MNEMIC Tap FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY Man To Remix Album Cut
Danish "hybrid metal" act MNEMIC, featuring former INVOCATOR session drummer Brian Rasmussen and ex-MERCENARY guitarist Mircea G. Eftemie, have tapped legendary FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY man Rhys Fulber (FEAR FACTORY, PARADISE LOST) to remix their track "BloodStained" for inclusion on a special edition of their forthcoming debut album, "Mechanical Spin Phenomena", and on an exclusive club single.
As previously reported, MNEMIC recently shot a music video in Gothenburg, Sweden, for the track "Ghost", the first single off "Mechanical Spin Phenomena", due on July 28 through Nuclear Blast Records. Check out pictures from the shoot at this location.
The "Ghost" video was directed by Patric Ullaeus (ACE OF BASE, SCOOTER, FREAK KITCHEN, TRANSPORT LEAGUE) of Revolver Film (www.revolver.se), and is expected to surface by the end of July.
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