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Mnemic Post Video For 'Diesel Uterus' Online
May 10, 2010
The video for "Diesel Uterus," a track off the new album 'Sons Of The System' by Danish modern metallers Mnemic, is now available for viewing on the Nuclear Blast YouTube channel or you can just check it out below. It was shot by renowned Swedish director Patric Ullaeus for Revolver Film Company.

States Mnemic mainman & songwriter Mircea Gabriel Eftemie: "We brought our robots to Sweden, and Patric produced - again - a video that goes beyond any expectation! We are definitely and extremely happy with the outcome, and we hope that you will enjoy our ugly mugs as much as we did when we first saw the video."

Mnemic drummer Brian Rasmussen adds: "Nice to see we are having fun instead of looking serious and evil all the time. Cool video!!"

View the "Making Of" video here.

'Sons Of The System', Mnemic's fourth studio album, debuted at No. 64 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200. 'Sons Of The System' was recorded at Mnemic's own studio and at the Antfarm facility in Aarhus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (Kataklysm, The Haunted, Behemoth, Halford) - who also worked on the Mnemic's 2003 release 'Mechanical Spin Phenomena' and 'The Audio Injected Soul' in 2004.

Visit Mnemic online at www.mnemic.com, www.myspace.com/mnemic, and www.sonsofthesystem.com.
 
 
 
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Mnemic's 'Making Of Diesel Uterus' Video Now Online
April 28, 2010
Danish modern metallers Mnemic recently teamed up with renowned Swedish director/producer Patric Ullaeus of the Revolver Film Company (Dimmu Borgir, Lacuna Coil, In Flames) to film a video for "Diesel Uterus," a track off their latest album 'Sons Of The System'.

Commented guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie: "It's been super-fun doing this video, and actually it came out to be one of the best Mnemic videos, in my humble opinion." Behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot can be viewed here.

'Sons Of The System'
, Mnemic's fourth studio album, debuted at No. 64 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200. 'Sons Of The System' was recorded at Mnemic's own studio and at the Antfarm facility in Aarhus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (Kataklysm, The Haunted, Behemoth, Halford) - who also worked on the Mnemic's 2003 release 'Mechanical Spin Phenomena' and 'The Audio Injected Soul' in 2004.

Visit Mnemic online at www.mnemic.com, www.myspace.com/mnemic, and www.sonsofthesystem.com.
 
 
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Mnemic Announce Tour Dates In China
March 27, 2010
For the first time in their career, Danish modern metallers Mnemic will be heading to The Great East for three exclusive shows. Dates are as follows:

May 2, 2010 - MIDI Festival - Beijing, China
May 3, 2010 - Hebei Festival - Beijing, China
May 4, 2010 - Yugongyishan - Beijing, China

Commented the band: "Once again we have the opportunity to go to places we have never dreamt of. We are extremely lucky to once again visit Asia, experience a different culture, and spread some Mnemic tunes. We are very much looking forward to be landing on the Pacific Rim to have a great time with all of you attending the shows! C-ya on the other side!"

Visit Mnemic online at www.mnemic.com, www.myspace.com/mnemic, and www.sonsofthesystem.com.
 
 
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Mnemic To Shoot Video For 'Diesel Uterus'
February 23, 2010
Danish modern metallers Mnemic will be teaming up with video producer Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company (Dimmu Borgir, Arch Enemy, Enslaved) to shoot "Diesel Uterus," a track off the band's latest album, Sons Of The System. States guitarist / songwriter Mircea Gabriel Eftemie:

"Once again we will be working with our long-time friend and film director Patric Ullaeus. He has been there for us, each and every time, and it's been almost 3 years since we have worked together. This time around we are bringing the robots, and all the stage props in order to make a cool and crazy video. I can't say how excited we are to be hanging out with Patric again - he is a creative force, that has stood behind Mnemic for a long time, and together we will make an ass-kicking video!"

Regarding the song's lyrics, Eftemie has previously stated:
"[It's] about the way technology has changed our way of living. Everybody is dependent on digital devices, mobile phones, computers and especially the internet. If we have Google Earth, what does the military have? Are we safe at all? And is abundance of information a good thing? Definitely good, if you know how to avoid the bad things. The main point is that we should adapt to technology in a correct and balanced way. In reality, we do waste a lot of time. An aspect of the internet is that we end up watching the world most of the day through a screen. It is definitely a heavy topic that requires debate and a heavy song!"

Sons Of The System debuted at #64 on the Billboard Heatseekers (Top New Artist Albums) chart the week following its release. Their fourth studio release, it was recorded at Mnemic's own studio and at the Antfarm facility in Aarhus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (Halford, Kataklysm, Behemoth) who also worked with Mnemic on 2003's Mechanical Spin Phenomena and 2004's The Audio Injected Soul.

Phil Demmel, guitarist for Machine Head, has the following praise for the Sons Of The System: "Powerful, pounding and pummeling with a melodic touch. Great record!"

The Mnemic iPhone application is available for download for Mac/iPhone users here.

Visit Mnemic online at www.mnemic.com, www.myspace.com/mnemic, and www.sonsofthesystem.com.
 
 
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New Mnemic Album Now Available For Streaming Online
January 10, 2010
Danish modern metallers Mnemic have made their new album, 'Sons Of The System', available for streaming in its entirety on their Myspace page. 'Sons Of The System' will be available in North America on January 26th.

"I go through these real technical phases and I listen to bands like Meshuggah and Mnemic," states Metallica's bassist Rob Trujillo, who has been very vocal about his admiration for the band. "It's stuff that's a bit complex and takes a lot of patience."

Phil Demmel, guitarist for Machine Head, has the following praise for the new Mnemic: "Powerful, pounding and pummeling with a melodic touch. Great record!"

The Mnemic iPhone application is available for download for Mac/iPhone users here.

Visit Mnemic online at www.mnemic.com & www.myspace.com/mnemic.
 
 
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