MONSTER MAGNET Enter Studio To Record 'Radiation Day'

MONSTER MAGNET have entered a Los Angeles studio with producer Joe Barresi (LIMP BIZKIT, BUCKCHERRY, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, KYUSS) to begin recording their new album, tentatively titled "Radiation Day", due in Europe in early 2004 through SPV/Steamhammer Records. The CD, the group's first with bassist Jim Baglino (LORD STERLING) and drummer Micheal Wildwood (ex-CHROME LOCUST), will feature such cuts as "Master Of Light", "On the Verge", "Slut Machine Mach 2", "Ultimate Everything" and "Little Bag Of Gloom". MONSTER MAGNET will also be the subject of a "greatest hits" album, to be issued in Europe through their previous label Interscope Records (formerly A&M) later this year. The two-CD set will include b-sides, videos and a re-mix of "Spacelord".

Upcoming MONSTER MAGNET tour dates:

Aug. 28 – Wiessen, AUT @ Two Days A Week Festival
Aug. 30 – Piramasenes, GER @ Rock im Wald Festival
Aug. 31 – Weeze, GER @ Terremoto Festival

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