MONSTER MAGNET: Asbury Park Show Cancelled
MONSTER MAGNET's previously announced March 1, 2006 warm-up show for their upcoming European tour at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey has been cancelled "due to unforeseen circumstances." No further information is available at this time.
As previously reported, MONSTER MAGNET officially entered the recording phase for the follow-up to 2004's "Monolithic Baby", tentatively due this summer via SPV. The CD is being produced by friend and veteran MAGNET producer/mixer Matt Hyde ("Powertrip" and "God Says No") at Sound City and Paramount recording studios in Los Angeles. Also planned for release are reissues of the band's classic albums "Tab" and "Spine of God", featuring new artwork and liner notes, as well as bonus tracks, as part of SPV's SuPerValue reissue series. A DVD is also in the planning for late 2006.
To see a list of upcoming MONSTER MAGNET tour dates, visit MonsterMagnet.net.
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