Manntis Completes U.S. Tour, Album Now Available
The explosive Southern California quintet Manntis recently completed a nationwide U.S. tour with Otep in support of Sleep In Your Grave, their critically acclaimed debut album. The group’s new offering, produced by Cameron Webb (Danzig, Motorhead, Social Distortion), is now available and goes straight for the jugular with its scorching guitar work and pummeling rhythmic assault. Their staggering blend of hardcore and metal is delivered with authority and conviction, proving to the genre’s elite that they will soon be a force to be reckoned with.
Jake Sirokman (vocals) checks in with his thoughts on the release of their debut album:
I just wanted to say we are stoked about our debut album, "Sleep In Your Grave," finally being available to the masses. We would like to thank Century Media for all that they have done for us; we are very excited to be with such a great label. We look forward to a long and hard year of touring our asses off, and we will not let anyone down. Also, look for our new video for “Axe of Redemption” to make its debut on Metal Asylum and Headbangers Ball in late July. Well, that's about it, see you all on the road and make sure to pick up the new album.
Manntis initially gained worldwide exposure via the hit MTV show “Battle For Ozzfest” and the recent “Battle For Ozzfest” U.S. tour. Their influences come from a diverse number of bands, ranging from Meshuggah and Pantera to Killswitch Engage and Zao, to name just a few, and their dynamic sound reflects the combination of these influences. Make no mistake, this is a band that is not content with being television personalities, as their only goal in life is to deliver the music they love to a willing audience. In the process, their determination and talent will quickly help them develop a devoted legion of rabid fans.
Source: Century Media Records
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