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Mondo Generator Sign to Suburban Noize Records

Nick Oliveri and the MONDO GENERATOR have signed with Suburban Noize Records for the release of the forthcoming new album, Dead Planet: SONICSLOWMOTIONTRAILS.

“I’m really excited about signing with Suburban Noize. They have a cool street credibility and they are the real deal,” says Oliveri. “Everyone I’ve talked to at Sub Noize is on top of what they’re trying to do. Mondo Generator couldn’t ask for a better home.”

MONDO GENERATOR’s new album will land in stores on July 17, 2007, just days after Oliveri and the band kick off their summer long stint on Ozzfest 2007 tour.

“I can’t wait to sweat and bleed with the Ozzfest crowds! I did the main stage with Queens of the Stone Age in 2000. I remember thinking the 2nd stage was much more intimate,” remembers Oliveri. “General admission, no seats, mosh pits, beer, girls, sun and Mondo Generator will be bringing some loud, fast, heavy, sludge to compliment. Let’s get it on!”

Recorded by producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver, System Of A Down) at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606, Dead Planet:SONICSLOWMOTIONTRAILS picks up exactly where the group left off; creating thunderous, raw rock ‘n’ roll. The album rages unbridled raw punk-rock intensity on “All Systems Go,” hits hard with the high energy rock of “I Never Sleep” and flows into the somber soul bearing acoustics of “Take Me Away”. Dead Planet: SONICSLOWMOTIONTRAILS is fearless and takes listeners on a sonic journey that steamrolls through musical boundaries.

Source: sIN's Metal News

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