"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Mnemic Posts Word Association Track-By-Track Commentary For "Mnemesis"

"Mnemesis," the fifth studio album by Danish modern metallers Mnemic, is now available in North America and guitarist/songwriter Mircea Gabriel Eftemie’s mind is all over the place.

Bored with the standard fare of “track-by-track” commentaries, this crazy Dane decided to have a little fun and headed down to his friend ex-Hatesphere/Raunchy drummer Morten Toft Hansen’s house for some dinner and a game of word association. Eftemie read him the Mnemesis track names, recorded Morten’s responses, and then did a word association on his word association. The results are below.

Track 01, “Transcend”= Meditation = "StegtFlæsk med persille sovs." I have no idea what that’s called in English, but it’s a great Viking dish.

Track 02, “Valves” = Heart Surgery = Keep working out with metal music in your ears and stop eating junk food.

Track 03, “Junkies On The Storm” = Face-Eating Drug Addicts = Never judge.

Track 04, “I’ve Been You” = Peter Frampton’s “I’m In You” (Live) = Great haircut.

Track 05, “Pattern Platform” = The International Space Station = Mass data acquisition.

Track 06, “Mnemesis” = Public Enemy (the band) = Great band and the true representation of rap with political twists that blows every R&B artist out of the water.

Track 07, “There’s No Tomorrow” = Atomic Bombs = Too complicated and obsolete warfare; imagine what you can do with viruses these days.

Track 08, “Haven At The End Of The World” = Galileo Galilei = Pizza in the sky.

Track 09, “Ocean Of Void” = The Mariana Trench = Jules Vernes goldmine.

Track 10, “"Blue Desert In A Black Hole” = Stephen Hawking = He was portrayed in The Simpsons and has his cartoon toy-figure in his office.

North American Bonus Track, “A Matter Of Choice” = Regular Fries or Curly Fries? = Curly Fries of corpse!!!

“Junkies On The Storm” is also currently available for streaming at this location. Mnemic 2012 is Guillaume Bideau on vocals, Mircea Gabriel Eftemie on guitar, Victor-Ray Salomonsen on guitar, Simone Bertozzi on bass, and Brian Larsen on drums.

What's Next?

Please share this article if you found it interesting.

0 Comments on "Mnemic Posts Bizarre Track-By-Track Commentary"

Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)

To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.