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Man Must Die Launches Crowd Funding Campaign For New Album

Man Must Die has checked in with the following announcement about starting a crowd funding campaign to record a new album:

"Be a huge part of the next Man Must Die CD, Lets make this album together. It's been a couple of years since we released the No Tolerance For Imperfection album, which received some really amazing feedback and on the back of it we have gained so many amazing and loyal fans, we salute you.

"Here we are now as a band with a new album written which is sounding killer but in this day and age of recession and downloading, its getting harder and harder to get a label on board, which makes it so difficult for bands to release new material. We have exhausted all avenues of funding to no avail but are as committed as ever to bring this album to our fans.

"So, here we are, we really need your help, we have set up this pledge account to invite you to be a part of Man Must Die`s history and future. We have created a list of exclusives and packages in the right hand column you can buy and make it a pledge. With every pledge, you help to make this happen.

"As soon as we have reached 100% we get to release the new MMD album. If we don´t reach the target, you don´t get charged anything but you also won’t receive any items either. That sounds pretty fair. So lets make this record together. Also, if and when we pass 100% of our goal we will be donating 10% to the RSPCA charity.

"One thing, if you choose to pay with PayPal and we don’t succeed you get your money back when the project is finished.

"Don’t forget to share! Share the project through Facebook or Twitter. Whatever way you want to help us spreading the information and raise the possibility of a new Man Must Die album. Thanks to all of you!"

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