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MONSTER MAGNET Announce European Tour For May 2018





MONSTER MAGNET Announce European Tour For 2018



After letting the world know that the waiting for a new album finally comes to an end in Spring 2018, MONSTER MAGNET are ready to show once more that they are full blown pros in this carnival that is the music industry! Believe it or not, they already have confirmed a tour, visiting the biggest cities in Europe to promote the just announced album "MINDFUCKER"! No rest for the wicked!


On their last tour (and many tours before!), MONSTER MAGNET has proven, that they still kick out the jams (get the hint?), so don't miss out on this legendary band live in May 2018! They will surely play the MONSTER MAGNET classics you know by heart as well as some songs from the new album "MINDFUCKER", which will be "full-ahead Detroit-style, early 70s, MC5 and Stooges type of rock", according to mastermind Dave Wyndorf himself!


MONSTER MAGNET live on tour:

03.05.18 DE - Wiesbaden / Schlachthof
04.05.18 DE - Berlin / Desertfest Berlin
05.05.18 NL - Nijmeden / Doornroosje
06.05.18 UK - London / Desertfest London
08.05.18 DE - Cologne / Live Music Hall
09.05.18 DE - Saarbrucken / Garage
11.05.18 ES - Bilbao / Santana 27
12.05.18 ES - Madrid / Sala Riviera
14.05.18 CH - Pratteln / Z7
15.05.18 IT - Milan / Alcatraz Club
16.05.18 DE - Bochum / Zeche
18.05.18 DE - Nuremburg / Hirsch
19.05.18 NL - Groningen / Vera
21.05.18 DK - Copenhagen / Pumpehuset
22.05.18 SE - Stockholm / Debaser Strand
23.05.18 NO - Oslo / Blâ
24.05.18 SE - Malmö / Kulturbolaget (KB)
26.05.18 DE - Bremen / Schlachthof
28.05.18 BE - Leuven / Het Depot
29.05.18 BE - Ghent / Vooriut
31.05.18 UK - Manchester / Gorilla
01.06.18 UK - Glasgow / The Garage
02.06.18 UK - Belfast / Limelight
03.06.18 IR - Dublin / The Tivoli


Watch out for further news and new music from mastermind Dave Wyndorf and MONSTER MAGNET!


"MINDFUCKER" will be released on March 23, 2018 and can be pre-ordered right HERE






"MINDFUCKER" track listing:
1. Rocket Freak
2. Soul
3. Mindfucker
4. I'm God
5. Drowning
6. Ejection
7. Want Some
8. Brainwashed
9. All Day Midnight
10. When The Hammer Comes Down



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