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Monster Magnet’s New Song Is A Proto-Punk Banger

Step forward and backwards in time with Dave Wyndorf and the boys.

Hey folks! Here’s a missive from the mighty Monster Magnets Dave Wyndorf:

Ladies and gentlemen, I humbly present for your consideration the title track from our new album: Mindfucker. We got the rock if you want it! I hope you can dig it.”

Enjoy:

Monster Magnet will be on tour in Europe this May and June, a complete list of dates can be found below. The band is currently planning a full North American tour as well.

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 

Posted on January 26th 2018, 3:00p.m.
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