New Mnemic song
2012-05-03 by Kaneda Goda | 23 Comments
Danish/French metal band Mnemic have posted new song 'I've been you' which is lifted from their forthcoming album 'Mnemesis' due out June 8th via Nuclear Blast (Europe).
http://soundcloud.com/nuclearblastrecords/mnemic-ive-been-you

http://youtu.be/R7zIxILuxjU
Tagged: Mnemic

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KSK1
May 3rd 2012
4094 Comments


Album title is lol.

macadoolahicky
May 3rd 2012
1835 Comments


Link isn't working, but whatever. Their last album only have a few decent songs on it.

Edit: This is definitely better than a lot of stuff on Sons of the System

YUJOS
May 3rd 2012
951 Comments


Song is really good!

Imperial
May 3rd 2012
1738 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7zIxILuxjU

Imperial
May 3rd 2012
1738 Comments


Decent album art, good song...horrible album title. Why not just name it third eye techno-baby?

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
May 3rd 2012
8387 Comments


It's not bad per se, just really dull like everything else these guys have ever done.

Imperial
May 3rd 2012
1738 Comments


Yeah it just lacks something. I still find this song pretty catchy compared to their other work though.

FrozenVain
May 3rd 2012
2472 Comments


Mnemic f**king rocks! I really dig this one.

henryChinaski
May 3rd 2012
2836 Comments


First 60 seconds are dope.

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JeetJeet
May 3rd 2012
775 Comments


This was very underwhelming and bland. I'm a huge fan of their first 3 albums, but ever since Sons of the System these guys have been losing their edge.

Scoot
May 3rd 2012
17887 Comments


"underwhelming and bland"

that's what mnemic translates to in danish

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JeetJeet
May 3rd 2012
775 Comments


hah. well this song was just very disappointing....kinda like prom night for me

zaruyache
May 3rd 2012
7254 Comments


d-d-d-djeeeeent.

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KjSwantko
May 3rd 2012
9446 Comments


Mechanical Spin Phenomena and Audio Injected Soul were actually quite good for like gym music....since then they've just sucked ass and this track is no different.

trilogique21
May 3rd 2012
427 Comments


god those drums sound like shit

cagedescending
May 3rd 2012
4124 Comments


i still love Deathbox

everything else can die in a fire

linchpin313
May 3rd 2012
813 Comments


Sounds like early Mnemic to me...

SpaceWhale
May 3rd 2012
156 Comments


Haven't heard their other stuff but I dig this

MadMikeLove
May 3rd 2012
654 Comments


there were a few tracks of audio injected soul i liked like "deathbox" or even "door 2.12", but mostly as guilty pleasure. This band is just boring. Song is so unbelievably average. it's killing me.

jimmykidd
May 3rd 2012
534 Comments


not too bad really.

Sauce
May 4th 2012
717 Comments


nasty riffs

iamSeraph
May 4th 2012
870 Comments


crappy one.

LoneWanderer
May 5th 2012
180 Comments


"Mnemesis"?..srsly?



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