MUTANK Checks In From Wacken Open Air Day 1 & 2 Recap On Metal Made In Canada
Wacken Metal Battle Canada champions MUTANK has checked in from the road on Metal Made In Canada with a recap of day 1 and 2 at Wacken Open Air where they performed earlier this week on the WET Stage for the international Wacken Metal Battle.
Blog links (english and french):
English version http://blog.metalmadeincanada.ca/en/2014/08/02/mutank-checks-in-from-the-wacken-open-air-day-1-2-recap/#.U9zW1Pl5OSo
French version http://blog.metalmadeincanada.ca/2014/08/02/des-nouvelles-de-mutank-en-direct-de-wacken-resume-jours-1-et-2/#.U9zWk_l5OSo
In additional news, the Montreal, QC based thrashers recently celebrated their Mu-Year (one year anniversary) and released a new jam video, which includes a new track called ‘Channel Change’ that can be heard at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wymsnph-ikY
Their debut ‘M.E.C.H. Metal’ was released in early 2014 and is available as a pay what you want download on bandcamp http://mutankthrash.bandcamp.com/ plus audio cassette.
Music Video – The Heavy Hand of The Doomsday Clock’ – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNjbkeCtUjs
Upcoming Show Dates:
Aug 22 – Trailer Thrash Fest – Saint-Pie, QC w/ Reanimator, Eternal Judgment, Death Lullaby, Venomenon, Dissension and more!
For more info on Mutank, please visit the following links:
Album Stream – http://mutankthrash.bandcamp.com/album/m-e-c-h-metal
Track Listing: M.E.C.H. Metal
1. M.E.C.H Metal (2:04)
2. MUTANK (4:03)
3. Minions (3:49)
4. W.A.R. (1:57)
5. Heavy Hand of The Doomsday Clock (3:38)
6. No Spoils, No Mercy (2:48)
7. Corporate Child (2:35)
8. Thrashback In Time (4:02)
Total Time: 25:00
Formed when three Newfoundlanders crossed paths in the Canadian heavy metal capital with Ahmed Saad who hails from the Middle East, the injection of music immediately began to flow through their veins and M.E.C.H. metal was soon born.
“It stands for Middle East Coast Heavy Metal; Our drummer being from the Middle East and the rest of the members being from the east coast of Canada,” explains Stephen Reynolds (bass, vocals). ‘Every single person in this band is a songwriter, so the songs come out with their own feel and develop naturally.’ continues Reynolds. ‘We don’t shackle ourselves to any kind of focused idea, which brings about a sort of honesty in the music not often found in metal.’