Posts Tagged ‘MNEMIC’


April 13th, 2011

Bassist Tomas “Obeast” Koefoed has decided to part ways with Danish/French future fusion metallers MNEMIC:

“It’s time for changes and towards fans of MNEMIC, I’m sad to announce that I have played my last shows with MNEMIC in Spain in March. Because of my forever continued dedication to music and metal, it has not been easy to make my decision to leave a great and innovative band like MNEMIC after 8 successful years with 4 releases. Personally, I don’t feel my ambitions are fulfilled in MNEMIC anymore and I wish my brothers and friends in the band and crew all the best for the future. It has been some amazing years in many ways and I’ve learned a lot about myself and the music business, about what to do and what not to do. We have moved fast and achieved a lot in a short time with our music and concepts, toured and become friends with some of the greatest bands in metal, but I feel my cooperation with the band has peaked. This is NOT the end for me in metal and hopefully soon I can announce myself in another ambitious project. I have good people working with me and I have now officially signed up and put myself available as live/touring and studio/session bassist, so see you out there, anywhere, everywhere. My very own new website will be announced soon, so stay tuned. Thanks to all my fans for your support over the years and in the future!  Horns!  – Beast.”

Commented the band: “Sadly and unfortunately, all things do come to an end. Compared to others, our line-up has been quite stabile for some time, but now it is time to part ways with our friend and brother and take a step into a new direction. It was awesome jamming with the Beast, as always, and our split is totally mutual as friends and compadres.  We wish him the best for his future endeavors and hope to see him on stage again!  To complete the group’s line up, we are as of now seeking a replacement.  If you are interested in taking over the bass duties, throw us an e-mail with your info (age, experience, gear, photo, etc.) at:  In the meantime, we have commenced composing the fifth album, to be released in a not-so-distant future. Thanks for your patience and looking forward to be seeing y’all out there!”

In 2010, Sons Of The System, MNEMIC’s fourth studio album, debuted at No. 64 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.  Sons Of The System was recorded at MNEMIC’s own studio and at the Antfarm facility in Aarhus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (Kataklysm, The Haunted, Behemoth, Halford) – who also worked on the MNEMIC’s 2003 release Mechanical Spin Phenomena and The Audio Injected Soul in 2004.

View the video for “Diesel Uterus” here.  View the “Making Of” video here.

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Danish Metal Awards at Amager Bio in Copenhagen Denmark 2007

November 27th, 2007

Danish Metal Awards 2007
Amager Bio
17/11  2007

Reviewed by: Anders Sandvall
Guest contributor: Ulrika Henriksson
Photos by: Anders Sandvall

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Meshuggah/God Forbid/The Haunted/Mnemic Live In Vancouver: October 24, 2005

November 10th, 2005

Meshuggah/God Forbid/The Haunted/Mnemic
Monday, October 24, 2005
Croatian Cultural Centre
Vancouver, BC  Canada


**Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland

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Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2005 – Helsinki Finland

August 28th, 2005

The Central Park Of Kaisaniemi ? Helsinki ? Finland
15th ? 17th of July 2005

Pics and reviews by team Finland

What happens in the middle of July in the central park of the summer city of Helsinki every year? Well, what a easy question, the annual Tuska Open Air Metal festival takes place every year at that time. It pulls in over 33.000 metal hearts of all ages and all kinds of persons to spend an unforgettable metallic feast in the heart of Helsinki. As it is said The Gods made heavy metal which has turned out be nothing but right in every aspect as the weather was extremely warm and hot during the whole weekend apart from a few darker clouds having gathered around the area when Dimmu Borgir stepped on the stage and in general the atmosphere was peaceful and bigger problems managed to be avoided, thanks to the common metal spirit of the Finnish die hard metal freaks.

The bill of 2005 didn?t offer any offer so-called any big selling names like Nightwish being one of the headlining acts at Tuska last year, but instead a variety of different metal genres were at present ranging from a hyper-blasting grindcore to a more melancholic Finnish mainstream rock. Having a large range of metal proves Tuska is not limited to one certain metal category as everyone had something to feel, taste and see during the three long days.

The Tuska Open Air festival has reached and gained a lot of positive attention amongst the metal people around the world. There were people having arrived from Russia, Estonia, Sweden, all around Europe and even from some Far East countries. Despite not having a big name, the metal festival was totally sold out and even a few hundred leftover tickets for Friday were sold after all.

As usual it has turned out to be an annual mandatory tradition for having an article of the Tuska festival in Metal-Rules.Com, therefore the Finnish Metal-Rules.Com pain squad spent the whole weekend testifying several acts in action and tried to feel the spirit of Heavy Metal and enjoy the pleasure of the flesh as well during the three insane long days in the beautiful central park of Kaisaniemi and in the heart of Helsinki with several friends as well as everlasting enemies. Enjoy?

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Mireca from Mnemic

October 7th, 2004

Mircea Gabriel Eftmie: 
Guitarist for the Danish band MNEMIC.

This is an interview with Mireca, guitarist in the Danish band Mnemic. Mnemic are a pretty new act that recently released their second album THE AUDIO INJECTED SOUL. I?ve asked them about (of course) their new album, and about themselves, but also about how the hard rock / metal scene in Denmark is doing.

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