Mnemic – The Audio Injected Soul - CD-Digi

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"The Audio Injected Soul" (2004) is the second album by Danish metal band Mnemic, and the last album to feature original singer Michael Bøgballe. It has gone on to sell almost 35,000 copies in North America.

Phenomenal Thrash/Progressive/Nu Metal.
2014 re-release by Metal Mind Records
Golden Disc, limited to 2000 copies

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MASS CD 1505 DG

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Genre
Thrash metal
Genre
Progressive Metal
Genre
Nu Metal
Format
CD

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