METALSUCKS.NET TO PREMIERE NEW MUDVAYNE SINGLE HEARD IT ALL BEFORE FRIDAY 10/30/09 AT 1:00 PM EST

METALSUCKS.NET TO PREMIERE NEW MUDVAYNE SINGLE HEARD IT ALL BEFORE FRIDAY 10/30/09 AT 1:00 PM EST

SELF-TITLED ALBUM IN STORES DECEMBER 22, 2009


MUDVAYNE has teamed up with the dudes at METALSUCKS.NET to give the fans a taste of their new self-titled album. Starting today at 1:00 PM EST , METALSUCKS.NET will be hosting an exclusive stream of the new MUDVAYNE track “Heard It All Before”. This is the only place you can hear the song until the album comes out in December, so make sure to head over to METALSUCKS.NET and check out “Heard It All Before” .

MUDVAYNE are back with a self-titled release that will hit stores on December 22, 2009 and leave fans blown away by its eclectic complexity and brutality. MUDVAYNE’S last record “The New Game”, produced two hit singles; the #1 ‘Do What You Do’ and ‘Scarlet Letters’ are continuing to receive massive radio airplay and video rotation on MTV2 and Fuse. One could say that this new album is the hardest, but yet most melodic record MUDVAYNE has ever created.

Alongside the blistering new tunes. MUDVAYNE have outdone themselves once again with the mind-blowing packaging for the new album. The new album is revolutionizing album artwork design, as this is the first album to ever use black light reactive ink. Every bit of art and text in the packaging of the record will be printed on ink that can only be seen with a black light. Fans receiving this record as a gift during the holiday season, could truly have a “White Christmas” courtesy of MUDVAYNE .



The album will be available in three formats. Those include, the standard jewel case edition, a deluxe edition that comes with a black light, and the super deluxe edition that includes a larger black light, a special edition black light reactive poster, and more.


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