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  ME AND THAT MAN FEATURING BEHEMOTH'S NERGAL RELEASE NEW VIDEO - WATCH IT HERE
14th February 2017



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Me And That Man, the side project put together by Nergal of Behemoth and British/Polish musician John Porter, have today unveiled a new video for 'Ain't Much Loving', taken from their forthcoming debut album, 'Songs Of Love And Death'.

The collection will be releaseb by Cooking Vinyl on 24th March.

And here's the video for 'Ain't Much Loving'.



Me And That Man will play their first UK show at London's Jazz Cafe on Sunday 26th March. Tickets are on sale now right here.

'Songs of Love And Death' is a journey across bleak, dust-ravaged plains, soundtracked by low-slung guitars and steeped in the rawest essence of rock and blues. The tracks draw on dark narratives familiar to fans of Nick Cave, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen and crackle with an evocative, sinister aesthetic. Admirers of everything from Johnny Cash's American Recordings through to the grim, frontier polemic of Wovenhand will be drawn in by these songs.

Check out more from the album with the video for lead single, 'My Church Is Black'.



'Songs Of Love And Death' features sleeve artwork by Daniel P Carter and is available for pre-order in several formats now right here.

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MONSTERS OF ROCK IN FULL FLIGHT SURE TO BECOME FUTURE COLLECTOR'S ITEM

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Monsters Of Rock In Full Flight is strictly limited to 300 worldwide and is available from 30th November but those ordering before 31st October will have their name published within a dedicated page in the book.

It's a deluxe 128 page hardback book in a metal flight case with a narrative by Jerry Bloom.

When promoter Paul Loasby put on the first Monsters Of Rock Festival in 1980 he could probably never have imagined it would become an annual event that would endure for so many years.

Featuring bands from the UK, Germany, Canada and USA, Loasby chose to stage the event at the Donington race circuit in the middle of England and it would prove to be a defining moment for many of the bands on the bill.

Not least for headliners Rainbow as it was the their last ever show to feature drum legend Cozy Powell. As it would happen it turned out to be the last for vocalist Graham Bonnet as well. For many of the other bands on the bill such as Scorpions, Judas Priest and Saxon, they were all on the ascendancy and would soon go on to even greater success.

Now in celebration of this first ever Monsters Of Rock Festival comes this hardback book full of glorious photos of the bands that took to the stage for that inaugural event including back stage shots. Most of these shots have not been published before which add to the uniqueness of this deluxe 128-page book which is packaged in its own flight case.

Also included are stories surrounding the event with tales and recollections from those who were there, including artists and fans alike. Each book will be signed by the author. The 300 will sell fast and definitely go on to become collector's items so order yours now right here to avoid disappointment.












 


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