MNHM – Melodic Noise/ Post Math – The Netherlands

MNHM

MNHM revisited the White Noise Studio for a second White Noise Session.
That’s a first!
The band, previously known as Mannheim, recorded their first session on november 3, 2013, 4 years ago. Time for a new visit!

MNHM released their second album “Of Empire’s Past” on Consouling Sounds in 2017, further expanding their sound and going for even more epicness. The White Noise Session they played captures their awesome sound.

Check out their 2013 session here:Mannheim 2013

MNHM Bandbio:

MNHM (previously ‘MANNHEIM’) give birth to ‘melodic noise’ from a higher and heavier dimension combining elements from post/math-rock, and doom. Following the release of their well-received debut album Super-Empowered in 2013, the quartet has toured all over Europe including shows at festivals like Roadburn, Dunk!, Incubate, AMFest and ArcTanGent. In 2016 the band traveled to Belfast to team up with producer Rocky O’Reilly (And So I Watch You From Afar, Baby In Vain and Slomatics) to work on their second album ‘Of Empires Past’ which has been released by Consouling Sounds in May 2017.

Guitar / Mark Bouwman
Saxophone / Otto Kokke
Bass / Henry Nagel
Drums / Roy van Wisse

 

Bandlinks:

http://mnhm.band/
https://www.facebook.com/mannheimband

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Live sessions from the White Noise Studio in Winterswijk, The Netherlands.
Home of the underground. Sort of. The sessions are live recorded performances in which bands bring their best! We love bands who are left of center, interesting, thought provoking, weird, awesome, mind blowing or just plain good.

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Home of the underground. The sessions are live recorded sessions in which bands bring their best! We love bands who are left of center, interesting, thought provoking, weird, awesome, mind blowing or just plain good.

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