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Mushroomhead frontman Jeffrey Nothing plans live stream

Mushroomhead have announced that frontman Jeffrey Nothing will be taking part in a live stream on 13th September at this location. There is no word whether this is regarding Mushroomhead or his new solo project but with a time still to be announced for the live stream it is likely more details will follow soon.

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Mushroomhead frontman to release solo album

Jeffrey Nothing, lead vocalist of Mushroomhead, has announced that he will release his debut solo album, ‘The New Psychodalia’, on 11th October via Suburban Noize Records.

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New Mushroomhead song streaming

‘Come On’, the first single to be released to radio from the upcoming Mushroomhead album ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children’ has been ripped from radio and put online for fans to listen to before the official stream is revealed. Listen to the song below.

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Mushroomhead release artwork and track listing

Mushroomhead have released the artwork and track listing for their seventh studio album ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children’ which will be released on 28th September. Both the artwork and track listing can be view below.

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Mushroomhead announce Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children

Mushroomhead had previously announced that their seventh studio album would be titled ‘Slaughterhouse Road’ but the band have now confirmed a new title of ‘Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children’ which will be released on 28th September with a tour to follow in support.

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Mushroomhead reveal new album title

Mushroomhead vocalist Jeffrey  Nothing (Hatrix) has revealed in an interview with ‘Iron City Rocks’ that the working title for the new album will be “Slaughterhouse Road”. The album has been promised to be the bands “most-violent and epic sounding to date!” The album is due for release late summer/early autumn.

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Mushroomhead release new video

Mushroomhead has released their brand new video for their song Your Soul Is Mine. The song, like the Memphis May Fire video earlier, was also featured on the Saw VI soundtrack and is likely to be featured on the bands untitled 2010 album.

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