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THE MANSTERS tackles finding your own place in the Norwegian entertainment hierarchy with new wild single “The Entertainer”

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Norwegian band THE MANSTERS, who draw inspiration from the punk and hardcore music of the 80s and early 90s, have already put out a demo, three EPs, and a full-length album since their inception in 2006. After seven years since their self-titled debut album, the five-member group from Tønsberg is finally back with a new album titled “The Lessons In Giving Up” to be released on June 2nd via Loyal Blood Records. Excitingly, we have the pleasure of sharing their new single “The Entertainer” with you today.

Recorded by Ruben Willem at Caliban Studio Storsjøen, “The Lessons In Giving Up” is a high-powered and raucous 8-track effort that sees The Mansters merging the raw aggression of punk with the pummelling fury of hardcore. It’s a tried and tested formula that falls somewhere between, Poison Idea, Rotting Out and The Good, The Bad and The Zugly and can create some serious havoc in the moshpit.

Comments the band: “Norway is a nation of entertainers. We all play in rock bands and everyone has their own podcast. This song is about seeking attention, acceptance and finding your own place in the Norwegian entertainment hierarchy.”

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