The Audio Injected Soul

The Audio Injected Soul is the second album by Danish industrial metal band Mnemic, and it’s the last album to feature original singer, Michael Bøgballe. It has gone on to sell almost 35,000 copies in North America.[citation needed]

The Audio Injected Soul
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 5, 2004 (2004-10-05)
RecordedMay 2004 - June 2004
GenreIndustrial metal, groove metal, nu metal
Length45:26
LabelNuclear Blast
ProducerTue Madsen
Mnemic chronology
Mechanical Spin Phenomena
(2003)
The Audio Injected Soul
(2004)
Passenger
(2007)
Singles from The Audio Injected Soul
  1. "Deathbox"
    Released: August 25, 2004
  2. "Door 2.12"
    Released: November 18, 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[1]

This is the last album to feature former singer Michael Bøgballe who left the band exactly one year after the release of the album.[citation needed]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleLength
1."The Audio Injection"0:43
2."Dreamstate Emergency"5:18
3."Door 2.12"4:22
4."Illuminate"5:03
5."Deathbox"4:31
6."Sane Vs. Normal"2:46
7."Jack Vegas"3:24
8."Mindsaver"4:12
9."Overdose in the Hall of Fame"5:16
10."The Silver Drop"4:52
11."Wild Boys" (Duran Duran cover)4:59

Note: The German edition of the album doesn't include the introduction (The Audio Injection) and the track Deathbox doesn't include the AM3D technology.

AM3DEdit

The tracks "The Audio Injection" and "Deathbox" are the only two tracks from the album to include the AM3D technology, developed by Mnemic themselves. At the back and in the inlay of "The Audio Injected Soul" album it's written: "The AM3D positional headphone technology presents a way of improving the sound experience. Using binaural techniques, the sound is processed to localize a single sound to a specific location in three-dimensional space around the listener."[2]

CreditsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. The Audio Injected Soul at AllMusic
  2. ^ Adrien Begrand (6 January 2005). "Mnemic: The Audio Injected Soul". Pop Matters. Retrieved 15 August 2019.