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Melissa Auf der Maur to Release Second Solo Record in April 2010

Written by Daniel Clarke on March 2, 2010

Melissa Auf der Maur (MAdM) is set to unveil the first chapter of her multimedia solo project Out of Our Minds (OOOM) with a new album set for release on April 5th. Dynamic, multilayered and independently produced, OOOM is a 21st century concept project that includes a solo album, short film, comic book, live performances and gallery presentations. The Out of Our Minds album is the follow-up to MAdM’s acclaimed 2004 solo debut, Auf der Maur, and will be released in Australia by Roadrunner Records.

The OOOM album consists of 12 powerful tracks produced and mixed by top-flight creative collaborators. The album features a notable special duet with legendary Goth rocker Glenn Danzig on ‘Father’s Grave’. Other standout tracks are ‘Meet Me On The Dark Side’ and ’22 Below’, which highlights MAdM’s ability to fuse her bass rifts with captivating melodies.

An essential component of OOOM is the 28-minute, HD film starring and conceived by MAdM under the direction of Tony Stone (Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America). The film was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival, as well as at World Con’s 67th Annual Sci-Fi Convention, garnering widespread critical praise. Last October, the OOOM film was added as an installation piece and contemporary interpretation to an international showcase of pre-Raphaelite painter, J.W. Waterhouse’s work at the Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts.

The OOOM film will continue to do festival and gallery runs, and will be released as part of a deluxe box set exclusively at xmadmx.com. The limited edition OOOM Comic Book – 12 pages illustrated by Brooklyn artist Jack Forbes – and matching Picture Disc Vinyl are also currently available via xmadmx.com.

Check out the video for lead single and title track ‘Out of Our Minds’ below:

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