Mushroomhead's New Album Comes Out on June 19

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The local metal band Mushroomhead has spent the last five years working on A Wonderful Life, the follow-up to its last studio effort, 2014’s The Righteous & the Butterfly

Earlier today, the group announced that it’ll finally release the disc, its eighth full-length, on June 19 via Napalm Records.



The album clocks in at 70-minutes, and includes four bonus tracks. The group’s drummer Skinny handled production, and veteran engineer Matt Wallace (Faith No More, 3 Doors Down) did the sound mix.

The first single, “Seen It All,” features new full-time vocalist Mr. Rauckhorst and a particularly spooky music video.



The album will be available in a variety of formats, and all first-edition vinyl pressings will include a cardboard punch out mask.

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