sábado, agosto 24, 2013

MASCHINE give fans a taste of full album with special teaser trailer

With the release of their debut album 'Rubidium' coming on the 29th of July in Europe and 20th of August in the U.S., the hotly-tipped young UK progband Maschine are pleased to reveal a special teaser trailer featuring snippets of music from each of the  albums tracks. Luke Machin had this to say about the albums impending release: 

"I am happy to be sharing 
a full taster of the album because it's a great way for people to hear the record as a whole. The album is very diverse as well as having its own unique sound that I know we are striving more
and more towards each time I compose. If you're a rocker, metal head, jazz man or classical listener then this
this record will have something for your musical urges."

You can check out the trailer here: http://youtu.be/VNtPi3KcC-s

The band also recently released the first track from the album, entitled 'The Fallen', which you can listen to and download on the links below.

You can check out the track here: http://youtu.be/Fql_YC3qaXI

Download the track for FREE here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/specials/maschine

The album will be available as a limited edition digipak CD with two bonus tracks, and digital download and pre-orders can be found at the InsideOut Shop here:  http://www.insideoutshop.de/Item/Maschine_-_Rubidium_-Special_Edition-/15895

Formed in 2008 by guitarist/vocalist Luke Machin at the Brighton Institute Of Modern Music, UK-based prog rockers Maschine are the new young stars on the InsideOut roster. "Young" in this case doesn't mean inexperienced or amateurish, however, as Machin and bassist Daniel Mash logged in a solid three years as members of The Tangent while preparing to go off on their own with their own brand of music. Now with a fantastic five-piece line-up, the band is ready to make their mark in the progressive

Band Line-Up: 
Luke Machin - guitar/vocals 
Elliot Fuller - guitar 
Dan Mash - bass 
James Stewart - drums 
Georgia Lewis - keyboards/vocals

MASCHINE online: 

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