MACHINIST | Machinist (Ep)

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Machinist (Ep)

by MACHINIST

Best described as Industrial Rocktronica. MACHINIST implements elements of hard rock, industrial, big beat electronica, drum n' bass, & noise-rock. Something like The Cure playing Girls Against Boys songs or Iggy Pop fronting The Faint.
Genre: Rock: Industrial Rock
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1. All Nights
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2. A Particular Sore
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3. Cold In Hot Cities
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4. City Of Night
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5. Skinsuit
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6. All Nights (Instrumental)
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7. A Particular Sore (Instrumental)
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8. City Of Night (Instrumental)
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9. City Of Night (Instrumental Guitarless Mix)
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10. Skinsuit (Instrumental)
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Sex.Drugs.Machines.

...repeat


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Chrome Devil

Refreshing Electro-Industrial Rock
Despite a few cliches, like the greatly unneeded drum intro to All Nights, I found this album highly addictive. Picking up where bands like Sister Machine Gun left off, and using all the best elements of bands like Chemlab, this highly filtered and often hard driving album is welcome in the Gothic/Industrial world (and related sub-genres) during this dreadfully stale period lacking originality and during a time when most artists seem to be imitating each other. The album is essentially 5 songs and "instrumental" versions of those songs. I even noticed this while reading the track list before buying the CD, and I thought,
"Instrumentals!? *phft* What they mean is 'leaving out the vocal tracks in an attempt to charge LP prices for an EP.'"
Sure, this is certainly true, but notice I still bought the CD nonetheless. It's that's good.
The use of Antiphony in All Nights is subtle but adds something to the track. The highly filtered guitar used throughout the album reminds you that you are listening to bands who certainly knows the genre. The hard drumming may not be anything you can dance to, but you could certainly stomp your feet to it. Good stuff.