Ape Machine | This House Has Been Condemned

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This House Has Been Condemned

by Ape Machine

Blending equal parts Rock n’ Roll, Blues, Stoner Rock and Psychedelia, Ape Machine is out to melt faces and pound the apathy out of otherwise jaded listeners with a wall of heavy rock n’ roll tones unheard since the days of Led Zeppelin or Blue Cheer.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Under Your Skin
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2. Monte Malady
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3. Get A Little Dirty
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4. Cut You Down
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5. All Times
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6. Wear Me Out
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7. Dodging Bright Lights
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8. Never Go Home (blues in E Flat)
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Blending equal parts Rock n’ Roll, Blues, Stoner Rock and Psychedelia, Ape Machine is out to melt faces and pound the apathy out of otherwise jaded listeners with a wall of heavy rock n’ roll tones unheard since the days of Led Zeppelin or Blue Cheer. Featuring ex-members of Slow Dance's artist Evening Episode, Grey Day’s Minmae, and MCA’s Fenix TX this new collaboration set forth with a mission that includes intense melody, cutting riffs and a steady diet of improvisation that separates the men from the boys. Molten countenance, decibel therapy!


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Simon Feret

shriekingly amazing
Unlike many new bands these days, Ape Machine are on par with their "sound-like" influences. Horribly ferocious in spirit, this dramatically gentle musical force has stirred something dormant back to life. And I'm not talking about some classic genre, I'm talking about the dead rising.