Mechanism | Inspired Horrific

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Inspired Horrific

by Mechanism

A relentless onslaught of technical Death Metal featuring drum god Gene Hoglan.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Machine
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2. Lobo
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3. Hall of the Gods
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4. Unsinger
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5. Awake
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6. Country Style
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7. Lord and Thief
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8. Siberia
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9. Pummel
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10. Hellmutt
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Album Notes
Mechanism is based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. With their unique breed of technical death metal Mechanism is sure to please fans of Meshuggah, Lamb of God and The Faceless alike. With awe inspiring performances from drum god, Gene Hoglan (Death, Dethklok, SYL), and vocal phenomenon Chris “The Heathen” Valagao (Zimmers Hole) their debut album “Inspired Horrific” features 10 tracks of pure sonic mayhem. Guitar riffs effortlessly manipulate odd time signatures while the symbiotic pulse of the bass and drums forge the frame for some of the most innovative sounds the genre has ever experienced. All the while, The Heathen narrates the horrifying story by weaving a torrid cesspool of vocal styles together. The title says it all.


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Bob Howard

this came out of nowhere i saw Gene Hoglan attached to this project and Chris "The Heathen Valagao from Zimmers Hole on vocals but this time it's a technical/progressive death metal project and what a project it is it blew me away