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Kaiser and the Machines of Creation

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Kaiser and the Machines of Creation - KMC3
Originally founded in 2002 with an entirely different group of backing musicians, Kaiser and the Machines of Creation have gone through trials and tribulations to get to here, a new beginning...
After two line up changes, the second of which recorded the bulk of the album, 'Intraspection' in 2008, (the first line up recording 'Possession' among a host of demo's to be included on 'Intraspection'), Paul Kaiser recorded the purely instrumental album, 'Universal Mind' in 2011.
He followed this shortly after with the tribute album - 'The Ronnie James Dio Tribute Album by Paul Kaiser and Friends'.
This incorporated a bevy of Australian hard rock vocalists, recorded by Paul in his personal studio.
Around 2011, Paul met bassist, Steve Anderson and have since that time, worked towards the look and presentation that would become this 3rd incarnation.
Paul, a solo writer, had already begun prepping for the current release, 'Flowers and Lies' but it was 2017 before he had wrapped up the writing, and had felt satisfied with the new material and it's subject matter.
The line-up, featuring Simon Timoshanko on drums and Matt Redmond on keys, was put in place and began rehearsing for the studio.
In 2019 the consummate work, 'Flowers and Lies' has been produced.
Recording commenced in Adelaide over Nov/ Dec 2018 to it's completion in Jan/ Feb 2019 at Ghost Note Studios, South Australia.
The album was mastered @ Studio 301, Sydney, Australia.

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