Since its inception, this twisted brainchild has embraced all aspects of extreme music. Their eponymous 2016 album rode the wave of groovy and melodic deathcore, but much like that aged whiskey you stole from your pop’s liquor cabinet as a teenager, their sound has since matured.
In a time plagued by the monotony of trends, every band must rise to the challenge of originality by painstakingly honing their sound. The Machinist did it with death on the brain. The universal, if not eerie theme presents itself through Lovecraft-inspired album art and the conjuring of a dead language for the album title itself. Nothing is off limits in their writing process. The diverse background of each member builds a creative foundation to address a range of hard-hitting social issues with relevant-and often enraged-perspective. Lyrics about their arrant rejection of systematic racism, the hypocrisy of religious institutions, or reclaiming one’s life in the in the wake of sexual assault, all find a way to circle back to our inevitably fleeting mortality...In Death We Trust.
"No Peace" Official Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LB5qgIgkvko