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U.K. progressive metal act One Machine, featuring ex-Testament guitarist Steve Smyth and ex-Mercenary vocalist Mikkel Sandager, posted a webisode on the making of the debut album "The Distortion of Lies and the Overdriven Truth." The album drops today via Scarlet Records.
Check out the clip here:
One Machine, featuring guitarist Steve Smyth (ex-Forbidden/ex-Testament/ex-Dragonlord) and ex-Mercenary vocalist Mikkel Sandager, is streaming the track "One Machine" from the upcoming debut release "The Distortion Of Lies And The Overdriven Truth." The album is set to drop on February 17th via Scarlet Records.
Check out "One Machine" here:
The brainchild of guitarist/songwriter Steve Smyth (Nevermore, Forbidden, Dragonlord, Vicious Rumors), One Machine, is alive and kicking. One Machine boasts classic and modern influences, featuring a collection of international members carefully selected by Smyth: Mikkel Sandager (Mercenary) on vocals, Jamie Hunt (Biomechanical) sharing guitar duties, rounded out by a powerhouse rhythm section with Tomas “O’Beast” Koefoed (Mnemic) on bass guitar and Raphael Saini (Chaoswave) on drums.
One Machine just finished the recording process on a debut album, which is currently in the mixing stages. The band has already been offered European festival dates and expects to make a live debut this summer. Fans can check out a clip of the track "One Machine" right now through the player below.
Smyth had often given thought to leading his own band throughout his distinguished career as a member of bands including Testament, Nevermore, and Forbidden, amongst others. Smyth had written a number of songs, but the challenge of finding the right members to bring them to life remained.
He found a more than capable shredding second guitarist in Jamie Hunt, and the two began collaborating on the material Smyth had. “Jamie’s playing complements mine extremely well, and we hit it off perfectly when we got together to work on the songs,” says Smyth. More...