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British prog group Maschine has announced the release of second studio album "Naturalis" for the 18th of November, 2016 via InsideOutMusic. The follow-up to debut "Rubidium," this is the first album to feature drummer James Stewart (Vader) & keyboardist/vocalist Marie-Eve de Gaultier.
Lead guitarist & vocalist Luke Machin had this to say: "I'm very proud of what we've done in the studio this time, we were very aware that the songs had to be the best we could do. After all, it does represent us at this point in time, and we were determined that everything about it should be the best that could be done."
The 6 tracks that make up the main album fit into a loose concept. Machin continues: "This is basically about natural events. It's something I've been thinking about and working on for some time. My interest really began with the Japanese tsunami in 2011. It had such a far reaching effect on so many people. Once I had the idea for the album fixed in my head, the whole thing just snowballed. But what I didn't want this to be was a record about natural disasters. That can be such a dark subject. What I wanted to emphasise was that there is light at the end of the tunnel. There is hope for mankind. And that's the vibe I wanted to come through." More...
Progressive act Maschine posted a performance playthrough video featuring the track "Eyes, Pt. I." The song appears on the band's latest album "Rubidium," which was issued this past July on InsideOut Records.
Luke Machin: Guitars/Voice
Daniel Mashal: Bass/Voice
Georgia Lewis: Keys/Voice
Elliott Fuller: Guitars
James Stewart: Drums
Checko ut "Eyes, Pt. I" here: