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Latest Machinemade God News
Below is our complete Machinemade God news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
The eminent metal outfit ARMA GATHAS has posted the song "New Savior" on their MySpace page. The song comes off of their debut album, "Dead To This World," which will be released on April 23rd/26th in Europe and on April 27th in North America.
ARMA GATHAS is former CATARACT guitarist Simon Fülleman, ex-BORN FROM PAIN singer Ché Snelting, MACHINEMADE GOD and ex-CORNELIUS guitarist Marc Niedersberg, ex-DISLOYAL drummer and talented drum student Max van Winkelhof and Alex Härtel on bass. They recorded their debut album "Dead To This World" in November 2009 at the Barracs studios together with Sky Hoff as a producer, who worked with Caliban in the past. Mastering was done by the legendary Alan Douches at the West West Side Studio in New York together with Simon in early December.
German metal act MACHINEMADE GOD has issued the following update:
"For those who were wondering why we were playing with a stand-in bass player the last months: After his marriage, Sven figured that he had to focus more on his job and family life and that he couldn't spend enough time with and for the band.
"Within the last months our stand-in David Dattler did an outstanding job. He also turned out to fit perfectly in the band and became a really good friend for all of us. When Sven told us his decision, we knew that there could be only one person to join the band full-time. More...
German metal heroes, MACHINEMADE GOD, will play their first ever show in Turkey on Saturday, September 8th. They just uploaded a new song from their new album “Masked.” "Place Taken" can be heard at their MySpace page.
The band had this to say about their forthcoming album and studio sessions:
”Alright, we re back from the first studio session. And believe me when I say that we’re happy to be still alive. The trip to Denmark was worse than anything we have experienced in our life. We had it all, from traffic jams to shitty weather, from a broken down Van and uncharged cell-phones, running out of money, freezing and flooded studios...but we made it! So yeah, we re done with the instrumental part. And it sounds already heavy...can´t wait to here the final mix. But first we have to track the vocals, which should happen pretty soon. But yeah, we keep you updated about everything as usual. Anyways, we keep beeing busy with shows as well, so check out the show-section, cause we addded a couple new confirmed gigs. More is in the works and will be announced as soon as possible!”
”Our last studio session was successful and all drums, bass and guitars are tracked. This time we returned home save without any trouble, shitty weather or a broken van! We received the rough-mix of our songs yesterday and believe us, it sounds already damn heavy and we can’t wait for the final mix! But first, we have to record the vocals, and that’s exactly what we’re starting with today. More news about the recording progress and some details about the album when we are back home!” –Flo MMG
The upcoming MACHINEMADE GOD album will be unleashed end of June 2007.
German metal act MACHINEMADE GOD has parted ways with guitarist Holger Kiparski and has replaced him with Marc Niedersberg. "With this new and strong lineup we're hitting the road in February for a short headlining tour together with our friends in DEADSOIL and KORODED," the band writes in a statement. "Other dates for 2007, such as Summer Breeze festival are confirmed as well, and there is a lot more in the works. Besides that, we will be entering the studio again in March to record our second album, but more details about the record some other time. Those who can't wait for the new material should visit our upcoming shows, we might play new stuff."
MACHINEMADE GOD's last album, "The Infinity Complex", was released in February 2006 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was produced byJacob Bredahl of HATESPHERE and was mastered by Ziggy at ZigZound Studios.
First of all the cover artwork of their highly anticipated Metal Blade debut "The Infinity Complex" shows up as a blast of minimalist, but impressing visual art. This album, which was produced by Mr. Hatesphere Jacob Bredahl, will contain not less than 13 tracks.
The tracklisting for "The Infinity Complex" is as follows:
1. Teeth Vs. Curb
2. Losses to Lessons
3. Bleeding >From Within
4. Downpour of Emptiness
5. Friendster Is Sooo 2 Months Ago
6. Kiss Me Now Kill Me Later
7. Butterfly Coma
8. Your Own Fault featuring Jacob Bredahl (Hatesphere)
9. Forever Gone
10. Injected Smiles
11. Angel Wings
12. Fuck Your Dead Heart
13. Snow White
The final version of the song “Bleeding from Within” has been unleashed these days. You may check this metallic piece of hate at our presences at:
Metal Blade Records has announced the signing of the German metal act MACHINEMADE GOD.
MACHINEMADE GOD is a five-piece hailing from the Rhine/Ruhr area in Germany. Formed in early 2003, MACHINEMADE GOD have been able to showcase their energetic stage performance supporting numerous renowned national and international acts from both the metal and hardcore genres, including GOD FORBID, CALIBAN, HEAVEN SHALL BURN and AS I LAY DYING.
After releasing just one demo, MACHINEMADE GOD went to Denmark to record their much anticipated debut album, entitled "The Infinity Complex", in April/May 2005. For producer they chose no one less than Jacob Bredahl of HATESPHERE, knowing he was the right person to achieve the uncompromising sound they were aiming for. His mixing expertise, combined with the mastering skills of Ziggy at ZigZound Studios, made this effort one hell of a brutal metal record. More...