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Death Machine  


Death Machine is the sister band of Zero Hour, the two bands sharing the core of brothers Jasun and Troy Tipton (guitar and bass, respectively) and drummer Mike Guy. Unlike a lot of side/secondary bands that sound exactly like the more well-known group, Death Machine isn't really about progressive metal at all, though there is considerable musicianship on display. Rather, the style here is a darker, far heavier style, with plenty of crunchy, staccato riffs along the lines of a Fear Factory. A few interesting electronic effects give a slight industrial flavor, heightening the Fear Factory comparison, though these guys are bit more technically minded and the Zero Hour progressive roots do show at times, differentiating them from others in this field. Vocalist Kirk has a harsh roar, yet never seems to quite lapse into monotonous metalcore shouting or untelligible death metal growls, even though his style has a bit of both. Death Machine is an impressive album, very heavy yet not without subtlety and style. Apparently both Death Machine and Zero Hour are ongoing bands.

Current Members

Kirk

vocals

Thrak (Jasun Tipton)

guitars (Cynthesis, Zero Hour)

Devin (Troy Tipton)

bass (Cynthesis, Zero Hour)

Elias

electronics

Mike Guy

drums (Zero Hour)


Discography



Death Machine 
2003 Sensory
  1. Loss for Words
  2. Separate
  3. Tangled Root
  4. Last Breath
  5. Mere Reflection
  6. Schmeg
  7. Inflicting
  8. Believing
  9. Genocide
  10. Cycle of Conscience
  11. Dead
  • Kirk
  • Thrak
  • Devin
  • Elias
  • Mike Guy

Reviews:   Sea Of Tranquility  Lords Of Metal 

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