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Gizmachi

Brutal and beautiful are two words that accurately describe the potent music of Gizmachi. Simultaneously, it is and is not heavy metal, and therein lies the tantalizing challenge for listeners. Gizmachi's unclassifiable music is what each individual listener wants it to be.

The upstate New York quintet's debut album 'The Imbuing' is forthcoming on Big Orange Clown Records, a Sanctuary Records imprint, through the Mayan Records label. Gizmachi is the flagship artist on Big Orange Clown and 'The Imbuing' is the label's first release.

Lead vocalist Sean Kane, guitari ...read more

Brutal and beautiful are two words that accurately describe the potent music of Gizmachi. Simultaneously, it is and is not heavy metal, and therein lies the tantalizing challenge for listeners. Gizmachi's unclassifiable music is what each individual listener wants it to be.

The upstate New York quintet's debut album 'The Imbuing' is forthcoming on Big Orange Clown Records, a Sanctuary Records imprint, through the Mayan Records label. Gizmachi is the flagship artist on Big Orange Clown and 'The Imbuing' is the label's first release.

Lead vocalist Sean Kane, guitarist Jay Hannon, guitarist/backing vocalist Mike Laurino, bass guitarist Kris Gilmore and drummer Jimmie Hatcher recorded 'The Imbuing' with mentor and Big Orange Clown chief M. Shawn Crahan as producer. Crahan is better known as Clown, or #6, in Slipknot. 'The Imbuing' is Crahan's first production project. Sorry to quote this, but, I thought I would give something that would actually tell people about them. « hide


The Imbuing
2005

3.8
23 Votes

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