The Haarp Machine release song
2012-09-12 by XplaugeX | 34 Comments

After signing with Sumerian Records, many delays, and several lineup changes, Metal act The Haarp Machine have finally released a track from their debut album. 'Pleiadian Keys' is the first track released from the album 'Disclosure' which has been given an October 16th release date.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKnnlJ86P78

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NonApplicable
September 14th 2012

1927 Comments


I have never heard of this band and I was surprised by how good the song was. Definitely a band to watch.

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ILJ
September 14th 2012

6615 Comments


I've been waiting on them to do something for quite a while.

Release should be pretty good, not gonna get my expectations too high though.

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Durrzo
September 14th 2012

1074 Comments


I've been waiting forever for them to finally get their shit together and release an album. Finally almost here, and this track kicks quite a bit of ass. I'm excited.

TheFantasticDangler
September 14th 2012

1149 Comments


Song was alright, really all over the place.

TBliss2
September 14th 2012

504 Comments


The studio vids got me pretty excited for this, song was a little underwhelming though.

J0ckstrapsFTW
September 14th 2012

3652 Comments


I really enjoyed it

bloc
September 14th 2012

34669 Comments


Yeah this sounds wicked. About time they release something.

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ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


Finally a song!

Now let's see how it is

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ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


Song is legit. Awesome musicianship, the songwriting is a bit scattered but good. Vocals are also great, the screams reminded me of Karl Schubach a bit.

JeetJeet
September 14th 2012

705 Comments


very underwhelming. The overuse of cleans just turned me off from the song.

dixoncocks
September 14th 2012

2428 Comments


Jeez its about time, songs slays.

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ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


Agreed

Mickeymau5
September 14th 2012

1614 Comments


pretty cool

ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


Agreed

AtomicShane
September 14th 2012

1756 Comments


song was sweet, but get those cleans the fuck out of there.

ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


fuck you shane those cleans are awesome

Durrzo
September 14th 2012

1074 Comments


I was really surprised by the use of so many cleans, but not in a bad way. His voice is pretty great imo.

Ssssssss
September 14th 2012

683 Comments


Yeh I actually like this dudes cleans.

ChuckyTruant
September 14th 2012

15706 Comments


yeah they were used nicely

NonApplicable
September 14th 2012

1927 Comments


He sounds a bit young/whiny but I still enjoyed the cleans

PurpleDino
September 14th 2012

3048 Comments


don't like this vocalist as much as the guy who was on The Escapist Notion, that guy used cleans in better, more sparing way

Calc
September 14th 2012

11978 Comments


excellent song..

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Durrzo
September 15th 2012

1074 Comments


I thought the old vocalist was solid but I didn't really enjoy his brief cleans, and his higher screams were pretty weak sounding. I prefer this guy.

North0House2
September 15th 2012

5812 Comments


For some reason I can never find myself getting into anything with technical guitar work like that.
Regardless, cool track.

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wacknizzle
September 15th 2012

12615 Comments


Song was coo, the clean vocals are okay but if they smoother the album with cleans like they do in the album trailer i'm not gonna be that into this.

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TheFantasticDangler
September 15th 2012

1149 Comments


Yeah, this is gonna have to much cleans

ikarus
September 15th 2012

560 Comments


Cleans were overproduced, really detracted from the rest of the song.

Durrzo
September 15th 2012

1074 Comments


Really didn't sound overproduced to me. But the last album I listened to was Chasing Ghosts so anything that isn't total overproduction overkill probly sounds fine to me.

Fluttertrank
September 15th 2012

17098 Comments


bro this is sick. love the cleans. also no breakdowns... even better

StormanNorman
September 17th 2012

3 Comments


I found the vocals in the album teaser stood out too much and drowned out the rest of the band but it could be different listening to the finished product. I also agree that the cleans are a bit excessive. The guitars are sick though really good technicality but will be original??

sspedding
September 17th 2012

4751 Comments


song was also pretty good. I'm interested in hearing the full length.

Manqaness24
September 17th 2012

128 Comments


Sounds pretty good looking forward to the full length.

XplaugeX
September 19th 2012

185 Comments


So goooooood

AnEpicDeath
September 22nd 2012

188 Comments


This is really good, way better than the previous tracks with the old lineup.



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