Of Machines releases teaser

2013-09-09 by TheMetalLifer | 26 Comments
After the long lengthy months of waiting from the fans of Of Machines, the band has finally released a teaser for its upcoming EP Chroma Dreamcoat in YouTube.

The teaser also showed that the release of the EP will be somewhere in the Winter of 2013.
Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Xk0GEzzQSg&feature=youtu.be

Tagged: Of Machines

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henryChinaski
September 9th 2013
3770 Comments


Sounds good.

Digging: Hundredth - Rare

TheNewWhack
September 9th 2013
1510 Comments


I was stoked... Now, I'm not.

AmericnZero02
September 9th 2013
3699 Comments


There have been so many damn times I've looked at the music news section of this site and saw Of Montreal and initially thought it said Of Machines. Glad this wasn't another one. I'm pumped for the new tunes.

MisguidedYouth
September 9th 2013
237 Comments


I was stoked... Now, I'm not. (2)



sspedding
September 9th 2013
5145 Comments


what a dull teaser. Still, I can't wait.

DreamAgain
September 9th 2013
559 Comments


Can't wait for this album. Their debut album was in my opinion one of the best post-hardcore albums ever made.

DreamAgain
September 9th 2013
559 Comments


I was stoked... Now, I'm not.

U are not stoked anymore over a 20 second clip when I'm not even sure if the band is done recording much less producing? lol. awesome logic.

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
September 9th 2013
38679 Comments


Well that was uneventful, still stoked though,

Digging: Lorde - Melodrama

DatBeefPudding
September 9th 2013
1824 Comments


sounds catchy enough,i am still happy they are back together. hopefully this album doesn't suck!

Durrzo
September 9th 2013
1434 Comments


That teaser was painfully short, but I'm fucking pumped that they have a new album coming out soon.
Their debut is fantastic.

TheNewWhack
September 9th 2013
1510 Comments


U suck at the English language. By the way, teasers are supposed to be just that... Something that sparks your interest and makes you want to hear/see more. This did not. Hence, the lack of excitement.

MuhNamesTyler
September 9th 2013
6133 Comments


what a bombshell

CK
September 9th 2013
6104 Comments


"After the long lengthy months..."

No need for the redundancy

c0nf1n3d
September 9th 2013
312 Comments


A shame Thornton isn't in this release. Say what you want about the guy, he was a legit drummer and would've made a repetitive part like the teaser a bit more interesting.

Morf
September 9th 2013
20 Comments


Yeah, was not overly impressed.

Azn.
September 9th 2013
5632 Comments


more like long lengthy years

Chesse
September 9th 2013
529 Comments


will be a SOLID 3.5

Damus
September 9th 2013
543 Comments


haven't listened to this band but based on their names and haircuts this is probably videogame music

Shimana
September 9th 2013
545 Comments


debut is overrated

iamSeraph
September 9th 2013
904 Comments


intredasting.

CrimsonLies
September 9th 2013
2563 Comments


yay

crowing51
September 10th 2013
3501 Comments


”A shame Thornton isn't in this release. Say what you want about the guy, he was a legit drummer and would've made a repetitive part like the teaser a bit more interesting.”

Well the drumming on the debut had terrible sound. His drumming got better with woe is me but became extremely repetitive. Probably wouldn't have sounded much better on this. Though the clip sounded like they looped a 5 second part instead of a whole 20 seconds.

c0nf1n3d
September 10th 2013
312 Comments


"Well the drumming on the debut had terrible sound. His drumming got better with woe is me but became extremely repetitive. Probably wouldn't have sounded much better on this. Though the clip sounded like they looped a 5 second part instead of a whole 20 seconds."

I dunno, I actually really liked his drumming on their debut. It could be a looped clip, sure, but it still sounds pretty standard. Thornton's stuff became repetitive, but at least it was still interesting. I guess I'm just a fan of drum fills. Haha

DatBeefPudding
September 11th 2013
1824 Comments


"I dunno, I actually really liked his drumming on their debut. It could be a looped clip, sure, but it still sounds pretty standard. Thornton's stuff became repetitive, but at least it was still interesting. I guess I'm just a fan of drum fills. Haha"

self-taught drummer of like 2 1/2 years here, Thorton's drumming isn't that impressive nor is it complicated/hard. i'm sure their new drummer will be just as good if not better.

trust me.


c0nf1n3d
September 12th 2013
312 Comments


"self-taught drummer of like 2 1/2 years here, Thorton's drumming isn't that impressive nor is it complicated/hard. i'm sure their new drummer will be just as good if not better.

trust me."

Drummer for 8+ years here, I think it's pretty impressive. I mean...there's MUCH better out there, but for what Of Machines/Woe, is Me initially was, it was great to listen to.

DatBeefPudding
September 15th 2013
1824 Comments


well i guess to each his own :P it never really grabbed my attention, and drums are the instrument i usually focus on the most in songs



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