In the beginning there was monochrome. Functional, minimalï¿½bright green or amber, sleeping in a sea of the digital dark. Once awakened, the machine's influence on asthetics was set in motion, never to stop. Machines of Living Death is the extreme of human performanceï¿½the frenetic pulse of hardcore, grindcore and metal filtered through the grid of Technology's terms. Add in a vintage horror score, dissected, reconstructed and mated with the bastard child of a broken down arcade machine and you have the technological noise terror of Machines of Living Death.
Fear Factory, Ministry, Orgy, Front 242, Slayer, oh and Prong (can't forget Prong).