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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Traffix
02. All I Have In My Pocket
03. A Racetrack
04. Interlüde
05. Nothing At All
06. Engine Machine
07. Get On Land
08. Up Tide 1
08. Up Tide 2
09. Kitchen Device
10. Rundetaarn, Kbh:
11. Bethnal Green

Line-up / Musicians

- Boriz Schiøler / vocals
- Nis Bysted / guitar
- Mads Heldtberg / guitar
- Andreas Hauer-Jensen / drums

Releases information

Produced by Düreforsög.
Mixed by Billy Gould and Flemming Rasmussen.

Year of release: 2002
Label: Kool Arrow Records
Catalog no.: KACA 011

All tracks written by Düreforsög.

Recording credits:

Recorded at Sun Studios, Ninth World Studio, Medley Studios, Ranum Studios, Sweet Silence Studios, Sufi Studiet, the rehearsal room, on location and live in concert. Engineered by Flemming Hansson, ass. engineer Freddy Albrektsen. Additional engineering by Anders Bech,
Troels Bech, Frederik Birkitt-Smith, Peter Ole Jørgensen, Jesper Ranum and the band. Mixed at Sweet Silence Studios, ass. mix engineer Troels Alsted. Mastered at Ocean View Studio by Goodiepal and Ramon.

Cover credits:

Artwork by FOS, add. layout by N. Bysted. Photo by Noam Griegst.

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Review by UMUR
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3 stars "Engine Machine" is the 3rd full-length studio album by Danish experimental/Avant garde rock act Düreforsög. Düreforsög impressed me quite a lot with their debut album "Knee (1997)". The music style on that album was a strange mix of brutal death metal parts and highly rythmic avant garde parts. The 2nd album by Düreforsög called "Exploring Beauty (1999)" was a much more ordinary rock album with only a slight touch of avant garde and no sign of the death metal parts which made the debut so original. A good album none the less. "Engine Machine" more or less continues down the same path as "Exploring Beauty" with an alternative rock/ punk approach and only a few touches of avant garde. It´s worth noting that the album is produced by Billy Gould (Faith No More) and Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica, Morbid Angel, Blind Guardian...etc). The album was released through Billy Gould´s Kool Arrow Records label.

The album is quite eclectic and the mood in the songs vary a lot. Examples are the energetic opener "Traffix", the psychadelic tinged atmosphere of "A Racetrack" or the silly sounding "Nothing At All". A common feature is that all compositions are of high quality though.

The musicianship is excellent. Düreforsög are great musicians and their interplay is strong.

The production is professional and well sounding.

Engine Machine is not my favorite album from Düreforsög, that honour would go to "Knee" but it is a good album well deserving 3 stars.

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