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The HAARP Machine

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

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3.71 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Esoteric Agenda (3:51)
2. Lower the Populace (2:47)
3. Pleiadian Keys (4:06)
4. From Vanity to Utility (4:46)
5. Disclosure (3:28)
6. The Escapist Nation (3:35)
7. Extension to One (4:02)
8. Machine Over (9:46)

Total time 36:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Al Mu'min / Guitars
- Michael Semesky / Vocals
- Oliver Rooney / Bass guitar
- Alex Rüdinger / Drums

Releases information

Released 16th October 2012 on Sumerian Records.

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4 stars A nice and solid progressive metal album from the lesser-known British band The HAARP Machine. Unlike many extreme metal bands which like very much simply to follow, let's say, Atheist or Opeth, The HAARP Machine are developing their unique style, not really akin to any other existing band (thoug ... (read more)

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