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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Show Me Oblivion (6:19)
2. The Guiding Lie (5:26)
3. Of Leprous Mind (4:09)
4. Hate Remembers / Love Forgot (6:48)
5. Empty Shell (5:10)
6. Through The Lens (4:18)
7. The Drifting Part (7:03)
8. An Architect's Farewell (4:39)
9. To Be King (6:30)

Total Time 49:02

Line-up / Musicians

- David Bellion / Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
- Eddie Katz / Keyboards
- Connie D / Guitar
- Evan Harris / Bass, Chapman, NS Stick
- Andrew Hurst / Drums

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CD/Digital Self-Released

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4 stars Australian band MECHANICAL ORGANIC was formed back in 2005, and released its debut album the following year. Since then a further two EPs and three full-length albums have followed. "This Global Hive Part Two" is the most recent of these, and was self-released in 2014.

If you tend to enjoy classic progressive metal, have a tendency to enjoy concept albums and find albums described as dark and dystopian to be alluring, Mechanical Organic is a band you most likely should lend an ear to. Their latest studio album is a well made affair, especially considering that it's also a self-released one, and among the aforementioned outlined audience I suspect those with an affection of bands in the Dream Theater school of progressive metal should be easier drawn to this disc than others.

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