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MOUNTAINS BECAME MACHINES

Experimental/Post Metal • United Kingdom


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MOUNTAINS BECAME MACHINES was formed in 2006 in Stoke-on-Trent,United Kingdom by Adam Brock (guitar,vocals),Christian MacNamara (guitars,vocals),Daniel Mansfield (bass) and Robert Steventon (drums).

In 2007 MOUNTAINS BECAME MACHINES released their impressive debut EP "Paths",a 3 song conceptual piece with each track clocking in at over 10 minutes each.The band is currently in search of a new bassist after the departure of founding member Daniel Mansfield.

The band lists a wide variety of influences such as PINK FLOYD,PELICAN,BEECHER,RED SPAROWES,BETWEEN THE BURIED and ME,MASTODON,GODSPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR and MOGWAI,and this variety is reflected in their music,which in turn is ambient,progressive metal,post metal,experimental,sludge and psychedelic.MOUNTAIN BECAME MACHINES will be a band to watch for in the future and they are highly recommended.




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Discography:
Paths, studio album,EP (2007)
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3.09 | 3 ratings
Paths
2007

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Mountains Became Machines Experimental/Post Metal

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3 stars An excellent post-metal release that I came across not too long ago and was rather surprised with given that this is the bands only release and it's been four years without any more material.

Nevertheless, this album was a real breath of fresh air in the post-metal category where I had almost gotten too deep in sludgey type post-metal (which is good but I'd had a little much). It is basically really heavy post-rock that never goes too far metal. I thought that was kind of a cool thing as I had never heard something like that.

With each track hitting about 10 minutes, you get similarly arranged piece that are all pretty good (except at times they are almost too similar, like, "didn't I just hear this?") and apart from the occasional growl, this metal is so atmospheric you hardly notice it's metal.

A fun listen indeed, I'd recommend it to fans of post-rock and post-metal.

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