The two entered the studio with Kurt Ballou (Converge) in the winter of 1999. During these sessions, Ballou also contributed a great deal to the material. The finished album titled “Rise Of The Great Machine” was released by the defunct Undecided label in 2000 (now out of print). After the album release, future projects were planned but never materialized.
Nearing a decade later Deathwish brings you “Rust”, the complete 30 track 2XCD Supermachiner collection. “Rust” features the sought after “Rise of the Great Machine” tracks, as well as four track ghosts of forgotten songs, and other unique audio experiments. All of it showcasing the artistic spirit that made Supermachiner such a unique animal for the time. Foreshadowing the future marriage between “post hardcore”, “noise rock”, and “shoe-gaze” genres that dominates today’s avant garde/experimental music world.
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