More Machine Than Man

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More Machine Than Man
More Machine Than Man.jpg
MMTM promo photo from their album Dark Matter
Background information
Origin Boston, Massachusetts
Genres Industrial rock
Years active 1999–present
Labels Independent Artist, Black Flames Records, Underground Inc.
Website http://www.mmtm.net
Members Tasha Katrine – vocals, programming, arrangement, lyrics, and production
Robzilla – vocals, guitar, programming, arrangement, lyrics and production

More Machine Than Man is an American industrial rock / coldwave / goth rock band. It was formed by two musicians under the pseudonyms, Tasha Katrine and Tech (later changed to Robzilla).[1] More Machine Than Man has independently released three full length albums.[2] More Machine Than Man released one EP on the label Underground Inc.[3] and one album on Black Flames Records.[4]

From Seattle, More Machine Than Man independently released the 12 song album titled, Dark Matter in August 2012.[5] Dark Matter includes two songs produced by En Esch of Slick Idiot and one song with a keyboard performance by Romell Regulacion of Razed in Black.[6]

The band's live performances integrate original video content, created by Tasha Katrine and Robzilla.[1]

Touring[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Technophile, Demo, 1999 independently released[2]
  • Abduction Kit, EP, 1999 independently released
  • Robot, LP, 2000 independently released[2]
  • Electrolust, LP, 2001 Black Flames Records[2]
  • Notes from the Real Underground #3, Compilation, 2002 Underground Inc.[4]
  • Mutations: A Tribute to Alice Cooper, Compilation, 2002 Ankhor Records[4]
  • Binary Sex, EP, 2003 Underground Inc and Black Flames Records[3]
  • Dark Matter, LP, 2012 independently released[5]
  • Something Ventured, Nothing Gained, LP, Sep 18, 2014 Nilaihah Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Johnson, Julie (October 2001). Side-Line Music Magazine (37). 
  2. ^ a b c d McKibbin, Adam (Winter 2001). Outburn (16). 
  3. ^ a b Poseidon (Winter 2004). Gothic Beauty Magazine (15). 
  4. ^ a b c "News Column". Side-Line Music Magazine (39). April 2002. 
  5. ^ a b Van Isacker, B. "Side-Line.com". Side-Line Music Magazine. Retrieved 23 December 2012. 
  6. ^ Urselli, Marc. "Chaindlk.com". Chain D.L.K. Retrieved 23 December 2012. 
  7. ^ Regulacion, Romell. "Razedinblack.net". Retrieved 23 December 2012. 

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