Greenmachine

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This article is about the Japanese band. For other uses, see Green Machine (disambiguation).
Greenmachine
Origin Japan
Genres Doom metal
Stoner metal
Years active 1995–1999
2003–2007
Labels Man's Ruin Records
Diwphalanx Records
Members Datsu
Hasegawa
Monzawa
Past members Daisaku

Greenmachine (グリーンマシーン, Gurīnmashīn?) was a Japanese stoner/doom metal band founded in 1995.

History[edit]

Greenmachine named themselves after the Kyuss song "Green Machine," the second track on Blues for the Red Sun.[1] In 1995 they released their debut album, D.A.M.N., on Man's Ruin Records. They followed with The Earth Beater two years later, also on Man's Ruin. They disbanded in 1999 but resurfaced in 2003 with a new bass player and released The Archives of Rotten Blues on Diwphalanx Records.[2] Diwphalanx also reissued the two Man's Ruin albums with bonus tracks in 2003. They played The Wizard's Convention in 2005 and are featured on the DVD along with fellow Japanese artists Boris, Church of Misery and Eternal Elysium. The band disbanded again in 2007 after the Wizard's Convention show, with their latest DVD release, This is the End, documenting their final show.

Members[edit]

  • Datsu - drums
  • Hasegawa - bass/vocals
  • Monzawa - guitar/vocals

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Reissue[edit]

Live[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website