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The End Machine to release new album in March


2024 kicks off with a bang as The End Machine announces the release of their new record, The Quantum Phase. This unveiling marks a significant shift in personnel, with singer Robert Mason officially parting ways and making room for Girish Pradhan, the acclaimed vocalist from Girish And The Chronicles and Joel Hoekstra’s 13. The addition of Girish Pradhan is a testament to Serafino Perugino's discerning eye, the president, and founder of Frontiers Records and executive producer for The End Machine. Perugino recognized Pradhan's exceptional talent and potential, bringing him to the band's attention.

To celebrate this exciting change and their new album, The End Machine presents the first single from The Quantum Phase, titled "Silent Winter," along with an accompanying music video. Jeff Pilson shares insights on the track, describing it as a reflection on the bleak future humanity faces if we continue on our current path. Established in 2018, The End Machine gained acclaim for their self-titled debut in 2019 and continued their success with the 2021 album, Phase2.

In delivering The Quantum Phase in 2024, The End Machine not only meets but exceeds expectations, creating a record that surpasses all others in their career. With each note and lyric, they have surpassed their artistic aspirations, showcasing not only their musical prowess but also their unwavering dedication to pushing creative boundaries. This monumental work stands as a testament to The End Machine's evolution and commitment to exploring new heights in their creative expression.
Pre-order The Quantum Phase here

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Tags:  The End MachineFrontiers Records   

    January 15, 2024

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