And then there were Machines
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And then there were Machines

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And then there were Machines-3 song Demo (April 2006)
And then there were Machines-"Dead Ahead" (Jan 2007)

Streaming audio:

Radio airplay:
Montclair State University 90.3 Underground Radio
Tonight, Tonight/ Sleep/ Dont Say Anything


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And then there were Machines from the beginning has established to put forth a unique style and opinion into there own version of pop punk.
And then there were Machines gives you an amazing plethora of talent that each musician exposes mentally and physically into the band, on stage and off.
Everyone adding there own touch, so no one is left behind. They have committed to present there ability through achieving there goals.

In 2006 ATTWM has had such accomplishments as playing the Bamboozle Festival on May 7th and the Van's Warped tour on August 4th. They have also opened for major acts and have performed at venues across New Jersey and New York.

In mid-January of 2007 And then there were Machines will release there NEW EP "DEAD AHEAD" recorded at Portrait Recording Studios in Lincoln Park, NJ. "DEAD AHEAD" will be available on itunes and ATTWM will also launch their web site with exclusive attwm merchandise, news, and bio's. ATTWM members have committed themselves to everything they want and there is only more to come.

And then there were Machines have been indiviually influenced through such acts as Morrissey, Alkaline Trio, Bouncing Souls, Lagwagon, Homegrown, Nofx, Against Me!, and there own lives.

In Dec 2005 Brian and Es parted ways with there ex-band of 5 years "Monster Squad" to pursue their goals of getting signed and touring.Brian would switch from playing bass and bkup vocals to guitar and becoming lead singer, as Es would remain a lead guitar player and bkup vocals for And then there were Machines. At that time Mike M. who was the former bass player of Suicidal Failure in 1999 with Brian, moved back to NJ from Florida. Dennis, who had known Brian and Mike M. from high school and who had also help promote and design for Brian's previous projects joined the band as the keyboard player. Mike W. was aquired as our drummer in August 2006 for his ability and hard work.