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Into The Machine

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Discography

Into The Machine - The Basement Demo - 2007
Into The Machine - (unreleased) - 2008

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As many others have done before us, Into The Machine rose out of the ashes of other groups, collecting those
elements along the way. Coming from pieces of 80's thrash rock, modern hardcore, hip-hop, and everything in
between. We find ourselves on a road to communicating a greater concept...

For a mission, for a way of life, we have found ourselves traveling the long roads of the free mind, and along
the way, showing others how to open up, if not to find something more. The name 'Into The Machine' comes from a
belief of jumping into whats become redundant and pale, instead of just leaving it cold. 'The Machine' can be
anything from your office, to your church, to just everyday life. We believe in showing love, just as Jesus did,
to ALL, regardless of where they come from inside. To change someone by example, not by witty arguement.

Into The Machine's style comes from many corners, many dark clubs, and many well-lit churches. As it stands,
we contain 2 worship leaders, 3 guitar players, 2 drummers, 4 bass players, 3 songwriters, 3 recording engineers...
all within our 4 member band. If that alone didnt pull enough stylistic complexity, we are constantly and
consistently upgrading and restyling our soundscapes, to give broader horizons to each new song. Into The Machine
finds their emotional range through songs of pain, love, loss and triumph, and while keeping a humble heart,
knowing the next day may not come.

"High-energy" is how most describe Into The Machine's live performance. But its never a matter of giving a
show, and hitting the road. Its a matter of bringing a true, honest emotion from every chord, every word, and
every beat we bring. Without emotion, music is just noise. We prefer our lives shows to ebb and tide, pushing
in and away...at times have spine-crushing breakdowns, and then pull back to atmospheric, soaring moods.

And when all the dust settles, we hold ourselves in no higher regard than those listening. We are but
messengers of the faith of Jesus Christ, witnesses of change, and children here to follow. Children with many
watts of ear-shattering power...