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Templeton, California, United States | INDIE

Templeton, California, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Alternative


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"Music Scene Album Review"

As lead guitarist Mike Buzzetti put it: "You shouldn't be in a wimpy band and call yourself Machine". Make no mistake: Machine rocks, as if evidenced by their high-octane song "Car Chase". Fans of power chords will appreciate the guitar-driven music. Meanwhile, singer Rolf Gehrung fills the songs with
earnest rock and roll emotion, Trent Lochridge provides a thunderous beat, and solid engineering adds the right effects without overproducing. They
even have a political song, "Killing Babies." Yes front man Jon Anderson had high praise for the Templeton band at the Winery Music Awards, saying
they were a song away from stardom. To hear samples of this CD, visit
> - Patrick S. Pemberton
- Tribune

"Heavy Hits"

Heavy hits! Superdown, Breathe and Car song away from being stars.
- Jon Anderson of Yes - Winery Music Awards


Debut Album just released
SLO & Dysfunctional Vol 5 , 6 , 7 (Radio Compilation Album)
Winery music awards winner of 5th place out of 120 bands
2nd album due in 1 month



Once upon a time...
Rolf met Buzz while playing in a crappy cover band. Realizing the magnitude of crappiness, they decided to break away and write songs simply to write and eventually record songs. The days passed and eventually, the time came to record...the search for a drummer began (que ticking clock). 2 drummers came an went. Then when all hope was lost, enter Trent Machine who answered an add Buzz placed for a studio engineer just so happened he played drums. The moral of the story; Don't look for what you need.