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Miami, FL | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Miami, FL | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Rock Alternative




This band has no press


Still working on that hot first release.



Trip Machine is an American hard rock alternative supergroup formed in
Miami, Florida in 2011 by Alexis Peña (Vocals) from the venezuelan
dissolved band Témpano, Gustavo González (Guitar and Vocals) and
Santos Masabie (Guitar and Vocals) from also dissolved band Locate and
others successful and experimented musicians as Manuel Sáez (Keyboard
and Vocals), Tony Morelly (Bass and Vocals) and Gerardo Ubieda (Drums).
After more than 15 years without knowing anything about each other, a
small reunion in their new country of residence opened the doors for the
formation of a covers band, playing the best songs of the 70's and 80's,
but in his rehearsals several ideas emerged to create their own original
In late 2014 they finished the composition of his first album production
called "The First Trip". His first single in English "Time Machine" was
released on March of 2015 with its respective video with which made the
showcase for the local press.
For July, the band will release the second single called "This Girl" in the
English and Spanish languages to project it in Anglo and the Hispanic
market while they start their first promotional tour in Florida, Tennessee
and California.
“We are the type of people who think the Rock is not dead and we are
willing to be the pioneers in the modernization of this genre”. His Manager
Claudio Atilano said.
“We will take it back for those that feel this nostalgia, but with a fresh
and modern sound with which we can capture the attention of new
generations”. His guitarist Gustavo González said.
“The Rock is about to return to the main world billboards and we will be
there when that happens” his vocalist Alexis Peña said.
This band have two very important qualities in this business and they are
the energy and attitude, that’s the reason why this supergroup is
destined for success. 

Band Members