unitcode:machine re-releases ‘Tyranny’ album in remastered version
The 2019 album “Tyranny” by the Texas-based industrial band unitcode:machine has finally been given the proper mastering and re-issue. You can expect classic sounding industrial/ebm with a bit of a modern angle.
The fully remastered 2022 version “fully grasps the original vision I had for the album, and meets my expectations” says unitcode:machine mastermind, Eric K.
The album is re-issued under the codeviolationmedia imprint; unitcode:machine’s personal label where they release music from various side projects as well. Tyranny is available in digital and limited CD formats via Bandcamp!
unitcode:machine, the brainchild of Eric K, has been producing music since 2000. With their first official release in 2004, the band offered a mix of multiple genres that inspire the group blending elements of EBM with industrial, synthpop, and many other styles.
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