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The Stoics - Death Machine album

The Stoics  - Death Machine album Performer: The Stoics
Title: Death Machine
Date of release: 2009
Size MP3: 1568 mb
Size FLAC: 1760 mb
Rating: 4.5

Album · 2010 · 4 Songs. Death Machine - EP The Stoics. Listen on Apple Music.

The Stoics Death Machine, released 11 November 2009 1. Living Proof 2. Doom Girl 3. Submarine Song 4. Lay Flat, Do Nothing. The Stoics 3rd Ep. Released Nov 2009. Recorded in Hobart at Red Planet Studios. Engineered by Rob Long (Faker, Magic Dirt). Purchasable with gift card.

The Stoics formed in 2007 somewhere in Tasmania. They are a 5 piece indie rock band. They're currently living in Melbourne and set to release their debut album in 2011. Discography: Leolanda 2007 Wolves in Sheeps Clothing 2008 Death Machine 2009. New album is set for a 2011 release. 2. The Stoics were a 60's garage rockband.

Progressive Metal Death Machine. Other productions from Death Machine. Death Machine (Demo).

This Machine is the eighth studio album by American rock band The Dandy Warhols. It was released on April 24, 2012 by record label The End. The album features a more stripped-down, laid-back style than much of the band's previous work

Doomsday Machine is the sixth studio album by Swedish death metal band Arch Enemy, produced by Rickard Bengtsson and mixed by Andy Sneap. It is the third album to feature the vocals of Angela Gossow. The album had some commercial success reaching number 87 on the Billboard 200 selling 12,000 copies. Christopher Amott left the band shortly after recording the album in July 2005 but rejoined 2 years later for the songwriting sessions for Rise of the Tyrant.

Death is a recurring theme in the classic Stoic texts because it is a recurring theme across all human life. People we love die, people we need die, people we don’t know die, and eventually, we will die ourselves. For this reason the Stoics were pioneers of the ancient practice of remembering our mortality ( memento mori ) and using it as a tool and a compass to orient themselves.

Their most recent album, Death Machine, finds them with the first stable line-up in a long time & solidying their return to form. With a cover of a nearly naked woman strung up & about to start a one-sided conversation with a chainsaw that looks like a scene out a movie & would make Tipper Gore return to court for this one album alone. this is the music your parents said would rot your mind. It may not actually rot your mind, but with a album length theme being torture & sadism, music that is brutal & but one step away from death metal, all the puzzle pieces. Regarding the Death Machine album cover, I thought the Violence and Force album cover was terrible but now I think Death Machine's cover is 10x worse.


1 Doom Girl 3:31
2 Living Proof 4:57
3 Submarine Song 3:17
4 Lay Flat Do Nothing 5:15

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Red Planet Studios
  • Duplicated By – WWW.REPLICAT.COM.AU – R3405


  • Bass, Cello, Double Bass – Toby Brodel
  • Drums, Vocals – Beau Thomas
  • Engineer, Recorded By – Rob Long
  • Mastered By – Lindsay Gravina
  • Piano, Vocals – Maria Moles
  • Trumpet, Vocals – Hugh Montgomery
  • Violin – Rhys Cotteril (tracks: 3)
  • Vocals – Ciaran Van Der Berg

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.REPLICAT.COM.AU - R3405
  • Mastering SID Code (Xtreem Technology Australia): IFPI LW30
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI VM01