Vain Machine, the emerging electro-industrial duo out of Los Angeles previously featured by Fourculture, has dropped a new single, “Eat You Alive.” Available on AnalogueTrash Records Label Sampler Vol 2, the track showcases the driving, dark, and edgy vibe the band first revealed on their debut album Lost, released earlier this year.
Vain Machine members, Omar Quinones and Beau Baker, may draw sonic inspiration from industrial and EBM artists such as VNV Nation, De/Vision, Nitzer Ebb, and KMFDM, but with each new track they continue to create their own innovative niche in the EBM and electro-industrial music market. On “Eat You Alive” they create the lush, layered sound, dirty-driving bass lines, and rhythmic electronic drum for which Vain Machine is known, and mixed it with bright bursts of infectious synths. It’s a track that grabs you from the start, the pulsating beat compels you to bob your head to it while the driving bass and hypnotic vocals take you to a dark and moody space. With “Eat You Alive,” Vain Machine once again proves their ability to create electro-industrial music that is driven, edgy, and fierce.
Vain Machine is currently working on their second full-length album, scheduled for release in 2016. You can follow them at the social media links below to keep up with all the latest.
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