On Machine, a mile-a-minute thrashfest, Static X frontman Wayne Static merely howls, growls, crashes, and burns on his band's second album. The differences among "Black and White," "This Is Not," and "Cold" are barely distinguishable, and the overload of electronic gadgetry and kerosene vocals hardly disguises the lack of actual songs here. This is metal machine music for post-modern robots.
|Label:||Warner Bros / Wea|
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the well known static-x's wesconsin death trip was good. but they're back and better than ever in machine. so be like everybody else, get ,machine, the best tech.rock cd there is now.
This album was the first I bought of Static-X. It is awesome. Nothing like anything else that is something! Every time they make a new album it's better than the previous.