Deus Ex Machinae (album)

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Deus Ex Machinae
Machinae supremacy deus ex machinae.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 1, 2004
RecordedAutumn 2003, Luleå
GenrePower metal, industrial metal, chiptune
Length72:33
LabelMbD Records UK/Hubnester Industries reprint
Machinae Supremacy chronology
Deus Ex Machinae
(2004)
Redeemer
(2006)
Alternative cover
DXM 2.0 cover
DXM 2.0 cover

Deus Ex Machinae is the debut album of the SID Metal band Machinae Supremacy. Released by Music by Design (MbD) Records UK in 2004, there were initially only 1000 copies made. In 2005 a further 1000 were printed featuring remastered tracks, new cover art and a bonus track. Then in 2006 further copies were printed via Hubnester Industries. In 2012, the album was released as a free download from band's official website.

The album was recorded in Blind Dog Studios and Lilla Tomtestudion, Luleå. All songs were composed, written and performed by Machinae Supremacy.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Insidious" – 5:36
  2. "Super Steve" – 5:39
  3. "Dreadnaught" – 4:05
  4. "Flagcarrier" – 6:02
  5. "Return to Snake Mountain" – 5:18
  6. "Player One" – 5:43
  7. "Deus Ex Machinae" – 4:44
  8. "Attack Music" – 3:35
  9. "Ninja" – 5:23
  10. "Throttle and Mask" – 3:59
  11. "Killer Instinct" – 3:53
  12. "Tempus Fugit" – 4:58
  13. "Blind Dog Pride" – 6:25
  14. "Machinae Prime" – 7:12 (Instrumental)
  15. "Soundtrack to the Rebellion" – 6:00 (reissue bonus track)

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Thomas Eberger - mastering
  • Jens Habermann - additional art
  • Erica Öberg of Inja - vocals on "Flagcarrier"
  • Stefan Sundström - sound engineer

Song titles[edit]

Early in production, some songs were given different titles, such as Player One which was originally titled "Player One (Return To Arcade)";[1] the song Deus Ex Machinae was at one point titled "Hyperion".[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Re:New Songs Rock!". Details on Player One. Retrieved November 6, 2006.
  2. ^ "Re:So how far along is the album?". Details on track Deus Ex Machinae. Retrieved November 6, 2006.

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