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Seas of Titan

by Bison Machine

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Harry Harrison Bison Machine are at it again; bringing with them some awesome dropped Sabbath worshiping tunes. These guys never fail to impress with their 70ies infused Stoner and this one “one-of-the-albums-to-own” for 2019. I can’t think of anything else to say except, buy everything these guys create; you won’t be disappointed. Favorite track: The Tower.
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ChrisGoesRock A great mix of new and retro-heavy sound. A very good album. Favorite track: Knights of the Stars.
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Cheeseburger This is a great album that far exceeded my high expectations for Bison Machine. Buy this album then go see them play live! Too many favorites to pick just one, start at the beginning and rock till the end! Favorite track: Knights of the Stars.
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The Tower 05:45
Star Child 05:28


Bison Machine ply their trade in the dank vinyl-smelling basements of Detroit, Michigan, the birthplace of a rock tradition for brashness and all-in physicality to music that the group lovingly upholds. You can tap any number of classic influences you want -- Zeppelin, Sabbath, Captain Beyond, MC5, blah blah blah -- but it's still not going to give you a sense of the force that Bison Machine bring to their delivery, live or in the studio.

Seas of Titan is their first album for Small Stone Records and a record years in the making. Since getting their start in early 2015 with the massively well-received Hoarfrost, the four-piece have spent time putting out material in drips and drabs -- a video here, a split there -- all the while honing their craft on stages throughout the greater Midwest and beyond. This has all been in the name of chipping away at the marble that would become an awaited sophomore outing, a long-player from a band whose reputation already precedes them among the converted and who leave nothing unsaid in their sweating-blood approach to rock and roll.

Progressive and intense, Bison Machine meld the best of classic heavy rock with a forward-thinking style that is as much class as it is likely to show up in a loincloth. Rooted now in Hamtramck, MI, the band are hungry to the point of starving and bring a spirit to their latest work that serves to remind why they made guitars electric in the first place.

So have a blast. They will.


released September 27, 2019

Bison Machine is:
Casey O'Ryan: guitar
Anthony Franchina: bass, moog
Breck Crandell: drums & percussion
Tom Stec: vocals

Recorded by Al Sutton & Steve Lehane @ Rustbelt Studios - Royal Oak, MI.
Mixed by Steve Lehane.
Produced by Steve Lehane and Bison Machine.
Mastered by Chris Goosman @ Baseline Audio Labs - Ann Arbor, MI.
Artwork by Alan Forbes.
Layout and design by Anthony Franchina.
All songs by Bison Machine.


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