Psydoll | Machine Disk: Chapter 3 of Machine Kingdom

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Machine Disk: Chapter 3 of Machine Kingdom

by Psydoll

This is the PSYDOLL's EP Chapter 3 of Machine Kingdom. The 3rd world is material civilization. People who have lost important things explore them. 4songs in this CD: Carniva/Hospital/Jumon(Spell)/Coppelia
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Carnival
3:57 $1.49
2. Hospital
4:13 $1.49
3. Jumon
5:37 $1.49
4. Coppelia
4:44 $1.49
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Album Notes
"State-of-the-art Japanese metal and synthetic engineering
We have been designed to evolve
And in a symphony of destruction and reconstruction
we will surpass our creators......"

Cyberpunk Industrial band PSYDOLL from Tokyo Japan owned by Psycho dolls which means Psycho dolls(robots).

It's baffling and exhilarating at the same time: a great rush of noise that's clearly related to ye old rock music in some tangential way, but doesn't feel particularly bothered about following the rules.
It's punk rock put through a manga blender.
-Uncle Nemesis- "StarVox"
Although the heavy sci-fi anime image the band conveys in their performance stills and design concepts indicates a lot of electronic influences, Psydoll's idea of futurism expands far beyond those tired notions, bringing us something more layered and cleansing, like something you might hear in a Japanese rendition of the film Dune.
-Meghann- "Seventh-circle"
And so it begins ... Crunching, crashing electronica of the heavy metal kind: The sound track to many a late-night manga marathon. This J-Pop for the Nine Inch Nails generation.
- BBC co. UK MUSIC review



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