UK Prog Group Maschine Release Highly Anticipated Debut Album ‘Rubidium’ – Out Now On InsideOut Records!

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UK Prog Group Maschine Release Highly Anticipated Debut Album ‘Rubidium’ – Out Now On InsideOut Records!

Los Angeles, CA – The much anticipated debut album from Brighton-based progressive rockers Maschine is finally upon us, with its release arriving today. To celebrate the band have revealed the title track from the album ‘Rubidium’ for you to enjoy here:

The album has already been receiving some great reviews, with Classic Rock calling them “very promising indeed” and Classic Rock Society saying it is “as good a prog album as you will hear this year.”

The band also recently released a full album trailer which features snippets of each track from the record. Check that out here:

Fans can download an edit of the albums opening track ‘The Fallen’ here:

The album is available as a limited edition digipak CD with two bonus tracks, and digital download and pre-orders can be found at the InsideOut Shop here:

Formed in 2008 by guitarist/vocalist Luke Machin at the Brighton Institute Of Modern Music, UK-based prog rockers Maschine are the new young stars on the InsideOut roster. “Young” in this case doesn’t mean inexperienced or amateurish, however, as Machin and bassist Daniel Mash logged in a solid three years as members of The Tangent while preparing to go off on their own with their own brand of music. Now with a fantastic five-piece line-up, the band is ready to make their mark in the progressive world.

Band Line-Up:
Luke Machin – guitar/vocals
Elliot Fuller – guitar
Dan Mash – bass
James Stewart – drums
Georgia Lewis – keyboards/vocals

MASCHINE online:


Visit the new InsideOut Shop:

Contact: Edgel Grove Jr. – USA Label Manager
Direct +1 323-305-7410

Press inquiries (USA): Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158,

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