Taste The Fever Machine's album debut Living In Oblivion

The Fever Machine is ready to launch their first album Living in Oblivion. The nine tracks LP was recorded at various studios around Shanghai, including JuJu Postape and Simply Sound Studios, and produced by The Fever Machine, and it was mixed and mastered at Quito, Ecuador’s Graba Estudio by Xavier Muller (Sudakaya, Tanque). The cover was designed by Gregor Koerting from Idle Beats studio in Shanghai. The band says on their press release: “we feel it accurately represents our brand of epic, schizo rock.”

The Fever Machine will release the album on June 25th at YuyinTang on a concert that will also feature Boys Climbing Ropes, and The Beat Bandits. I have to say, this is a fiery line up. Soon after the album is released, The Fever Machine will start their first international tour that will take them to Ecuador and the U.S.

To warm up your ears and neck for this concert, listen to “Hell Yeah” the first track of the album.

Hell Yeah by The Fever Machine

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