Drawing influence from experimental bands by the likes of Tool, Opeth, Radiohead and Devin Townsend with a pounding electro and pop edge, “Opus of a Machine” pushes the creative boundaries of alternative, progressive rock. With a large plethora of musical heroes, Opus of a Machine blends technical proficiency and raw emotion, bridging the gap between the two. The first single, Parallels displays the more pop-orientated, hard-hitting side of Opus of a Machine, melding mechanical and electronic aesthetics with dense and introspective hard-rock orchestration.
Their debut album "Simulacra" mixes hard-hitting, anthemic metal with expressive electronic and progressive elements. Now, with a fully formed line-up, Opus of a Machine is making a significant impact on the live circuit. Their live show takes the intricacies of their studio performances and kicks them into overdrive. With pumping synths, brooding melodies and powerful song-craft, Opus of a Machine is a must see.