2​.​0 - A NEW B0DY 0F W0RK

by Machines Of Indeterminate Origin

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released March 11, 2017

M.0.1.0. are:
Aaron Metcalf - guitars
Matt Warren - drums/percussion/vocals

Additional personnel:
Carolyn Gannell - cello

Composed, arranged and produced by M.0.1.0.
Recorded and engineered by Aaron Metcalf at The Shed, Lutana. Additional vocals recorded at Burnett Street Underpass, North Hobart and Dead Letter Office, New Town, engineered by Matt Warren. Cello recorded at Caz' house, Melbourne. Recording sessions happened between September 2015 and August 2016. Mixed by M.0.1.0. at Dead Letter Office, New Town, September - November 2016. Constructed and mastered by Matt Warren at Dead Letter Office - December 2016. Photography and design by M.0.1.0.

Thanks to our partners, our kids, Caz, Julian @ Rough Skies, the bands we've played with, the good venue folks and those who have supported us by coming to see us, bought our recordings, reviewed us and spread the word, played our music on the radio or included it as part of a playlist. We always appreciate it.

Leaders? You know what to do.

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© & ℗ M.0.1.0. 2017
Give credit where credit is due and if you can, allow us to at least break even.

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Machines Of Indeterminate Origin Hobart, Australia

MACH1NES 0F 1NDETERM1NATE 0R1G1N

Aaron Metcalf: Guitar, percussion

Matt Warren: Drums, percussion, vocals

Formed in late 2007, M.0.1.0 sits somewhat strangely in a no-mans land between Metal and indie/alternative scenes. Although loud, sometimes harsh and noisy in places and experimental in nature, M.0.1.0′s music is not inaccessible. Vocally, the majority of what’s ‘sung’ is nonsensical.
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