Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Sister Machine Gun

Sister Machine Gun was another band that I discovered, funny enough, at the same concert as Chemlab. SMG were the second opening act that night and I was really impressed with frontman Chris Randall's charisma and delivery. I was sure they were going to become the breakthrough industrial act, but that ended up being Nine Inch Nails. Wrong on that count, but SMG put out some of my favorite music through the '90s and into the new millennium. They just had a groove and swagger that set them apart in the genre.

1 comment:

  1. 1992 - Sins of the Flesh
    1994 - The Torture Technique
    1994 - Singles
    1995 - Burn
    1997 - Metropolis
    1999 - [R]evolution
    2001 - Transient 5.2
    2001 - 6.0
    2002 - 6.5 the desert companion
    2003 - Influence
    2015 - The Future Unformed