Edmonton’s SOMETHING MECHANICAL Premiere Celeb Stalker Track ‘In Shadows’

Edmonton, AB’s SOMETHING MECHANICAL will be releasing their new EP ‘Less Than Human’ onMarch 17, 2017 to follow their 2015 self-titled debut album. Inspired by Alice in Chains, Nirvana, Days Of The New, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden, vocalist/ guitarist Colin Pearce describes their music as “original, honest, blue collar, catchy and straightforward!”

The band pulls no punches whatsoever when it comes to the theme of their music. “Rebel! Stand up for yourself. Fight against the seemingly inevitable normality of the world. Be your own person on your own path whenever you can.”

Pearce feels that ‘Less Than Human’ will be well-received with its five hard hitting tracks.

“We really trimmed away the fat, so to speak, we focused on each song more fully and our fans will be able to hear that.  We’re happy with it and we think they will be too.”

Leading up to the EP’s release, the rockers have teamed up with AllAboutTheRock.co.uk to premiere their second single ‘In Shadows’, a track about the celebrity stalking.

“This one is a bit theatrical. I scared myself watching documentaries about killer celebrity stalkers and how they think/ their delusions.” says vocalist/rhythm Guitarist Colin Pearce.

‘In Shadows’ can be heard at the following link: http://allabouttherock.co.uk/something-mechanical-in-shadows-aatr-premier/

plus available for download on iTunes here.

and the band’s first single ‘Gunn’ can be heard here.

Track Listing:
1. Gunn (3:19)
2. Less Than Human (2:38)
3. Needful Things (3:38)
4. In Shadows (4:27)
5. Pretty Misery (4:37)
EP Length: 18:41

Album Band Line Up:
– Colin Pearce – Vocals/ Guitar
– Jeff Hicks – Drums and Percussion
– James Seabrook- Bass/ Backing Vocals
– Behzad Gohazard – Lead Guitar on “In Shadows”

Live Band Line Up:
– Colin Pearce – Vocals/ Guitar
– Jeff Hicks – Drums and Percussion
– Brock Wilde – Bass
– Mike Schneider- Guitar/Backing Vocals

SOMETHING MECHANICAL’s new EP ‘Less Than Human’ will be available iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and all major online retailers as of March 17, 2017.


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