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Damn the Machine

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Los Angeles, California
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1991
Genre:
Progressive Metal
Lyrical themes:
Politics, Humanity
Last label:
A&M Records
Years active:
1991-1995, 1995-1996 (as Mumbo's Brain)
A second album was written and partly demoed.

They also recorded a cover of Jimi Hendrix's "I don't live today".

After 1994, when Clemmons left, the remaining members regrouped as Mumbo's Brain, in order to signal a change towards blues-inspired material and then employed vocalist John Skipp. Mumbo's Brain released a demo in 1995 The Book of Mumbo, but soon after David Randi and John ...
Last known
David Randi Bass, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: ex-Mumbo's Brain
Mark Poland Drums, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: Fester, ex-Chris Poland, ex-White Zombie (live), ex-Mumbo's Brain
Chris Poland Guitars, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: Chris Poland, Ohm, OHMphrey, ex-Megadeth, ex-Circle Jerks, ex-Mumbo's Brain, ex-The New Yorkers
Past
Dave Clemmons Guitars, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: ex-Ministers of Anger, The Fullbliss, ex-Murdercar
David Randi Bass, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: ex-Mumbo's Brain
Mark Poland Drums, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: Fester, ex-Chris Poland, ex-White Zombie (live), ex-Mumbo's Brain
Chris Poland Guitars, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: Chris Poland, Ohm, OHMphrey, ex-Megadeth, ex-Circle Jerks, ex-Mumbo's Brain, ex-The New Yorkers
Dave Clemmons Guitars, Vocals (1991-1994)
See also: ex-Ministers of Anger, The Fullbliss, ex-Murdercar
Added by: Skyklad Modified by: aloof
Added on: 2003-01-22 21:36:16 Last modified on: 2014-07-05 14:31:36
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