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Machine Men

Country of origin:
Suolahti, Keski-Suomi
Formed in:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Human issues
Last label:
Years active:
Vocalist Toni Parviainen started singing in 1998, with inspiration from Bruce Dickinson. Machine Men took their name from a song present on Dickinson's 1998 album "The Chemical Wedding".

After a two-year hiatus, the band broke up in February 2011 due to a lack of interest from the members.

Compilation appearances:
- "Back from the Days" on Battle Metal II (Kiss My Axe) (Metal Hammer, 2005)
Eero Vehniäinen Bass (1998-2011)
Jarno Parantainen Drums (1998-2011)
J-V Hintikka Guitars (1998-2011)
See also: Psychework, ex-Funeris Nocturnum, ex-Where Victims Lie, Palmcut, ex-Survivors Zero, ex-Atakhama, ex-Dead Cult Diaries, ex-Red Eleven
Jani Noronen Guitars (1998-2011)
Toni "Antony" Parviainen Vocals (1998-2011)
See also: Psychework, Raskasta Joulua, The Magnificent, ex-Lost Alone
Added by: Opus Modified by: Mole666
Added on: 2003-02-25 18:01:05 Last modified on: 2022-01-31 07:44:31