UK Electro-Industrial Band BIOMECHANIMAL Announces The Release of “Waves”: Split Single With MECHANICAL VEIN

EP featuring remixes by GRENDEL & SINISTER SOULS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

March 10, 2020 – UK Electro-Industrial act BIOMECHANIMAL are pleased to present their new split single, “Waves” with MECHANICAL VEIN.

For fans of: AMDUSCIA, CELLDWELLER and AESTHETIC PERFECTION

“The song is about how art is both a constructive and destructive process. The chorus opens with a play on a Salvador Dali quote, which is about how what we create is the summation of our, as artists, destructions. It builds us up, the elation of playing and creating, but it breaks us too, the failures and mistakes. It’s an ebb and a flow. Hence, “Waves.”

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BIOMECHANIMAL

Started in 2013, and self-releasing the self-titled debut album in 2015, BIOMECHANIMAL has been a staple of the underground London alternative and industrial scene for about 5 years. If you have seen GRENDELAESTHETIC PERFECTIONTHE BIRTHDAY MASSACRECOVENANTFADERHEAD, or any of the industrial big hitters in London, BIOMECHANIMAL was probably on the bill at some point in time. With an aggressive, physical live show, they have often been touted as ‘one to watch’ of the UK dark electronic scene.

After teasing new material for some time, the BIOMECHANIMAL of 2020 is the strongest the band has ever been. With front man and producer Matt Simpson leading the charge, supported by Keith Kamholz (MECHANICAL VEIN) of electro-axe fame, and Lex Liebert on live guitars, the band has numerous releases planned to drop this year, starting with a single at the end of February. Drawing from a diverse pool of genres, BIOMECHANIMAL’s eclectic sound is dangerously catchy, and by Granfalloon, you will be raising your fist with them too.

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