"Fight The Machine's mix of modern rock and pop punk is irresistable!" - Melodic.net
"You just gotta check out this awesome band. Anthemic rock is on the menu and these guys sure know how to deliver it!" -Melodic.net
"A combination of crunching guitars, soaring vocal melodies, and relentless percussion comes together for a fresh, yet almost Muse-like wall of sound that never lets up." -Examiner.com
"Fight The Machine is defined through their hard-hitting guitar riffs, elaborate vocals, and rigorous percussion." - Top40-Charts.com
"Fight The Machine presents a thoroughly engaging brand of indie rock that is sure to gain them a good deal of attention well beyond the City of Angels." - HighwireDaze.com
"Boasting an eclectic rock approach, Fight The Machine has created a densely melodic sound through heavy strings accompanied by rigorous drums and passionate vocals. Drawing comparisons to Muse, 30 Seconds To Mars, and Red, Fight The Machine have established themselves as a ferocious live act, injecting their performances and recordings with such dynamic layers that it’s hard to believe they are only a 3-person act." - Mi2N.com
"The impassioned vocal work of guitarist Alexander Millar really shines. Hitting the highs with a skilled precision, Millar is a tremendous effective front man who can certainly convey the lyrics with a fierce sense of conviction." - HighwireDaze.com
"This band would sound great on the Van’s Warped Tour!" -Puregrainaudio.com
Formed in January of 2012 in Hollywood, CA by Alexander Millar (lead vocals/guitar), Joey Jane (bass) and Prentice Daggs (drums, Fight The Machine quickly built up a strong local following with their explosively intense live performances and were soon playing at legendary venues The Roxy Theatre, The Viper Room and The Troubadour.
The band quickly caught the attention of producer Gus Cryns (The Academy Is, Panic! At The Disco, Foxy Shazam, Escape The Fate) who helped produce and record their debut EP, “The Assayer”, which was released worldwide on March 13th, 2012.
Fight The Machine also shot and released a music video for "Cannibal", the first single from the new EP. The censored version of "Cannibal" gained over 20k unique views within its first week, and is still continuing to climb.
Buy "The Assayer" on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-assayer-ep/id510455736
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