Album Review: The Soviet Machine – The Soviet Machine

After listening to the first track of this self titled debut album, my first reaction was to hit pause then head on over to the bands Bandcamp page and check out what I’ve been missing, my initial thought was, why have I not been party to this band before?  But after seeing that they were formed back in 2006, only released what looks like one single and an EP up to 2009 and then a small chill out ...

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