Introducing THE MECHANIST with their new single ‘Timekeeper’

Leeds born progressive metalcore quintet THE MECHANIST present their brand new video for single ‘Timekeeper’ which is the first of the bands’ double A singles to be released. ‘Timekeeper’ is a technical, riffy and beautifully heavy track and the second song ‘Between The Lines’ is a more soulful and less frantic track; both tracks are a great contrast to give first listeners the perfect introduction to the band.

Thanks to Distorted Sound Magazine who premiered the video yesterday, you can now watch and share the link here below..

THE MECHANIST released their debut EP ‘Minds & Machines’ in early 2017 (recorded and produced by founding member Sam Parry) and spent the year gigging and establishing ourselves in the north of the UK and then they recorded these two new tracks with Mike Bennett at Foxhound Studios.

After being in writing mode over the summer for a brand new the environment within the band is very positive and collaborative. “We feel like we have the right balance of technicality and songwriting skill to create and play ridiculous music that you will want to put on repeat. Don’t take our word for it though, check out or tunes or get down to a show and see for yourselves! Get involved!” states the band.

THE MECHANIST’s new single ‘Timekeeper’ is out now.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pg/TheMechanistBand
Twitter: https://twitter.com/themechanistuk
Instagram: https://instagram.com/themechanistband/

THE MECHANIST are
James Cheal – Vocals
Jonny White – Guitar & Vocals
Sam Butterfield – Guitar
Alex Wem – Bass
Les Harrison – Drums

For all press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

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