Monster Voodoo Machine

Monster Voodoo Machine

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Monster Voodoo Machine a Canadian Industrial metal band, originally active from 1991 to 1998, has recently begun working on a new album.


Formed in Canada in 1991, Monster Voodoo Machine was the modern metal brainchild of Toronto musician/vocalist Adam (Doom) Sewell (brother of TNA Wrestling referee/wrestler Shane Sewell aka Shane "Glamour Boy" Sewell). M.V.M. was born of his desire to create a band to capture the wall-of-sound guitars and hardcore energy of bands like Quicksand, Black Flag and Discharge and to accent the overall sound with electronic, techno and hip hop influences. The end result was definitely not industrial, but rather sort of a sonic knife fight between Black Flag and Pop Will Eat Itself.

Along with original guitarist Mark Gibson, bassist Terry Landry and drummer Drew Gauley, M.V.M. very quickly established themselves within the Canadian underground music scene. Within their first 6 months of existence the band recorded 1 EP (“Burn” – released on Epidemic Records in 1992) and 1 full-length album (“Turbine” – still unreleased to this day) and film 2 promotional videos: “3 Year Plan” and “Bastard Child”. At this time the band also collaborated with techno group BTK (“Bastard Child – Techno Storm Mix”) and begin recording sessions with soul singers adding entirely new dimensions to their sound.

Over the next year the band added second guitarist Dave Rose and keyboardist Stacey Hoskin to the lineup. However,...
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