Room: Caught By The Machine

Room SKU: 38544835
Room: Caught By The Machine

Room: Caught By The Machine

Room SKU: 38544835

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Title: Caught By The Machine
Artist: Room
Label: White Star
UPC: 5065002126252
Genre: Rock

Melodic-yet-progressive rock act The Room (who hail from the Southeast of the United Kingdom) have announced details of their third studio album 'Caught By The Machine'. This information follows their recent signing announcement with White Star Records, along with the launching of the first video single taken from the album - the upbeat and melodic pop-prog track 'Broken'. The sextet's third full-length 'Caught By The Machine' will be released in full on 22nd February 2019 via White Star Records. The Room explain that both the title and song content of 'Caught By The Machine' directly relates to the feeling one experiences when the state, a job, a relationship or even a drug begins to control their every living moment. It is a reflection on many aspects of the modern world, for better or worse. During the recording process of 'Caught By The Machine', The Room worked closely with White Star Records' co-owner and producer John Mitchell at Outhouse Studios, with Mitchell even singing backing vocals on a number of the album's tracks. Not only that, but White Star Records' own Kim Seviour provides guest vocals on the 8-minute theatrical epic 'Drowning In Sound'. Formed in 2010 by Andy Rowe along with Martin Wilson and Steve Anderson from neo-prog rock band Grey Lady Down, The Room never fail to deliver an outstanding performance - both in the studio and in a live environment. Nothing could stop the success of their 2012 debut album 'Open Fire' and 2015 follow-up 'Beyond The Gates'. These two studio releases saw the South-eastern sextet embark on a series of highly successful performances with the likes of Inglorious, Lifesigns and Soft Machine. Recent history has seen the band tucked away in the studio, writing and recording their upcoming third studio album 'Caught By The Machine'. Even in spite of this, The Room have still managed to rack up a nomination for Best New Band at the 2016 Classic Rock Society awards, as well as partaking in a busy festival season, some headline shows, and even the release of a live performance at Wolverhampton's The Robin 2 on DVD in 2017.

1.1 Bodies on the Road
1.2 Run
1.3 Broken
1.4 The Golden Ones
1.5 Just Walk Away
1.6 Drowning in Sound
1.7 Clover
1.8 Vanished
1.9 It's Not My Home
1.10 Bloodstream
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