By: William Pace
All Good Things kicks down the door and pounds you in your chest with their eighth studio compilation Machines. You can’t ask more from an album; this will rock the hell out of you! It flows perfectly. I’ve listened to it three times now and it just sounds better and better. Time to crank it up and piss off your neighbors–turn it up to 11! You need Machines in your playlist because All Good Things were born ready and wild, and they’re bringing the fight! I give this 10/10. This one does it for me, firing on all cylinders!
Liz Hooper, the bass player/keyboardist/vocalist of the band, had this to say: “With our new album Machines, we have tried to stay true to the spirit and energy that won our fans over in the first place. We glorify the underdog, going all in despite the odds, surviving the unsurvivable battles, and then balls out gloating in victory!”
Dan Murphy – Vocals, Guitar (The Aftershow)
Andrew Bojanic – Guitar, Vocals (Avril Lavigne)
Liz Hooper – Bass, Keyboard, Vocals (Liz Phair)
Miles Franco – Guitar, Bass, Vocals (The Goodnight)
Randy Cooke – Drums (Dave Stewart, Ringo Starr)
If you’re a wrestling fan you’ve heard All Good Things on WWE Main Event, NXT, Smackdown, WWE 2K17, Battleground 2014, and The Undertaker’s theme song. That’s impressive in itself just with the millions of WWE fans hearing their music in their shows, events, and video games, but wait there’s more! Their music has also been featured on some of today’s biggest shows like Bones, Prison Break, Chicago Fire, Vampire Diaries, Quantico, and that’s just a few. The list of where you’ve heard them and probably didn’t even know it is seemingly endless.
Machines from All Good Things Is Available Now!