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APE MACHINE Announce West Coast Tour Dates


 
Portland, Oregon's Ape Machine is hitting the road for the third time this year, once again plowing their way across the urban wastelands of the U.S. West Coast!  

For the first time since the band's landmark European tour this past June, Ape Machine is revisiting the frequent haunts of past West Coast tours, all in the support of the band's critically-acclaimed Ripple Music debut, Mangled By The Machine. The quartet that admittedly is "out to melt faces and pound the apathy out of otherwise jaded listeners" is eager to bring the live Machine back to stages, and show the masses what hard and heavy music is supposed to do to the senses.  

"We spent sixteen days trekking across Europe and that experience helped us refine our live set to be much more precise," states guitarist and band founder, Ian Watts. "We're a live band. The album (Mangled By The Machine) was recorded in a live setting and all in one session. It's a natural setting for us and a place we itch to get back to every time we get off the road."
APE MACHINE West Coast Tour Dates:

Aug 16th @ Blue Lamp - Sacramento, Ca.
Aug. 17th @ Audie's Olympic - Fresno, Ca.
Aug. 18th @ The Local Bar (Hangover Sundays) - Anaheim, Ca.
Aug. 19th @ Soda Bar - San Diego, Ca.
Aug. 20th @ The Royal Dive - Oceanside, Ca.
Aug. 21st @ On The Rox - West Hollywood, Ca.
Aug. 22nd @ Dex Records - Chico, Ca.
Aug. 23rd @ Oak Street Speakeasy - Eugene, Or.
Aug. 24th @ New Frontier Lounge - Tacoma, Wa.
 
Mangled By The Machine was released in early May of 2013 by Ripple Music, and is distributed throughout the North America through Nail/Allegro Distribution, the UK through Code 7, and Continental Europe through Clearspot International.

 
  
"I never thought I'd find a stoner-rock group that will appeal to fans of The Sword and Whitesnake, but here it is. No seeds or stems, either." -Tucson Weekly

"Blending equal parts rock 'n' roll, blues, stoner rock and psychedelia, Ape Machine is a band whose heart is steeped in the rich musical history of the late '60s and '70s. That doesn't mean they're some kind of hippie dippy throwback band. Ape Machine delivers their material with heavy metal muscle..."- Noisecreep.com
A true four-piece, Portland, Oregon's APE MACHINE has been called "a rock and roll band with a finger on the pulse of the 70's and their asses firmly in the present" and "real heavy-psych for the iPhone generation" that delivers "true guts and glory rock and roll." Combining psychedelic, classic and progressive rock with arena-worthy metal, bluesy stoner-rock and catchy riffs in odd signatures, APE MACHINE's music carries an organic depth and warmth rarely heard since the time of rock's glorious early years (or your Dad's bad ass record collection) infused with an exceptional modern sensibility. Having finished up a shortSouthwestern and West Coast U.S. jaunt with Austrian retro-rock sensation, Been Obscene, APE MACHINE is preparing to take their laser precision, yet frenzied live show to Europe in late May (including dates with the much vaunted Orange Goblin) in support of their brand new album, Mangled By The Machine.

Mangled By The Machine is scheduled for world-wide release on May 14th, 2013 through Ripple Music. The album was recorded and mixed by Tony Lash at Supernatural Sound in Oregon City, Oregon, and in typical, unique APE MACHINE fashion, the album was recorded as one long continuous track in one take. Broken into ten individual chapters,Mangled By The Machine is an angry conceptual piece of music that takes a cue from the masters of the 70's progressive masters, yet reflects the immediacy of the chaotic world all around us.


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