According to Rock N Growl Promotion, the German prog metallers ASSIGNMENT are proud to announce the official Release Party for the new record “Inside of the Machine“. The Event incl. Meet & Greet with the band and Robin Beck, Michael Bormann & Carsten Kaiser will take place on Friday, October 4th, in Gütersloh´s KULT Bar from 08.00 pm.
“We have a limited number of seats available, so if you want to secure a nice seating place please reserve through contacting the Band though their Facebook –www.facebook.com/AssignmentMusic or Official Website – www.assignment-music.com, it´s for FREE.”
“Inside Of The Machine“, which will be released on October 11th via Mausoleum Records. The stunning artwork conceived by Belgium-based graphic artist Didier Scohier (Asia, Dokken, Ian Gillan, Uriah Heep, Code Of Silence, Max Pie). The cover art is available below along with the tracklist.
1. Upload The System
2. The Intrusion
3. I Am The Machine
5. Love Between Heaven & Hell
7. Messiah’s Fall
8. Ending Love
9. Another Sacrifice
10. Electric City
11. Walk Alone
12. Eternal Silence
13. Bug In The System
14. End Of The Machine
The brand new song “Ending Love” feat. Robin Beck and Michael Bormann can be streamed here:
ASSIGNMENT are: Goran Panic (guitars), Gert Sprick (keyboards), Heiko Maag (bass), & Sven Pollkötter (drums).
The new album is a conceptual masterpiece including ROBIN BECK, MICHAEL BORMANN (ex-Jaded Heart, Bonfire), MATS LEVEN (ex-Malmsteen, Addagio), & CARSTEN KAISER (ex-Angel Dust) on vocals.
Already combining various influences like Queensryche & Fates Warning, but also adding segments in the styles of Ayreon or early Pain of Salvation, the band is hoping to secure a permanent record deal in the near future. Fans can expect hard-edged riffs, catchy hooks, & unexpected turnovers in more than 70 minutes running time; special guest appereance of Bernie Versailles (Redemption) on lead guitar.
ASSIGNMENT stands for music without boundaries, as our musical influences are spread over the whole Rock & Metal genre. From Death Metal to Progressive Rock but having always the focus on the melodies and arrangements.