Vocalist Scott Benzel and keyboardist Mike Fisher founded
Machines Of Loving Grace in Tucson (Arizona).
The keyboards-dominated Machines Of Loving Grace (Mammoth, 1991)
introduced a poppier clone of Nine Inch Nails and
Ministry that cannot reach the same homicidal
orgasm and drifts in a dense mindscape of philosophical masturbations.
Burn Like Brilliant Trash and Butterfly Wings were the first
The collaboration of Roli Mosimann
(of Swans fame)
Concentration (Atlantic, 1993), another
verbose and apocalyptic work. At time the dance beats are brutal and
the attack is ferociously punk-rock (Albert Speer), but
samples and electronics still rule.
The addition of second guitarist Tom Coffeen created a more
bombastic tone, but also got rid of the keyboard excesses on
Gilt (Atlantic, 1995).
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