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Chrome Matrix

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Released  8 September 1997
Length  31:18
Artist  Superheist
Producer  DW Norton
Recorded  1996
Chrome Matrix (1997)  8 Miles High (1999)
Release date  8 September 1997
Genres  Nu metal, Death metal
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Label  Cut-Throat/Shock Records

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Chrome Matrix is the lesser known debut EP from Australian nu metal band Superheist, released by Cut-Throat / Shock Records in 1997 three years after their first release the Apocalypse demo, of which two hidden songs on the EP originate from.

Contents

Track listing

All music composed by DW Norton and Roderick McLeod except
track 3 by Mark Rachelle (Mushroom Records and Roderick McLeod.

Notes:

  • Track 3 is a remix of track 1
  • Track 4 starts at 0:00 and ends at 0:20, followed by 2 minutes and 20 seconds of silence (0:20 - 2:40) and the two hidden songs from Apocalypse demo: the first hidden track starts at 2:40 and the second hidden track starts at 7:23.
  • Credits

    Superheist
  • Roderick McLeod - vocals
  • DW Norton - guitar
  • Adam Donath - bass guitar
  • Adam Messenger - drums
  • Mark Rachelle - Keyboards
  • Production
  • Mark Rachelle - mixing on 1,2,3 and 5
  • DW Norton - mixing on 4
  • DW Norton, Roderick McLeod and Mark Rachelle - producer
  • John Ruberto, Crystal Mastering - mastering
  • Songs

    1Chrome Matrix4:07
    2Subhuman6:10
    3Platinum Matrix6:12

    References

    Chrome Matrix Wikipedia


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