BIOMECHANICAL: Audio Interview With JOHN K Available

April 1, 2008

VM Underground recently spoke with BIOMECHANICAL mastermind John K and delved deep into the band's history and how the past had a profound effect on where the band is today with its latest release, "Cannibalised".

Check out the interview at this location.

BIOMECHANICAL guitarist Chris Van Hayden recently left the group as work on his own band CHAOSGENESIS intensified.

BIOMECHANICAL won't be looking for a new guitarist and will carry on with axeman Gus Drax as the only guitarist in the band.

"Cannibalised" was mixed by the legendary producer Chris Tsangarides (JUDAS PRIEST, BRUCE DICKINSON). The CD showcases an aggressive and confrontational side of BIOMECHANICAL, which is complemented by the addition of epic and cinematic-sounding orchestral tracks, adding to an exhilerating listening experience.

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