Brisbane progressive maestro’s Opus of a Machine released their highly praised new album,Stray Fire, in early August.

The band went on to tour with Caligula’s Horse on three epic east coast shows that same month which garnered them new fans and emboldened their old!

Opus of a Machine will close out the year with a very special headline show at The Brightside in Brisbane on December 1 where they will play Stray Fire in FULL!

The albums 6 epic tracks including the 10 minute closer, Beacon, will be showcased as they are meant to be.

Joining the band on this special evening will be

Kodiak EmpireInovo and Sum Of Us

Saturday, December 1
The Brightside:  27 Warner St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Tickets from
wildthingpresents.com/tickets

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Formed in 2013, Opus Of A Machine have been a presence in the Australian progressive metal scene since releasing their debut album Simulacra. Known for pushing the creative boundaries of alternative, progressive rock by combining the experimental nature of the genre’s foundation with an electro, pop edge. Technical wizardry meets emotional introspection with pumping synths and skyscraping melodies all pinned down by a rock solid groove.

Having shared the stage with the likes of Seether, Caligula’s Horse, Twelve Foot Ninja, Voyager, Klone and Alithia, Opus Of A Machine’s live show is one of stirring dynamics chaotic energy and unabashed positivity.

Stray Fire Tracklisting
1. Strength in Stone
2. Up. Out.
3. WILD//UNKNOWN
4. Stray Fire
5. Rudi’s Song (Thirst for Life)
6. Beacon

Watch the video for Strength In Stone here and listen to Up.Out here

Stray Fire is out now
opusofamachine.bandcamp.com

Opus Of A Machine are:
Mitchell Legg – vocals and guitar
Zac Greensill – guitar
Dale Prinsse – bass
Trevor Gee – drums

Praise for Simulacra 
This  is  alternative  progressive  rock  performed  at  the  highest  level.” Moshville

(Stray Fire) is a stunning effort which manages to blend melodic, guitar-driven progressive rock and delicate, ambient post-rock with exhilarating energy and skill.” – Maximum Volume

If you only buy one Aussie prog album this year, you could do no better than make it this one.” –Sentinel Daily

Opus Of A Machine are for fans of
Tool, Opeth, Oceansize, Frost, Steve Vai, Devin Townsend, Caligula’s Horse

facebook.com/OpusOfAMachine