Rick Miller states, «Belief In Machine is my most recent album, in the genre of what I would call Progressive Rock. That term defining the type of music that was made famous throughout the 70’s by bands such as Genesis, The Moody Blues and Pink Floyd». Belief In Machine is the fourteenth release from Rick Miller actually.
Rick Miller has in recent years had a release pattern with the new albums. Every second year new music comes, so a new album was expected now. On Belief In Machine Miller plays almost all the instruments but reasonable enough he have some musical support. Sarah Young: Flute, Mateusz Swoboda: Cello, Barry Haggarty: Stratocaster, Kane Miller: Telecaster and a person only named Will: Drums and Percussion. Is very beautiful and atmospheric start on the album. Very nicely crafted and the sound og bass and cello is splendid. The music builds up the intensity when the guitar arrive and to say it briefly this is a wonderful and well varied song. The track Correct To The Core (11:35),
Belief In Machine is quite appealing and lovers of Pink Floyd, especially in their later years. An album with many different atmospheres and guitar and synths sharing the spot light in a very god and nice manner. The music filled with nice and smooth music and of course in a Miller setting the production is flawless once again. The title track Belief In Machine,
Canadian composer and multi-instrumentalist Rick Miller made his debut effort as a solo artist back in 1983 with the new age production Starsong, which shifted a highly respectable 30.000 units at the time. He would follow up this venture with Windhaven in 1987, and his efforts Interstellar Passage from 1998 and the EP No Passion, No Pain from 2009 would continue exploring similar musical territories. The track Need To Belief,
But after honing his craft working at Sound Design Studios in Toronto throughout the 80’s and 90’s, Miller wanted to have a go at his true musical love as well, atmospheric progressive rock inspired by artists such as Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues and Steve Hackett.