Gramma Vedetta has released their new album The Hum Of The Machine in its entirety, as an 8Bit version. Available on their Bandcamp, this is a nice surprise for their fans as they await the release of the full album.
«We recommend listening to this gem in headphones while waiting for the full release, the one made with loud amplifiers, various noises, bang, crash, boom and aaaaaarrrrgghhgghgh, out on May 27th via Mandrone Records».
The idea was born from Marco’s experiments with the virtual-synth Super Audio Boy during the release of the previous EP and it has now become his (and the band’s) tradition to publish the rearranged songs in a version that pays homage to the music of 1980s and ’90s video games.
The artwork was created by Dan as a tribute to the cartridge artwork from Nintendo, Sega and Commodore 64.
Gramma Vedetta landed in the Year of 0x7E1, sailing through the storm of the south, with the purpose to bring to the Island an unheard blend of heavy rock, stoner and sci-fi stories painted of heavy riffs on loud amps.
1. A Chance To Win The Orb (8Bit)
2. Starlight Portal Show (8Bit)
3. Robots For War (8Bit)
4. A Broken Time Machine (8Bit)
5. The Electric Game (8Bit)
6. The Future Of The Past (8Bit)
7. Transmission’s On (8Bit)
8. The General Magnetic And The Spanish Wormhole (8Bit)
9. I Feel The Comfort (The Hum Of The Machine) (8Bit)
Daniele: Guitar, Vocals, Synth
Marco: Bass, Backing Vocals, Synth