Gizmachi Set March Release For New Album, Recruit Soilwork Singer Björn “Speed” Strid


Gizmachi will return from a lengthy hiatus with their sophomore album “Omega Kaleid” on March 12th via CEN/The Orchard. The band released their debut album “The Imbuing” back in 2005. They received some notoriety after performing on the ‘Ozzfest‘ that year after being touted and produced by Slipknot percussionist M. Shawn “Clown” Crahan, who released “The Imbuing” via his Big Orange Clown Records label.

Since then the band launched this crowdfunding campaign for this album back in 2012, which left some of the 104 backers upset that the record had yet to arrive several years afterwards.

Now, in yet another twist, the band had Soilwork, etc. frontman Björn “Speed” Strid handle the vocals on this forthcoming record, which was produced/engineered by Jay Hannon (Byzantine, Gods Below Us) and mixed by Mark Lewis, (DevilDriver, The Black Dahlia Murder). Strid commented of his involvement:

“Being a part of the new Gizmachi record was one of the most challenging adventures I’ve experienced. I can honestly say that I’ve grown as a metal singer since recording these vocals.”

Broken Ends” emerges as the first single from the release and is available to stream below.

Omega Kaleid” track listing:

01 – “Winter
02 – “Paradox
03 – “Broken Ends
04 – “Turned To Dust
05 – “Sky
06 – “Inner Visions
07 – “Shattered Dream
08 – “Look What I’ve Become
09 – “Trick My Soul
10 – “New Day (Everything to Lose)
11 – “Omega Kaleid

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