ANATOMY OF I: First Song Posted Online

"Organic Machine", the first song from "Substratum", the forthcoming debut album from ANATOMY OF I — the project featuring vocalist/guitarist Michael Dorrian, drummer Dirk Verbeuren (SCARVE, SOILWORK) and bassist Steve DiGiorgio (SADUS, DEATH, TESTAMENT) — can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

Commented Dorrian: "For the mix, we went with engineer extraordinaire Simone Mularoni at Fear Studio (Italy), who was recommended to me by my good friend Sym (MODERN AGE SLAVERY, EMPYRIOS).

"Over the course of the last decade, Simone has recorded/mixed numerous bands, ranging from rock and prog to power metal, death metal, etc... he understood the balance that we were aiming for, finding the right compromise between heaviness and subtle dynamics."


Michael Dorrian - Vocals, Guitar, Guitar Synth
Steve Di Giorgio - Fretless Bass
Dirk Verbeuren - Drums

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