Swedish metallers MACHINAE SUPREMACY have finished filming a video for the song "Through the Looking Glass". The track comes off the group's Spinefarm Records debut, a remixed version of their indie album "Redeemer", which was released on November 8, 2006.According to Spinefarm, MACHINAE SUPREMACY "made [its] place in history by being one of the first bands to successfully embrace and utilize the Internet and file-sharing to gain a huge fanbase before ever having signed a record deal, received airplay or any form of sponsored promotion. They've reached out to all corners of the world, from Israel and China to the USA and Australia, and today [their] website has over 100,000 song downloads every month (that's roughly 650 gigabytes of music being downloaded monthly). Their unique blend of metal, soundtrack and video game music has earned them even more praise and elevation in the underground music scene, and today MACHINAE SUPREMACY receives fanmails from all over the planet on a daily basis." Spinefarm recently announced an unlikely partnership between MACHINAE SUPREMACY and The Royal Symphonic Philharmonic Orchestra. "PLAY! A Video Game Symphony" is a ground-breaking world tour extravaganza, which sees classical music, video games and heavy metal collide to create an exciting musical experience. MACHINAE SUPREMACY will perform live at the prestigious Stockholm Concert Hall on June 2 under the guidance of London Symphony Orchestra conductor Arnie Roth. Performed by full orchestra and choir, "PLAY! A Video Game Symphony" features award-winning music from a catalogue of blockbuster video game titles. Outstanding graphics on large screens above the orchestra accompany the scores, highlighting memorable moments from the video games.
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