METAL MUSIC MACHINE is the new band/project of two ex-Templebeat’s member grown up in Treviso (Italy) in 2002.Templebeat released two albums: Black Suburbia on Dynamica records, voted best album of the month on New Life, and Mediasickness on Submission records and they supported Pankow into two European tours and took part in many festivals such as Popkomm in Colony (Germany). They were the first Italian band that appeared on MTV Europe interviewed by Paul King and that took part on John Peel’s notorious programme on BBC. METAL MUSIC MACHINE is a mix of industrial tecno-punk. Their debut, Feedback, came out on Kodemusik records in 2004, had positive review on musical magazines and took the band to performed into the best Italian club. Their second album, In Cold Blood is a 7-tracks CD of genuine tecno-punk, digital hypnotic labourer which service muscular movement without a moment’s rest and is now release by Sottomondo/Rustblade records. Here, hammer drill and perspirations works at a fast rate. In Cold Blood runs in parallel on different scenes and strike predictability obstacols. Work contains three studio tracks, two live tracks and two remixes and is featuring producers or musicians such as P. Favati (NIN, Pankow), G. Ricci (Ran, Templebeat) e G. Russolo as for picture sleeve made by the artist Saturno Buttò.