Double vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. There are few truly unique musical artists, but the music made by MBR arguably exists in a category of it's own. "The main elements include chiptune, demoscene and video game music, thrash/death metal and some black metal as well as classical and symphonic patterns and progressive structures," explains sole progenitor and mastermind MBR. "But everything is programmed and done with synthesizers." The result, influenced as much by classical baroque music, bay area thrash metal, and Commodore 64 games, is a frenzied mashup of what logic suggests should be disparate sounds, but in the hands of MBR make sense, taking the listener in unexpected and always thrilling directions, smashing through genre walls."
Double vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. There are few truly unique musical artists, but the music made by MBR arguably exists in a category of it's own. "The main elements include chiptune, demoscene and video game music, thrash/death metal and some black metal as well as classical and symphonic patterns and progressive structures," explains sole progenitor and mastermind MBR. "But everything is programmed and done with synthesizers." The result, influenced as much by classical baroque music, bay area thrash metal, and Commodore 64 games, is a frenzied mashup of what logic suggests should be disparate sounds, but in the hands of MBR make sense, taking the listener in unexpected and always thrilling directions, smashing through genre walls."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: METAL BLADE
Rel. Date: 03/20/2020
UPC: 039842514512

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Artist: Master Boot Record
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 35.98
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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. There are few truly unique musical artists, but the music made by MBR arguably exists in a category of it's own. "The main elements include chiptune, demoscene and video game music, thrash/death metal and some black metal as well as classical and symphonic patterns and progressive structures," explains sole progenitor and mastermind MBR. "But everything is programmed and done with synthesizers." The result, influenced as much by classical baroque music, bay area thrash metal, and Commodore 64 games, is a frenzied mashup of what logic suggests should be disparate sounds, but in the hands of MBR make sense, taking the listener in unexpected and always thrilling directions, smashing through genre walls."