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Mechanical Process / Press

"Mechanical Process held a little party at McNeil’s Tavern in North Providence on October 4th to celebrate the release of their second CD titled, Respect The Anger. This is the first full length album put out by the band since their debut EP in early 2012. Overall the show went off great, but As would be expected from one of the loudest bands in the state, the boys of Process drew the attention of North Providences finest, who showed up not once, but two times to tell them to keep it down!"

“Mechanical Process hit the stage for one last show before they roll into the studio to work on their full length album. We were treated to a sneak peek of a couple new tunes that will hopefully make their way onto the album, due out later this spring.”

“When these 4 guys come together to play...your face gets melted. That's just the way it is. Come out to a show and show support for your local scene. They don't disappoint!!”

Lisa Cote - musicinpictures.net

“German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's "Science of Logic" discusses "the mechanical process" - and all these years later, we have a Warwick, R.I., metal band called ... Mechanical Process! Think about that. Used to be, metal bands were content to name themselves by using a synonym for "black" or "darkness" plus a synonym for "Satan" or some form of deviltry. As in, Melanoid Hell-Wizard. Now? Arcane philosophy! Good on you, then, you Warwick metal dudes with your Marshall amped-notions of mechanism and implosion! Indeed, featuring a guitarist wonderfully called "Beef" and throwing down the sort of progressive death-core that would have the otherwise staid Hegel threshing through a mosh pit, Mechanical Process is a fine bet for weekend entertainment. They headline Friday in New London's Bank Street Cafe. - RICK KOSTER ”

“Mechanical Process made their hometown debut at The Ruins. MP is made up of former Hate For 1 members Mike D (vocals), Ricky Rick (drums) and former Isis Wept/Name in Vain guitarist Stewart Tiley, along with Samson Murray on Bass. Billing themselves as “RI hardcore” and we definitely get a strong Hatebreed vibe from them along with a solid Napalm Death grindy feel. It’s definitely a sound that you will not hear on the local scene right now. Mike’s vocal work is nothing at all like the old Hate For 1 stuff. Give them a listen and keep an eye out for them at a venue near you. We think you will like what you hear.”