HAWKWIND Return To Sci-Fi Concept

If Dave Brock’s “Brockworld” that was released a few months ago didn’t get enough attention, his mothership’s forthcoming album seems to be gaining momentum way before its April 15th release. “The Machine Stops” is HAWKWIND‘s return to the world of solid science fiction, as it’s a concept work based on E.M. Forster’s short story, first published in 1909, a retrofuturistic classic by now whose dystopian outlook the Brit proggers embraced furiously, with a stage show complimenting the record. The band’s tour commences in March, but the CD and LP’s content have been announced now.

HAWKWIND - The Machine Stops

The Machine Stops

The album’s tracks are (read the review.):

1. All Hail The Machine
2. The Machine
3. Katie
4. King Of The World
5. In My Room
6. Thursday
7. Synchronised Blue
8. Hexagone
9. Living On Earth
10. The Harmonic Hall
11. Yum Yum
12. A Solitary Man
13. Tube
14. Lost In Science

February 11, 2016

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