Salt Lake City, UT based alt rock band, Spirit Machines started in early 2019 when forces were joined by a chemist, a former scene Czar, an online marketing extraordinaire who cut his chops in China & the most innovative bartender in SLC. After Pepper, DAve, Mike and Sergio conjoined they played show after show for a year straight.
By 2020 the band had recorded their debut record and was ready to release it just as the pandemic started. They did not falter or let the circumstances alter their course; the record came out. 6 weeks later the final track on the album, "ZOBER," a Zeppelin/Tool mashup was shared by Grammy Award Winners, Tool themselves.
Since then the song has been watched over a million times across all platforms. The band has received accolades from Revolver, Loudwire, American Songwriter, The Salt Lake Tribune & more. Alice Cooper even gave a nod to the band for a cover of "School's Out."
As the band moves towards their sophomore record, they have been defining their sound for the past two years. Many think the band is a part of the current resurgence of rock n' roll, but their sound is more like the new sound of rock. The band has a mix between the heaviest, hardest & most emotional of their kind.