LIKE MACHINES RELEASE “COME AND GET IT”
ANNOUNCE NEW EP “SUPERVILLAIN” EP TO DROP 9/10
Atlanta duo LIKE MACHINES, tipped by Alternative Press as one of the “10 Modern Rock Bands That Prove The Genre Is Far From Dead,” have dropped the lyric video for their new single “COME AND GET IT.”
The band — vocalist/guitarist Andrew Evans and bassist/drummer Tanner Hendon — will release its new EP Supervillain on September 10. Pre-save it here.
“‘COME AND GET IT‘ was the last song we started for the EP,” the band says. “We wanted to do something fun and hype, and a little less dark. It gets you pumped up. If we were baseball players, it would be our walkout song! It really seems to round out the EP and give the whole body of work a different tone.”
Like Machines will hit the road with Pop Evil this month and into September. The band will also appear at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville. All dates are below.
SUPERVILLAIN EP TRACK LISTING:
“COME AND GET IT”
LIKE MACHINES TOUR DATES:
WITH POP EVIL:
8/29 — Inwood, WV — Shiley Acres
9/1 — Syracuse, NY — Westcott Theater
9/15 — Baltimore, MD — Rams Head Live
9/16 — Sayreville, NJ — Starland Ballroom
9/17 — Portland, ME — Aura
9/18 — Hampton Beach, NH — Wally’s
9/21 — Huntsville, AL — Mars Music Hall
9/22 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre
9/23 — Destin, FL — Club LA
9/26 — Louisville, KY — Louder Than Life*
ABOUT LIKE MACHINES:
The pair of lifelong friends first met in their hometown of Atlanta, GA during elementary school, simultaneously developing a passion for hard rock, jamming together, and launching Like Machines in 2019. They shared stages with everyone from Clutch, Avatar, Pop Evil, Crobot, ’68, Hero The Band, and Fozzy in addition to hitting the high seas on the Chris Jericho Cruise. 2020’s Hear Freedom Ring EP boasted the breakout single “Kaiser” [657K Spotify streams] and “Hear Freedom Ring” [480K Spotify streams]. Throughout 2020, they recorded remotely with legendary producer Bob Marlette [Shinedown, Black Sabbath, Rob Zombie, Seether]. This time around, they prominently infused electronic drums, keyboards, and synths, falling under the unexpected inspiration of Dua Lipa and Post Malone. The band has tallied over 2 million streams and a million YouTube views, as well.