Finite Automata | Unitcode Machine

Sedition Atlanta Presents

Finite Automata | Unitcode Machine

@Star Bar (website)

SatJun 11, 20229PM

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About The Event



After nearly 2 years of COVID hiatus, Finite Automata is back on tour!

Finite Automata began as a solo project in the summer of 2006 by front-man Mod Eschar (Dom Price). In 2007 Eschar was joined by founding member c. Grendel (Christopher Stanley); inspired by the groundbreaking works of Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly and other electronic acts such as Severed Heads and Project Pitchfork, the duo began to churn out a sonic onslaught of haunting melodies and demented mentally vexing vocals. They were joined later that same year by multi-instrumentalist Mat Syn (Mat Porter). The group has had a few lineup changes over the years, with Eschar remaining at the project’s creative core. The group began to become recognized nationally over time after touring extensively with notable acts such as God Module and Dismantled. Over the course of their career, they have also shared the stage on multiple occasions with Combichrist, Genitorterers, and 3Teeth. The group is currently based out of Atlanta, GA and consists of Eschar (vocals/live sampling/percussion) and Scott Storey (keys. Over the years, Eschar has broadened his artistic palette, and Finite Automata is currently working on a new release that promises to take the band in new creative directions.


The brainchild of Eric K, have been producing emotional and compelling music since 2000. With their first official release in 2004, UNITCODE:MACHINE established themselves as mix of multiple genres that inspire the group. Blending elements of EBM with industrial, synthpop, and many other styles, UNITCODE:MACHINE bring their unique perspective to electronic music. With the release of “Themes for a Collapsing Empire” unitcode:machine took a bold step forward regarding their writing style and content. Ending up on multiple Best Of lists for 2021, unitcode:machine stands out as one of the “newer” bands in the industrial adjacent genres. With the mantra of “Buy Me Now, I'll Change Your Life”, you'll be remiss to not see this show.