From the Los Angeles Times
By BILL LOCEY
NOV. 25, 1993 |12 AM
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Machines of Loving Grace come across like the Marines of Loving Grace with a Hersey bar in one hand and an M-16 in the other–but with a song in their stout little hearts.
Interview Edge 1997 with Mike Fisher
by Scott Mallone
This is only the first part. There is also a second part coming soon.
IE: Whats up in the studio?
Mike Fisher: We are currently working on the next record in our own studio (Sensory Deprivation Labs). Band members involved at this point include myself,
Asylem 1996 Interview with Mike Fisher
by Michael Caradonna
“We’re playing for a different type of audience now,” explains Mike Fisher, keyboardist for Machines of Loving Grace during a phone-in interview. Their current tour with the heavy metal band Korn was coming to a close and it had been a different experience from earlier tours.
Rad Magazine Interview
by James Bonisteel
Machines…they are a very interesting band to see. They really had a way of getting the audience going, from Scott jumping into the audience and trying to surf all the way to the back. From listening to their new album, “Gilt,” this by far is one of the better albums they have put out in awhile.
NT Interview with Mike Fisher (1996)
by Mike Glader
Machines of Loving Grace, who graced the airwaves a couple of years ago with the hit Butterfly Wings are back with a new album and a new sound. During the tour for their last album, Concentration, the band decided to go with a more live approach to recording,
Interview With Jay Tiftickjian
by Jay Tiftickjian
The Machines of Loving Grace have been one of the more prominent industrial/computer bands with the success of 1993 “Butterfly Wings” off of their second album, Concentration, as well as “Golgotha Tenement Blues” from The Crow Soundtrack. With their new offering, Gilt, the Machines have taken a more straight forward,
E-mail Interview With Mike Fisher
by Nevin Martell
In ten years one won’t have to leave the privacy of his or her computer terminal in order to interact with the rest of the world. All mail will be e-mailed, classes will be conducted via simultaneous conference programs, homework assignments will be zipped across the net in mere seconds and computer dating will be the first steps towards an electronically enhanced marriage.
Machines of Loving Grace
Reprinted from , Issue #3, 1994
courtesy M.F. Mauceri and Bikini Magazine
RIOT HOUSE GAME
High Hand, High Spade In The Hole,
Quarter On The Four, Roll Your Own
Forget Robert Bly. Don’t think you need to beat drums naked in the woods to reaffirm your manhood.
Industrial Nation’s Interview With Machines Of Loving Grace (1994)
by Kim Traub
IN: I want to start off with Scott. In one of your bios…
Scott: Our bios are all lies and incorrect!
IN: Ok, well then explain this lie; You said that “tension is what ends up defining us.”
Interview with Scott Benzel and Stuart Kupers (1993)
by Jon Bains
The first time I heard of Machines of Loving grace was when somebody came up to me at a club I was DJing at and asked had I ever heard of them. My answer at the time was, of course, no. Luckily I managed to acquire this first album and first couple of 12″s “Rite of Shiva”