Matt McJunkins and The Beta Machine Announce Debut EP 'All This Time' Available for Pre-order

Matt McJunkins and The Beta Machine are set to release their debut EP and are offering fan packages for their pre-order
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Matt McJunkins and drummer Jeff Friedl are best known as the hard-rocking rhythm section behind A Perfect Circle, Puscifer, Eagles of Death Metal, and others. Now the duo has decided to branch off to unleash music of their own under the moniker The Beta Machine. 

In their time off between tours, The Beta Machine has recorded a collection of songs that comprise their debut EP titled All This Time. The record is available for pre-order now on their Pledge Music page, where you can choose options from digital download or physical copy and even experiential packages that include a night out with the band, having them play a house party for you, and even a romantic walk on the beach or a Vegas bender vacation. 

The band writes:

We’re excited to let you know that we’re almost done with our debut EP for The Beta Machine. A lot of people have been asking when they can get more music from us, so we’re here to tell you, that the time is now!With a release date set for early January, we decided to team up with PledgeMusic for this initial, exclusive launch. We couldn’t be more pleased with how the process has gone to this point and we can’t wait for you to join us and review some of the fun packages listed in our Pledge store. We’re offering some unique experiences, one-on-one time with us and the band, special events for Pledgers, and original merchandise that will ONLY be available through our Pledge campaign.As soon as you pick a package, you’ll automatically be approved to watch the progress of the campaign with the us, and you’ll be notified of new updates, videos, and correspondence from The Beta Machine!Thank you for your support and being in this with usWe’ll see you very soon!

Hello, friends!

- Jeff and Matt 

To pre-order your copy now: CLICK HERE

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