Human Dinosaur Machine is a four piece blend of 90s Grunge, Pop & Punk with an Australian edge that will bury it's hooks into you upon listening; a vocally raw truth beside humour & pain, supported by intricate rhythms and gorgeous melodies that will completely envelop you, the way music should.
HDM's birth in 2015 was the result of social refuge during a house party in Lismore between two strangers & a guitar. What started out as a jam sesh blossomed into four close friends making punk music together.
Human Dinosaur Machine's motivation has always been a brutalised, honest look at brains & all the fun highs and lows that come with personal well being, mental health & turning something good or bad into music.
2020 turned out being a good year moving forward for HDM - having their single 'Diary of Broken Bones' spun by Josh on Short.Fast.Loud for the 'new noise' as well as reaching #5 in the Amrap regional community radio charts for their single 'Spaghetti'.
Recently Human Dinosaur Machine were selected to strut their stuff at 'Music Is Life' Festival (postponed for Aprill 2022) and are very much looking out for more shows inbetween where possible during this crazy time..
Currently HDM are preparing for their first LP record with Al Pegg at Old Dog Studios.
HDM is Northern Rivers Punk
"HDM are like caged tigers with broken teeth - too wild, too angry, too loud, too BIG! to be boxed into a recording studio.
See 'em live!! See 'em soon!!" - Rob Hirst - Backsliders/Midnight Oil