Steve Smyth，多支出名樂團像Testament、Nevermore和Forbidden等的前結他手；Mikkel Sandager，Mercenary前任主音；Jamie Hunt，Biomechanical前結他手；Tomas Koefoed，Mnemic前低音結他手；Raphael Saini，Chaoswave前鼓手。四人共通點都在一個「前」字，令這由Steve Smyth親自選卒、成員來自完全不同國家的新樂團One Machine，看來就像個重金屬界的失業俱樂部。
這明星組合將於下年推出第一張專輯，第一首派台歌《One Machine》完全發揮了眾人所長，兩位結他手馳名的高速高技術solo互鬥，加上Mikkel Sandager多元多變的唱腔，有點像想在Nevermore解散之後，重造《This Godless Endeavor》之前的他們 － 有趣的是Nevermore在《This Godless Endeavor》會變得不過份偏向營造氣氛而更重型更技術化，Steve Smyth的加入是原因之一。且看下年專輯正式面世時，各位Nevermore fans是否真的終於找到另一個歸宿了。
We have Steve Smyth, the famous guitarist that stayed in several world-class famous bands like Testament, Nevermore and Forbidden; Mikkel Sandager, the former vocalist of Mercenary, Jamie Hunt, original Biomechanical guitarist, Tomas Koefoed, Mnemic's last bassist; and Raphael Saini, who was the drummer for Chaoswave not too long ago. The common charactieristic among all of them, is the use of past tense in description of their tenures. For present tense they have One Machine, the new project started by Steve Smyth with each member hand-picked by him, whom are from all different countries. That make One Machine some unemployment club for heavy metal musicians.
Before the release of their debut album in 2014, the band released the title track of the band as their first single before the end of this year. Showcasing the outstanding as always talent of the two guitarist as well as versatile vocal performance by Mikkel Sandager, One Machine sounds just like the deceased Nevermore in their pre-This Godless Endeavor time. That's interesting, as one reason Nevermore switched from their usual atmostpheric route to became heavier more technical in This Godless Endeavor, was the joining of Steve Smyth in that album. Let's see if One Machine is really the new Sanctuary for all longing Nevermore fans.