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Recorded by Programmable Animal
Mixed and Mastered by Anthony Wonaitis
Copyright Anthony Wonaitis
Album artwork by Kristen Hodges
"Front man Anthony Wonaitis does not hold back one bit as he pushes himself to utilize his full, unadulterated morbidity to help listeners become completely consumed by the soundscape. With a certain uniqueness and avid devotion to not only creating new music but getting the band’s name out there, there’s no foreseeable reason Programmable Animal won’t be taking over the world in the near future." - Grace Kennedy ReGen Magazine
"This album is a well-executed project from start to finish. For an independently recorded album, it delivers its intended message with tremendous focus, execution and production." - Joel Beverly of Heavy Metal 107
"Programmable Animal are especially interesting because of lush production that creates a fully immersive sound and unique compositional techniques that allow their new record Drepsea to soar above the competition, heavy metal for a modern age, filled with all sort of mysterious factory sounds that a middle class suburban boy like me might never understand. Yet, despite all of this Drepsea speaks to something in all of us, something distinctly human."
- Matt Baggins of Two Guys Metal Reviews
"This isn't a bad debut album by far. They definitely have strength in numbers, and with those numbers comes a certain creative energy that drives out a nice sound. Emerging from Illinois, don't be shocked if they soon take over the world." - Steve Gullotta of Brutal Resonance
"Programmable Animal can best be described as a newfangled hybrid of Nine Inch Nails and Coal Chamber, the best of both serving as foundation — upon which they continue to build their own identity. Drepsea is a means to such an end, further cementing their claim and putting them at the forefront of the modern-day Industrial Revolution."
- Evan Morgan of Poet and Pariah
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