Formed as simply a metamorphosis of cult speed metal act, Znowhite, Chicago's Cyclone Temple stormed back onto the Thrash Metal scene with their Combat Records debut album, I Hate Therefore I Am, and the future was finally looking extremely prosperous for the band. Unfortunately, as with far too many bands back then, they were unable to fully capitalize on the growing momentum because of personal struggles within their ranks and then the sudden closing of Combat Records. When Sony Records closed the doors at Combat Records this left the band without a label, but instead of calling it quits the band regrouped and soldiered on. They continued combining elements of thrash metal, groove and even reggae into a style we think was misunderstood and too far ahead of it's time back in the early '90s. Building Errors in the Machine and My Friend Lonely are two formerly independent and diverse releases are collected here in this deluxe edition reissue with re-mastered audio and new essay by Editor-in-Chief of AOL Music's Noisecreep, Carlos Ramirez. For the fans, by the fans!