Manufracture was founded in summer 2010, by musician Adam Pirmohamed, and co-founded by guitarist Alex Bishop, both based in the Wirral. They jammed for a couple of weeks, and a solid writing partnership was quickly formed. After a trip to Bloodstock of that same year, Adam was infused with a new drive to do something new in metal, and hoped to combine his strong progressive influences and experimental mindset, with the more classic, thrashy style of co-founder Alex Bishop.
Soon, drummer Adam Leyland joined the band, and the work began. After quickly recruiting a bassist and completing the lineup, the group began to put on shows around the Liverpool area. When the original bassist became unavailable due to circumstances beyond his control, bassist Jay Bold happily filled in on a temporary basis, but soon became a full time member.
After gaining further experience doing local shows, the band decided it was time to branch out, and took some of their material into the studio, to record their first release.
Their debut self-titled mini-album was released on the 30th of May 2011, and Debuted at a local Mini-Festival the same day. As of December 5th 2011, it was made free to listen online.
Their second bassist was let go in September of 2011, as the band felt that he was not able to fully commit to the group.
The band is currently, and will be for the next 3 years whilst they complete their University educations, mostly active during holidays and breaks.