Punters will get to see three hours of Machine Head across two sets.
BURN MY EYES
“We have grown apart as people”
First he said “no apologies”, but now he’s asked for a second chance.
Machine Head are known to inflict plenty of damage onstage, but it turns out the band was dealing with some damage of their own offstage during their recent Australian tour. The metal kingpins have just uploaded a 20-minute video diary, documenting the tail-end of their visit Down Under, and revealing that frontman Robb Flynn was
They’ve already added a second Melbourne show to their forthcoming An Evening With Machine Head headline tour, and now Machine Head have a second Sydney show lined up after selling out the first. The new show will take place at the Metro Theatre on Friday, 26th June. Now backed by their latest studio album, 2014’s
Due to demand, Machine Head have added a second Melbourne show to their forthcoming An Evening With Machine Head headline tour, after selling out their first Melbourne gig in just over a week. The extra date at 170 Russell will take place on Tuesday, 23rd June. An Evening With Machine Head will see the Californian
California heavy metal outfit Machine Head have announced they will be returning to Australia for a headline tour in support of their eighth full-length studio album, Bloodstone & Diamonds. An Evening With Machine Head will see the legendary metal act kick off their Australian jaunt at Melbourne’s 170 Russell on 22nd June before taking their
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn has once again let loose in an epic rant posted to the California metal outfit’s official Facebook page, expressing his fury towards iTunes for leaking two tracks off Machine Head’s new album Bloodstone & Diamonds, weeks ahead of their scheduled release. According to the frontman, the album’s lead single Now
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn has let loose on the music industry and seemingly everything else in an epic rant posted to the California metal outfit’s official Facebook page. In the post, Flynn expresses frustration with, among other things, what he perceives as an apathy towards music. “The music business has sucked the life out
“DID AVENGED SEVENFOLD COPY MACHINE HEAD’S LOGO?” That’s the beginning of a recent post put up on the official Facebook page of metal legends Machine Head. The band have been alerted to the fact that the new stage backdrop used by fellow Californians Avenged Sevenfold bears a resemblance to their 16-year-old “lion’s crest” band logo.
Machine Head have posted a scathing statement directed at El Paso, Texas based radio station 95.5 FM, KLAQ Official after a journalist called out the band upon discovering the metal greats employ the use of ‘fake’ speaker cabinets in their live shows. Machine Head have returned fire, explaining that it’s not only common practice, but
Ex-Fear Factory member Christian Olde Wolbers has staked his claim to be the new bass player in Machine Head, posting an audition video on YouTube. The Dutch-born musician – who was bass player for nine years (1993-2002) and guitarist for six years until his departure in 2008 – is now in with a shot of
Ready to move on from the recent departure of bassist Adam Duce, Machine Head have announced that they will be holding auditions to fill the role, giving fans the opportunity to rise to the occasion and jam with Machine Head, potentially forever. This will be a rare chance to become a key member of the
Machine Head are on the hunt for a new bass player after Adam Duce quit the band in “amicable” circumstances. A statement on the band’s official website revealed that despite Duce’s departure, the band are still going to press on with writing and creating their follow-up to 2011’s Unto the Locust. Here’s the official statement:
According to the latest post on Robb Flynn’s The General Journals: Diary of a Frontman…and other Ramblings blog, running on the band’s official website, Machine Head are gearing up to begin the new album process “this week or next”. Most fans are still drooling at the mouth over their 2011 release Locust, but of the
Well, it’s been a hectic year for California heavy metal outfit Machine Head hasn’t it. After being banned from Orlando’s The House Of Blues by none other than Disney, as well as several medical issues and a stack of other issues, their American tour took things to the next level. Set to play a gig
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn has postponed his band’s current tour to undergo emergency surgery. Flynn is suffering from a double inguinal hernia that causes the singer a considerable amount of pain. Originally planning to have the surgery in January after Machine Head’s current tour had concluded, the pain caused by the infliction has forced
Machine Head have been forced to cancel a show due to an ongoing ban by Disney. Currently on tour with All That Remains, Black Dahlia Murder and Dethklok, Machine Head were scheduled to play at The House of Blues in Orlando, Florida on December 4. Unfortunately for the Californian metal act, the property is owned