Now this was a show I could really sink my teeth into. I had seen Machine Head once before a number of years ago and they had left a seriously lasting impression. Paired up with some of the biggest and meanest names in Metal to date – Times Of Grace, Shadows Fall and Chimaira, this
Music students at Tulsa Oklahoma’s Booker T. Washington High School couldn’t believe their luck last week when Machine Head‘s singer guitarist Rob Flynn and bassist Adam Duce dropped in to pay the class a visit. The duo were invited by one of the school’s music teachers, who is friends with Duce, at the request of
Machine Head recently invited a lucky 13-year-old fan on stage to play on their song Aesthetics of Hate from The Blackening. The boy, named Anthony Potenza, attended their show at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, New York in the US, holding up a sign saying “Let This 13-Year-Old Play ‘Aesthetics of Hate’ With You”. The
Too lazy to make a playlist in preparation for Soundwave 2012? Well then you’re in luck. The annual Soundwave Festival 2CD compilation will be released on Friday February, 10 via 3Wise Records. With 40 tracks in this total, this collection of metal, rock and punk will have you foaming at the mouth with the thought of seeing System Of A Down, Machine Head, Bush, Thursday and Strung
Dave McClain from Machine Head has confirmed that the band almost broke up during The Blackening Tour, which ran much longer than the band first expected.
Machine Head have announced Australian tour dates with Chimaira, Shadows Fall and Times of Grace, while out here on the Soundwave 2012 line up. They will play two shows, one at the UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney, and one at The Palace in Melbourne. Machine Head, masters of their craft, have been redefining the genre for
I remember listening to the first Machine Head album Burn My Eyes some 17 years ago. It was brutal and heavy – how I liked my music back then. But as time and tastes change, I moved away from Machine Head until I got given this album, and I’m wondering why I left them behind
Speed Metal icons and one of the “Big 4” Anthrax have announced the title of their new album – Worship Music. The record will be Anthrax’s ninth studio record and the first record with returning vocalist Joey Belladonna.
Californian heavy metal band Machine Head have revealed that their upcoming seventh studio album will be released in September. The band are currently in Green Day’s Jingletown Studios on Oakland recording the yet to be titled release. In a recent interview with Horns Up Rocks!, Dave McClain (Drummer) said “We had some time off and
Machine Head will head into the studio this weekend to start recording their new record.
Machine Head are visionaries; creating ferocious, captivating music.