Machine Head Moves June London Show Back to Brixton Academy After “Beer Gate”

Machine Head has moved their previously announced show at Alexandra Palace back to Brixton Academy, in spite of “Beer Gate” earlier this month “Beer Gate” happened when a fan dumped a full beer on the soundboard, halting Machine Head’s performance after a few songs. The band has issued an update and a special discount for fans, both those who lost out on the aborted show and those who bought new tickets for June. See the message below. The band continues to support their “Burn My Eyes 25” tour celebrating the bands’ reunion and performance of their debut album every night. Playing in their usual “An Evening With” format, the shows consisting of a “modern” set of songs with new members Vogg Kieltyka and Matt Allston and the classic set of BME. Continue reading

Watch Machine Head Play “The Rage To Overcome”, USA Tour Pre-Sales Go Live

There has been a lot of activity in the Machine Head camp lately. The band named their new members, kicked off their first Burn My Eyes 25 tour dates last weekend in Europe, and finally (!) announced the same tour for the USA. The pre-sales for that tour on sale today, with the links and code below. In the meantime, watch the band playing their BME deep cut classic ‘The Rage To Overcome’ live in the studio, with some effects.

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Machine Head Books “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Show in Hollywood

Machine Head has booked the first US show for the “Burn My Eyes 25” tour, this December 20th at the Hollywood Palladium. The tour will feature singer and guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Jared MacEachern joined by original BME alumni Chris Kontos and Logan Mader, along with two new as yet unnamed new members of Machine Head. Building on their wildly popular ‘An Evening With…’ format, these not-to-be-missed shows will be a three-hour musical extravaganza, comprised of two parts. Part I – will feature modern MH classics, such as ‘Imperium’, ‘Halo’, and, ‘The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears’ while part II – will feature the Bay Area band’s classic debut album, Burn My Eyes played in its entirety for the first time ever. This show is expected to sell out.

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