Machine Head has announced they have rescheduled their second run of European tour dates for their Burn My Eyes 25 tour. The band dropped the new dates and a message to fans you can see below. Continue reading
Machine Head has been forced to cancel its upcoming tour of Europe and the United Kingdom due to the Coronavirus. The band was to kick off their dates April 19th in Spain. Many of their dates were to be canceled and more still postponed. The bands hopes to reschedule the entire tour for the fall, but possibly later than that. The band has shared a message with fans: Continue reading
Machine Head has announced Australia and New Zealand tour dates for their smashing Burn My Eyes 25 World Tour. The dates take place in September 2020 and can be seen and purchased below. The band is also holding a contest to win tickets, with details below. Following the “An evening with…” format with no openers, the shows consist of two headline sets with the six members of Machine Head, including three original members (Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos) performing all of their 1994 classic debut, Burn My Eyes (Roadrunner Records). The band just wrapped up their North American tour with many sold-out ragers and are kicking off a new leg of European dates next month. Watch the teaser announcement for the tour now!
Machine Head has shared another live in the studio performance video of the band running through a Burn My Eyes (Roadrunner Records) classic cut. The bad is set to kick off more Burn My Eyes 25 Tour Dates soon. We will also potentially hear another new Machine Head song soon, the next in a series of forthcoming singles, including one written by Robb Flynn and Logan Mader. Once released, it will be their first track written together since 1997’s The More Things Change album. Check out the deep cut ‘I’m Your God Now’! Continue reading
In a new social media post listing off 2019’s “little accomplishments” for 2019 in a year-end social media post, Robb Flynn revealed that he has seven new songs written for a future series of standalone singles by Machine Head. In addition in a recent episode of Flynn’s “No Fuckign Regrets Podcast with Robb Flynn,” he revealed one of the new songs was written with Logan Mader, the first by the two since the sessions for The More Things Change (Roadrunner) in 1996. Mader and Flynn have reunited with Chris Kontos for the Burn My Eyes 25 World Tour. Flynn has also recorded a solo album of covers that will release under the moniker of Robb Flynn & Friends. Machine Head’s recent single ‘Do Or Die’ was a controversial diss track that has been interpreted as a dig at detractors from the bands’ last album Catharsis (Nuclear Blast). Continue reading
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
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.
Machine Head kicked off their first Burn My Eyes 25 tour dates this weekend in Europe. Now the band has announced a winter run of tour dates in clubs and theaters in North America. All dates are below. The tour dates kick-off in Phoenix on Jan 16th in Arizona, and continue across Texas, Florida, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Denver wrapping up at the legendary Fox Theater in their hometown of Oakland, CA. on Feb 21st, and Anaheim, CA. Tickets go on sale at 10 am local time, Friday October 11th – link and code can be seen below. Watch the band playing their BME classic ‘The Rage To Overcome’ live in the studio.
Machine Head has spent the summer gearing up for the “Burn My Eyes 25” World Tour, featuring two line-ups of the band performing in one night. A new MH track ‘Do Or Die’, will be released next month along with the announcement of the U.S leg of the band’s Burn My Eyes tour. Ghost Cult broke the news this spring that the band was at Shark Bite Studios cutting tracks for a future release. As reported by Blabbermouth.net, during an August 23 Facebook Live session, frontman Robb Flynn revealed that “Do Or Die” “has been done forever. I’ve been waiting to fucking drop it with these fucking dates,” he said. “It’s taking for-goddamn-ever. So, now that we finally got the dates, we’re gonna be dropping some new shit for you.” As of now, we don’t have an exact date. An announcement of US dates and on-sale tickets will likely be followed by the announcement of new members of the new touring lineup and possible the upcoming regular recording lineup, since the bad held auditions for new drummers and lead guitarists before that recording session. Continue reading
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.