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!
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In a message to fans, Machine Head has formally welcomed new members Vogg Kiełtyka and Matt Alston to the band, following their social media announcement this past weekend. Vogg of Decapitated takes over lead guitar and Matt (Devilment, Machine Head tech crew) is the new permanent drummer. Vogg will continue to work on a new Decapitated release and tour dates in 2020. He will operate in both bands. Machine Head will embark next year on the first European leg of the Burn My Eyes 25 Worldtour, featuring the band playing two sets each night. The new lineup will open, performing more recent MH tracks, while the closing set of Burn My Eyes in its entirety will be performed by the band of current members Robb Flynn, Jared McEachern and returning Logan Mader and Chris Kontos.
Machine Head is gearing up for its upcoming “Burn My Eyes 25” world tour, including a reunion with founding members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos. Watch Logan Mader discuss his return to the band, the making of Burn My Eyes, and his hopes for the tour in a new video interview with Dom Lawson. Machine Head’s current lineup now includes founder Robb Flynn, current bassist Jared MacEachern with two new musicians yet to be revealed.to perform all of Burn My Eyes in its entirety next fall. The shows will consist of the “An Evening With…” format with two sets, the BME album and more modern songs. Tickets are on sale now, with more tour dates pending. Continue reading
Machine Head has been rolling out new content weekly since announcing their “Burn My Eyes 25” reunion tour with original members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos. Current members also include founder Robb Flynn and bassist/vocalist Jared MacEachern. The band has recruited two new as yet to be named additions for the band for the “modern” MH music half of the evening with tour format. Watch the band perform ‘A Thousand Lies” from Burn My Eyes (Roadrunner) live at Sharkbite Studios. Continue reading
As Machine Head prepared for the “Burn My Eyes 25” reunion tour, dates are selling out fast worldwide. Bringing back in original members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos has been exciting news for fans. The band is also recruiting two new members for the band for the “modern” half of the evening with format. Watch bassist Jared MacEachern chat with veteran Metal Journalist Dom Lawson discuss his feelings on the BME 25 tour and much more. Continue reading
As we previously reported, Machine Head has reunited with original members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos to tour behind the 25th-anniversary release of Burn My Eyes (Roadrunner). The tour is already selling out shows all over the world. The band went into Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California and re-recorded their debut album in-its-entirety complete with play-through videos. Watch pro-shot, multi-camera video of the band, including current bassist Jared MacEachern jam to their classic BME track “Davidian” live in the studio right now! Continue reading
Machine Head has announced they will release a re-recorded new version of their classic 1994 album Burn My Eyes album. Frontman Robb Flynn has told U.K.’s Kerrang! magazine that a re-recorded version of the band’s 1994 album, “Burn My Eyes”, will be released later in the year. Continue reading
After the surprising news that Machine Head will tour behind Burn My Eyes with a special lineup of the band in 2019, the band got together – Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and current bassist Jared MacEachern to perform all of Burn My Eyes in its entirety next fall. The shows will consist of the “An Evening With…” a first set with the current lineup of Machine Head performs their more recent hits and other songs, followed by a second full BME set. Watch the band chat with journalist Dom Lawson in this video below. Continue reading
In a surprising development from the Machine Head camp, three-quarters of the original Burn My Eyes era lineup of the band will reunite for a new headline tour. Founder and mainstay Robb Flynn will join with Logan Mader and Chris Kontos to perform all of Burn My Eyes in its entirety next fall. The shows will consist of the “An Evening With…” a first set with the current lineup of Machine Head performs their more recent hits and other songs, followed by a second full BME set. Current Machine Head bassist Jared MacEachern will perform both sets. Machine Head are auditioning guitarists and drummers to fill out their present lineup. The dates kick off in Germany on October 5 in Freiburg, and continue across Europe, wrapping in Dublin, Ireland on November 8. The U.S. leg will be announced in due course; those dates are set for November into December as the tour makes its way around the globe. You can watch the trailer for the tour below. Continue reading