Robb Flynn of Machine Head Reflects on Three Years of “Is There Anybody Out There?”

In a lengthy journal post and newsletter to fans, Robb Flynn of Machine Head reflected on the three year anniversary of the stand-alone digital single ‘Is There Anybody Out There?’ (Nuclear Blast) which has turned three years old today. The single is the most streamed track ever in Machine Head’s history and is now a staple of live performances. Read Robb’s thoughts below. Continue reading

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Machine Head debuted their brand new song, inspired by the Paris Terror Attacks of November 2015, ‘Is There Anybody Out There’. Ghost Cult first broke the story of the forthcoming single a few months ago. The track premiered at SiriusXM radio’s Octane channel 37 and can be streamed at this link:

Robb Flynn commented on the track:

“The song is about love, loneliness, racism, and not getting what is going on in the world/America. It’s very much about current events, but applies to a bigger picture.”

 

Set for release this Friday, June 3rd from Nuclear Blast ,’Is There Anybody Out There?’ will be made available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play, Spotify, Apple Music, and all streaming services. The track was produced by Flynn and co-produced and mixed by Joel Wanasek.

The band continues to tour the world in support their last release, 2014’s Bloodstone & Diamonds album.

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