Machine Head are out on tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album, Burn My Eyes with returning members, Logan Mader and Chris Kontos.Keep On Reading
Machine Head have released one of their most extreme songs ever in their new single, Do or Die, released on the 11th October 2019.Keep On Reading
Let Freedom Ring! It is with great excitement that Machine Head announce the second EU leg of their 25th Anniversary Tour for the band’s classic debut, ‘Burn My Eyes.Keep On Reading
In July 2010, Robb Flynn of Machine Head fame released an acoustic cover of Black Sabbath’s Die Young, from their Heaven and Hell album.Keep On Reading
Games, Brrraains & A Head-Banging Life bring you a track by track video chat about Machine Head’s debut album, Burn My Eyes!Keep On Reading
Welcome to Episode 41 of the GBHBL Whiplash. A podcast where we talk about rock & metal albums/news & play tracks from upcoming underground bands. This episode we talk about the new Rammstein single, Staind Reunion, Static-X Tribute Shows, Ramblin’ Man Fair Day Ticket Prices, Fanbase Nicknames and more.
We also have chat about what band biopic we’d like to see and have a track by track breakdown of Machine Head’s Burn My Eyes.
We have six tracks on this podcast coming from Monograf, Pathos & Logos, Mist of Misery, Murdryck, Crownaside and Bloodphemy.Keep On Reading
It is a Saturday, the sun is shining, royals are getting married, the FA Cup final is taking place at Wembley but more importantly, Machine Head are in town. Playing their 2nd night at The Roundhouse, Camden, excited fans litter the pubs of London sinking beers in the sun in preparation for an epic night of metal.Keep On Reading