Bay Area metal mainstays, Machine Head have unveiled a 2-track digital single called Civil Unrest. The new release includes…
Oakland California’s thrashers Machine Head scorched the Danforth Music Hall on the Toronto stop of their Burn My Eyes 25th-anniversary tour with both new and original lineup gracing the stage, each to play their own bone-crushing set.
Machine Head’s newest single, “Do or Die” (out October 11th on Imperium X/Nuclear Blast), is a killer song, but Robb Flynn’s poseur-egomaniac act isn’t sitting well with everyone.
Bay Area metal titans Machine Head have kicked off their European tour by dropping a brutal new track “Do Or Die”. Check it out here.
Available now via Trve Media Music, Temet Nosce is black metal band Serpents in their absolute finest hour. In light of the record’s release, lead singer Andrew Mikhail presents to you his TOP 10 drinks inspired by heavy metal bands.
From Ozzy Osbourne to Pantera, Boston metallers The Offering talk us through their ten essential metal songs. Check out their choices here.
In a surprise video post, Robb Flynn has announced that metal titans Machine Head are to split with their upcoming US tour to be this line-up’s farewell tour.
As they prepare to release their first ever live record Stage of Evolution soon, Once Human have dropped their own version of Machine Head’s “Davidian.”
San Francisco Bay Area metal legends Machine Head now have released a lyric video for “Volatile” from their ninth studio record Catharsis.
Machine Head’s Catharsis takes a while to grow – not least because it’s a lengthy slab – but it’s worth the patience.
By Trystan MacDonald Photos by Aaron Tamachi http://www.machinehead1.com/ Faintly, underneath the overbearing ringing of tinnitus, are the echoes…
A short orchestral arrangement greets the listener with a deceivingly somber tone inviting them into the realm of Bloodstone & Diamonds. Seconds later, the newest Machine Head record comes galloping out of the gates with an unbridled fury and a vengeance, as Rob Flynn belts out the first lines of disc opener, “Now We Die.” From here the listener is thrust headfirst into the album’s lead single which chugs along at varying tempos, barreling over everything in its path, leaving behind a glorious wake of destruction that I feel is one of the best metal moments of the year.