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Best of 2014 - Corey's Honorable Mentions, Part 5

Well, this is it, everybody: the last of my Honorable Mentions for 2014. I hope you enjoyed the ride that has consumed the week. Just a reminder, my Top 10 albums of the year are all podcast-exclusive. 721 more words

Corey

Live Review: Machine Head @ The Roundhouse, Camden Town (06/12/14)

Machine Head coming to town is a big deal for me and many other people, especially the writers here at GBHBL and meeting up before the gig for a few beers brings a level of excitement rarely matched where a group of relatively hardened metal fans get to act like excited children at Christmas while discussing what they may or may not get to hear tonight. 1,542 more words

Live Reviews

Thrashback Thursday: "Davidian" by Machine Head

When Oakland’s Machine Head burst onto the scene in 1994, their debut album Burn My Eyes helped breathe life back into…

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Heavy Metal

"Bloodstone & Diamonds" by Machine Head - Album Review

Machine Head have been enjoying more of a run of dominance than Luke Bryan running a gauntlet of tailgate parties. 2007’s “The Blackening” took the metal world by the throat and Chokeslammed them through a table, whilst 2011’s “ 619 more words

Metal

Breaking Up is Metal To Do

I think I’m going to break up with Robb Flynn. It just isn’t working out, and I’m heartbroken about it. Robb is the lead singer, guitarist, and chief songwriter for the band Machine Head. 812 more words

Metal

Acoustic Track Of The Week: Darkness Within By Machine Head

It can be quite a challenge to take a heavy metal track that is already pretty heavy to begin with and turn the electricity off and perform it acoustically. 147 more words

Music

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

I still remember the first time the double bass blasts of Davidian assaulted my ears 20 years ago and apart from a slight detour (guess when?) I have never deviated from my love of Machine Head and to this day, feel a distinct sense of pride that I was there from the beginning. 758 more words

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