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Concert review: Machine Head

The Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH – February 7, 2015

Machine Head roared out of the San Francisco Bay Area in 1994 riding a wave of institutional hype that, properly harnessed, could fell a great elk, and possessed of enough obvious, fiery musical potential to roast the sucker on the spot. 2,339 more words


Machine Head - The Phoenix Concert Hall, Toronto - February 6, 2015

By Trystan MacDonald
Photos by Aaron Tamachi


Faintly, underneath the overbearing ringing of tinnitus, are the echoes of pinch harmonics, rampaging double bass, and… 977 more words

Gallery Concert Review

Iconic Songs: Davidian – Machine Head

Back in July 1994 a new band called Machine Head, signed to Roadrunner Records, released their debut album which was called Burn My Eyes. The first track on that album is called Davidian. 507 more words


Machine Head: Live at the Plymouth Pavilions

On a night where heavy storms were due to batter the South of England, heavy metal legends Machine Head were also due to bring another storm to Plymouth, along with metalcore bands Darkest Hour and Heart of a Coward. 603 more words


Build Your Own Music Road

The Madonna leak made something visible that was never there before. The record label along with the artist reacted swiftly. They didn’t react by going nuclear with lawyers. 757 more words


Machine Head - Bloodstone & Diamonds (Nuclear Blast 2013)

To me there is something unfulfilled in the music and at first listen I didn’t really get it. The album is a heavy album, the music is punishing and in your face. 369 more words


4. Machine Head - Bloodstone And Diamonds

For Machine Head front-man Robb Flynn a breakup is very, very bad news. Being together a long time, like Machine Head, it is terrible to lose a close friend and band mate. 166 more words

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