Bay Area metal titans Machine Head have just released a new single, "My Hands Are Empty". The song marks the first musical collaboration in 24 years between MH mastermind Robb Flynn and original MH Burn My Eyes-era guitarist Logan Mader. The track lands at DSPs today via Nuclear Blast. Stream or purchase the track now. … Continue reading Machine Head release new single featuring Logan Mader
Bay Area metal icons Machine Head have released ‘Civil Unrest’, a 2-song digital single, featuring A-side, ‘Stop The Bleeding’ and B-side, ‘Bulletproof’, with the former featuring additional guest vocals from Killswitch Engage frontman, Jesse Leach. This pair of fierce protest anthems were both written days after the back-to-back murders of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. … Continue reading Machine Head release surprise new 2-track single with Killswitch Engage’s Jesse Leach
Machine Head have shared another brand new song, "Circle the Drain". You can check it out below or download / stream from the usual places (including Amazon which supports this site). In March 2018, Machine Head frontman/guitarist and visionary, Robb Flynn began having ideas for a new song. Over the following 6 months, a crazy … Continue reading New Machine Head track out today
Machine Head kicked off the North American leg of their Burn My Eyes anniversary tour last night in Phoenix, Arizona. Joining them for a quick blast was ex-Exodus frontman Rob Dukes, who sang for the Bay Area legends from 2005 until 2014 when Zetro returned. Last night he rattled off "A Lesson in Violence" to the … Continue reading Ex-Exodus singer joins Machine Head on stage
We're a few minutes behind with this news, purely as I needed to stop bouncing around the room long enough to type this up. Way back in what must have been 1994 I saw Machine Head open for Slayer at Leeds T&C. A few months later (May '95), they headlined Manchester Labatt's Apollo (as it … Continue reading Machine Head: near-original lineup Burn My Eyes tour!
Well I guess it's my turn to rattle off some thoughts on 2018. On a personal note, it's been a tricky year and also a very busy one for many reasons. "Real work" has picked up, meaning I've had to juggle / pass off Moshville Times duties to Ross for significant periods of time. So … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief