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Machine Head posts new song "Locust" online

"Locust", a brand new song of Machine Head, can be streamed below. This track comes off the group's new effort, due to be released on September 27 via Roadrunner Records.



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published on June 14, 2011 at 14:50 by Zandra
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Machine Head will never play at San Diego again

published on February 26, 2010 by Zandra
Robb Flynn from Machine Head has said that his band has "fired" the city of San Diego .

He explained to Rock Radio DJ David "The Captain" Grant : "A lot of crowds are awesome. But if we're playing San Diego, we're not going to go on the radio and say, 'San Diego crows are awesome' - because they're not. They're beat. That's Machine Head slang for 'We don't like them.' They don't come to a show and rage and go crazy. They come to a show and say, 'Okay... this is cool. Oh, I like this song.' We're not into that. I don't know why they come to a rock show with that kind of attitude. So we don't go to San Diego anymore. They're fired."

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Members of Machine Head,Slipknot have performed Pantera Classic

published on January 17, 2010 by Zandra
On January 15 , members of Slipknot , Machine Head , Hellyeah and Walls Of Jericho have performed a cover version of Pantera's song "Walk" during the "Dean Guitars 2010 NAMM Jam" concert , at the Grove of Anaheim in California . The video can be viewed below .

The following musicians took part in the "Walk" performance:

Corey Taylor (SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR) - Vocals
Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) - Guitar
Phil Demmel (MACHINE HEAD) - Guitar
Nick Bowcott (GRIM REAPER) - Guitar
Bob "Zilla" Kakaha (HELLYEAH, DAMAGEPLAN) - Bass
Dustin Schoenhofer (WALLS OF JERICHO) - Drums



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Machine Head on tour in Japan and in Australia

published on January 12, 2010 by Zandra
After three years of roadwork , Machine Head will end "The Black Procession" tour in Japan and in Australia :

March 16 - Japan, Tokyo - O East
March 17 - Japan, Tokyo - O East
March 18 - Japan, Osaka - Quattro
March 22 - Australia, Perth - Metropolis
March 24 - Australia, Adelaide - The Barton
March 26 - Australia, Melbourne - Festival Hall
March 27 - Australia, Sydney - Luna Park
March 28 - Australia, Brisbane - River Stage

Commented Robb Flynn : "It's really just dawning on us that after almost three years of touring on 'The Blackening' that 'The Black Procession' will be the final tour of this cycle... but instead of being in wind-down mode, we're super excited to get out there and crush it one last time! Our fans have been asking for a full-fledged MACHINE HEAD tour and we are ready to bring it!

It's been an amazing album cycle and we are thankful for the relentless support we get from our fans.

We are all well aware of the fact that the touring market around the world is in a tough spot due to economic conditions, and it's great and humbling to be able to actually add dates to this tour in spite of that fact.

We can't wait to see all you crazy fuckers out there!"

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