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Machine Head premiere ‘Catharsis’ Music Video

Posted by on December 8, 2017

Machine Head have premiered the music video for the title track of their forthcoming album Catharsis. The record drops just in time for their North American trek on January 26th via Nuclear Blast. Check out the video below and pre-order Catharsis here.

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Machine Head release “Now We Die” live video

Posted by on November 29, 2017

Machine Head’s new album Catharsis arrives just in time for their Winter North American tour on January 26th via Nuclear Blast Despite Robb Flynn revealing it’s not their heaviest album, we are eager and curious to hear their melodic transformation. Today (29th) the group has gotten us even more pumped by sharing a live video […]

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Robb Flynn on new Machine Head: “This isn’t us at our heaviest”

Posted by on November 21, 2017

Machine Head’s Robb Flynn recently spoke with Jason Ellis of SiriusXM about their new album Catharsis, which is scheduled to be released January 26th through Nuclear Blast. The frontman spoke about the writing process and how the album is more melodic and groovy, rather than heavy. “I’ve been telling everybody, ‘Keep your expectations low for […]

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Machine Head go “Beyond the Pale” with first single from ‘Catharsis’

Posted by on November 17, 2017

We’ve known that Machine Head were working on a new album for a while now, and we’ve also known it would be called Catharsis. Given that a world tour is starting in January, it wasn’t that much of a stretch to imagine that the album would be out then, and the band have not only confirmed a […]

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn on Vegas massacre: “I don’t ever want to play ‘Davidian’ again”

Posted by on October 5, 2017

We’re about  four days removed from the horrific Las Vegas massacre carried out by a lone gunman, Stephen Paddock at a music festival. And as details come to light, it’s terrifying to know that the gunman scouted other festival locations, including the prior week’s Life Is Beautiful fest, as well as Lollapalooza. Knowing that he […]

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Corey Taylor and Machine Head react to Vegas shooting

Posted by on October 2, 2017

We are speechless to report on a horrific tragedy that once again has shaken the music world. Last night (1), at least fifty people were killed in a mass shooting, making it the deadliest in modern US history at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas. It’s being reported the shooting began […]

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Machine Head to release ‘Catharsis’ in January; North American tour announced

Posted by on September 18, 2017

Machine Head recently wrapped up recording their ninth full-length album with Zack Ohren (Fallujah, All Shall Perish) at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland CA. Catharsis, the follow-up to 2014’s Bloodstone & Diamonds will be released sometime in January 2018. To celebrate its arrival, the group announced a North American tour. The journey begins on January 25th […]

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn weighs in on Charlottesville

Posted by on August 18, 2017

As this past weekend’s events proved, there’s still quite a bit of racism in America. However, it’s not just Charlottesville that proved this. White supremacist Dylan Roof walked into an African American church in 2015 and killed nine churchgoers in Charlotte, and in the wake of that, there was a movement to have the Confederate […]

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Machine Head working on new music, maybe with Kurt Ballou

Posted by on June 6, 2017

Machine Head’s kind of kept a semi-low profile lately. Last year, they released a standalone single, “Is There Anybody Out There,” that seemed like a concerted effort to get active rock radio airplay, or at least a lot of satellite radio airplay on SiriusXM. It’s  been three years since their last album, the double-length Bloodstone and […]

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Happy 10th anniversary to Machine Head’s ‘The Blackening’

Posted by on March 27, 2017

It wasn’t like Machine Head was in a bad place in 2007, it’s just that they’d lost some momentum some 13 years into their career. Their third album, 1999’s The Burning Red, found the band flirting with rap-metal and lost them some audience, kind of similar to what happened with Suicide Silence earlier this year (come to […]

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