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Machine Head announce Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary Tour in Europe

Posted by on March 25, 2019

Now that Machine Head has wrapped up auditions, the band has announced a 25th anniversary tour for their debut album Burn My Eyes. This first leg will kick off in Europe following a North American leg that will soon be announced. To make this event even more special, original members guitarist Logan Mader and drummer Chris Kontos will […]

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Adam Duce “couldn’t be bothered” to listen to the new Machine Head

Posted by on January 27, 2018

  The new Machine Head album Catharsis has been getting mixed reviews, from critics and fans alike. But one person in particular is definitely not a fan at all – their former bass player Adam Duce. When Machine Head posted their new video for “Kaleidoscope “on Facebook, fans started discussion about their love or hatred […]

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Unto the lawsuit: former Machine Head bassist suing band

Posted by on January 20, 2014

About a year ago, Machine Head parted ways with their longtime bassist, Adam Duce. While at the time the split was described as amicable, that seems to not be the case, as it’s been announced that he’s suing the band. According to the Courthouse News, Duce has sued the band and manager in Federal court, […]

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Machine Head Perform With New Bassist Jared MacEachern For First Time

Posted by on June 25, 2013

Last night, Machine Head played their first live show with new bassist Jared MacEachern at the Knitting Factory in Spokane, Washington. MacEachern comes as a replacement for former bassist and band founder Adam Duce, who was let go earlier this year. The band picked MacEachern after an extensive online audition process that saw entries from […]

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Machine Head Have a New Bassist

Posted by on June 24, 2013

After an online search and audition process, Machine Head has announced their new bass player: Jared MacEachern. The search began after bassist and founding member Adam Duce parted ways with the band back in February. The newly inducted fourth member also comes just in time for the band to have a completed lineup during their […]

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Machine Head Auditioning Eight Bassists

Posted by on May 2, 2013

Machine Head’s online auditions for a new bassist came to an end last month. And according to Robb Flynn himself, the final eight has been picked. In his most recent General’s Journal diary post, Flynn confirmed that Machine Head will be auditioning eight bassists in person (while guitarist Phil Demmel is laying down bass tracks […]

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Machine Head Begin Bassist Hunt Online

Posted by on March 27, 2013

It was revealed via an emotional blog posting last month that Machine Head had parted ways with bassist Adam Duce. Yet with the band tapped to play the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Fest this Summer, the mourning period has to end, and the band need a new bassist. It seems like references from friends aren’t […]

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Opens Up About Adam Duce’s Firing

Posted by on February 26, 2013

You’ve got to hand it to Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn. Since he started his “General’s Journals: Diary of a Frontman” blog entries, he’s been pretty transparent and confessional as to what it’s like being in a band like Machine Head. When news of bassist Adam Duce exiting the band became public last week via a […]

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Machine Head Part Ways With Bassist Adam Duce

Posted by on February 22, 2013

In what will come as a surprise to many, Machine Head has just announced the departure of bassist Adam Duce. While exact details are still sparse, the band’s official statement claims the split was “amicable.” Here is Machine Head’s official statement regarding their split with Duce: “Machine Head and bassist Adam Duce have parted ways. […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Comeback Albums Of The 2000s

Posted by on June 11, 2012

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. There’s a lot at stake for a band that’s been out of the public eye for years or simply experienced their fair share of bad luck. In some cases, those said bands have already been written off by many as hopeless […]

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