Machine Head Tickets & Tour Dates 2015
Machine Head are an American thrash metal outfit hailing from Oakland, California. Formed in 1991, the band consists of founding member and frontman Robb Flynn, guitarist Phil Demmel, bassist Jared MacEachern, and longtime drummer Dave McClain.
Today a veteran heavy metal outfit, Machine Head weren’t slow off the mark either - their debut album ‘Burn My Eyes’ became Roadrunner Records’ best-selling album of all-time when it hit shelves back in 1994.
Since then, they’ve released seven studio albums and toured across all four corners of the globe. Best known for tracks like Davidian, Old, Aesthetics of Hate, and Imperium, Machine Head are also renowned for their brutally, fearsome energy and live shows that are packed with intense power and shedloads of pyrotechnics.
Taking their heavy raw sound on the road during a career that spans over a decade, Machine Head have forged an undeniable bond with their fans and in 2014, they impressed their fan base with a series of intimate UK gigs in the summertime. In December, they return for a full-scale UK tour supporting their soon-come eighth studio album - check below to find tickets!
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