Tag: Burn My Eyes

Playthrough: “I’m Your God Now” from Machine Head!

Another dedicated drum cam video from the “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Tour sees Chris Kontos at The Corona Theatre in Montreal Canada playing “I’m Your God Now“. The run from Machine Head may have been cut short but Robb Flynn seems reinvigorated with the new material, including “Civil Unrest“. Will Kontos grace the Machine

Riff Police! Pull Over! #143: Angelus Apatrida Vs Machine Head!

Between them both Oakland’s Machine Head and Spain’s Angelus Apatrida have a lot of Metal to be celebrated. Some might say that Machine Head have had something of an on-off career with highs (“Burn My Eyes“) and lows (“Supercharger“) but every step of the way they’ve brought something new to the table and at least

Playthrough: “Death Church” from Machine Head!

The last few dates including one at London’s Brixton Academy which we had tickets for may not have taken place, but the 25th Anniversary tour run for “Burn My Eyes” from Machine Head which saw original members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos join Robb Flynn and Jared MacEachern certainly managed a decent amount of shows,

NEWS: Machine Head unveil “My Hands Are Empty”!

The highly anticipated new Machine Head single has finally arrived after much social media teasing and “My Hands Are Empty” certainly leaves fans guessing over which musicians played upon it. Many may have thought that Logan Mader and Chris Kontos would step away after the bands 25th Anniversary tour for “Burn My Eyes” but both

Playthrough: “The Rage To Overcome” from Machine Head!

They may have cancelled the final shows of the 25th Anniversary tour for the seminal “Burn My Eyes” album from Machine Head but there is still some footage to come from it. Filmed by Matt Alston who replaced Dave McClain as a hired gun taking a break from Devilment, here’s dedicated drum cam footage of

Bootleg: Machine Head play “Burn My Eyes” in Oakland!

A week ago, Machine Head shared the full “Burn My Eyes” portion of the set from their Oakland California, home town throwdown show. The album is officially 26 years old and like a fine wine or whiskey, only gets better with age. Robb Flynn said he believes it will be four years before touring activities

NEWS: Machine Head put on the lyrical bulletproof vest!

It was kind of inevitable that the 25th Anniversary tour trek for “Burn My Eyes” would be cancelled during its second lap of the Globe, especially with Mastermind Robb Flynn saying he’s of the belief that touring activities in general won’t be up to the speed that they were until 2022. That being said, the

Review: “Civil Unrest” by Machine Head

Oakland California Thrash Metallers Machine Head have been around the block and then some. Their 25th Anniversary tour trek celebrating their seminal debut album “Burn My Eyes” should be taking place as this twin track single “Civil Unrest” is released but instead the band are at home waiting out the storm of Corona Virus and

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Feel The Darkness!

It’s time to return to Portland, Oregon’s Poison Idea, who have to be one of the most influential and underrated Hardcore Punk bands in the history of the genre. Inspired by Black Flag and Discharge and called “an ugly band for ugly people“, their 1990 third studio album “Feel The Darkness” is one that has been sighted