Machine Head Announce Los Angeles “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Show

Machine Head have announced that they will playing a “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA on December 20. Like their European tour, the concert will find the group playing two sets. The first set will feature frontman Robb Flynn and bassist Jared MacEachern performing “modern classics” with their new guitarist and drummer, while the second set will feature the two performing “Burn My Eyes” in full with guitarist Logan Mader and drummer Chris Kontos.

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Watch Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Lineup Perform “None But My Own” Live In Studio

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary lineup, Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and Jared MacEachern, recently re-recorded the album at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, CA and have now shared a live in-studio performance of “None But My Own.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the group will be kicking off the first leg of their 25th anniversary tour in October.

Logan Mader Discusses Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Tour In New Video

Machine Head have shared a new video of Logan Mader discussing the band’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary tour with Metal Hammer journalist Dom Lawson. In addition to discussing the trek, the guitarist also talked about the album’s impact and what it’s been like to play with guitarist/vocalist Robb Flynn and drummer Chris Kontos for the first time in 20 years.

Watch Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Lineup Perform “A Thousand Lies” Live In Studio

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary lineup, Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and Jared MacEachern, recently re-recorded the album at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, CA and have now shared a live in-studio performance of “A Thousand Lies.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the group will be kicking off the first leg of their 25th anniversary tour in October.

Machine Head Live Album From 1997 “Dynamo Open Air” Festival To Be Released In July

As previously reported, the organizers of the Dynamo Open Air festival in the Netherlands recorded over 300 shows during its 1986-2005 run and have been releasing them as part of a series of new live releases. The latest one is a 1997 live recording from Machine Head, which will be released on July 19.

“Live At Dynamo Open Air 1997“ Track Listing:

01. “Davidian”
02. “Take My Scars”
03. “Struck A Nerve”
04. “A Thousand Lies”
05. “Ten Ton Hammer”
06. “The Frontlines”
07. “Old”
08. “Violate”
09. “Hard Times”
10. “Block”

[via The PRP]

Watch Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th Anniversary Lineup Perform “Davidian” Live In Studio

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary lineup, Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and Jared MacEachern, recently re-recorded the album at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, CA and have now shared a live in-studio performance of “Davidian.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the group will be kicking off the first leg of their 25th anniversary tour in October.

Machine Head Re-Record “Burn My Eyes” With 25th Anniversary Lineup

As previously reported, Machine Head will be reuniting with Logan Mader and Chris Kontos for a special “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary tour. Now, during a recent interview with Kerrang!, frontman Robb Flynn revealed that the band have actually re-recorded the effort as well.

Flynn said the following:

“This ‘Burn My Eyes” tour is happening, but it’s still six months away. As Kerrang! have speculated, we are recording new music. We are getting to release new music. In fact, the line-up that’ll be going out on tour have actually gone and re-recorded ‘Burn My Eyes‘ live in the studio. We plan on dripping that out song-by-song. It’ll probably be digital-only – just something cool to help celebrate.

We filmed ourselves doing it so there’ll probably be some play-through videos, too. It’s so cool seeing us playing those songs again for the first time, like, ‘How does that riff go?’ or, ‘What was that lyric again?’ There are mistakes, but we just left them in. It was just part of this really special, fun, positive moment.”