Machine Head’s Robb Flynn recently paid tribute to the late Chester Bennington by sharing footage of himself covering Linkin Park‘s “In The End“ during a live performance three years ago. You can check that out below:
During the June 26 edition of his “Acoustic Happy Hour” series, Machine Head’s Robb Flynn performed covers of Slipknot‘s “Snuff,“ “Deftones‘ “Change (In The House Of Flies),“ System Of A Down‘s “Aerials,” Dio‘s “Holy Diver,“ Staind‘s “Outside,“ and more. You can watch that set below:
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn livestreamed an acoustic set yesterday (March 20) and it can be seen in full on Nugs.net. The first two songs, “Circle The Drain” and “Deafening Silence,” were streamed on YouTube and Facebook for free and can be seen below:
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn will be livestreaming an acoustic set on Nugs.net tomorrow (March 20) at 1:00 p.m. The first two songs of the set will also be streamed for free on Facebook. For now, you can see footage of Flynn performing an acoustic version of Machine Head’s “Circle The Drain” with his son Wyatt below:
During an interview with Full Metal Jackie, Robb Flynn (Machine Head) revealed that he has “five songs tracked and done” for his upcoming Robb Flynn & Friends solo album. The record will feature various cover songs that the frontman has performed during his birthday shows.
Flynn said the following:
“For the last seven years now, for my birthday bash, I have a thing called ‘Robb Flynn & Friends’, and I get a bunch of my friends together and we just jam — it’s, like, cover songs. I don’t do MACHINE HEAD songs. It’s ’90s hip-hop, it’s classic rock, it’s some thrash — it’s all the kind of stuff that we grew up with, and it’s fun — it’s just a blast. We have so much fun doing it every time. I probably have, like, 30 to 40 different musicians playing. The last one that we did just turned out really good, and I was, like, ‘Let’s just track this.’ I own a recording studio now. I was, like, ‘Let’s go in and bang this out and see what happens.’ So we did it live, and it was just super fun.”
“I’ve got five songs tracked and done, and now I’m gonna go back and I’m gonna do — I’m think I’m gonna do the ’90s hip-hop groups. We did some Snoop Dogg songs and some other stuff. It’s pretty wild — it’s a loose, greasy, sweaty good time. And it’s just for fun. I don’t know when that’s gonna come out now. I know that [MACHINE HEAD’s record label] Nuclear Blast is loving it, and they love the whole concept, so hopefully [it will be released] soon.”