Machine Head Share In-Studio Performance Video For “The Rage To Overcome”, Cancel Los Angeles Show

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary lineup, Robb Flynn, Logan Mader, Chris Kontos, and Jared MacEachern, previously re-recorded the album at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, CA and have now shared a live in-studio performance of “The Rage To Overcome.” You can check that out below:

In other news, the group also appear to have cancelled their December 20 show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA. The new was confirmed by Live Nation. The band’s remaining “Burn My Eyes” 25th anniversary dates can be found below:

10/11 Wuerzburg, GER – Posthalle
10/12 Leipzig, GER – Haus Auensee
10/14 Bochum, GER – Ruhr Congress
10/15 Munich, GER – Zenith
10/16 Vienna, AUT – Gasometer
10/18 Gdansk, POL – B90
10/19 Warsaw, POL – Progressja
10/20 Budapest, HUN – Baba Negra
10/22 Zurich, SWI – Komplex
10/23 Lyon, FRA – Le Radiant
10/25 Milan, ITA – Live Club
10/26 Padova, ITA – Hall
10/27 Luxembourg, LUX – Expo
10/29 Paris, FRA – Le Trianon
10/31 Brussels, BEL – Forest National
11/02 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
11/04 Manchester, UK – O2 Victoria Warehouse
11/05 Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy
11/07 Belfast, IRE – Telegraph Building
11/08 Dublin, IRE – Olympia Theatre
01/16 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
01/18 Albuquerque, NM – El Rey
01/20 Dallas, TX – House Of BLues
01/21 San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theatre
01/22 Houston, TX – House Of Blues
01/22 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
01/27 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
01/28 Tampa, FL – Ritz Ybor
01/30 Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
01/31 Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore
02/01 New York City, NY – Webster Hall
02/04 Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall
02/05 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
02/07 Boston, MA – House Of Blues
02/08 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
02/09 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theater
02/11 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
02/12 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
02/14 Detroit, MI – Crofoot
02/15 Chicago, IL – Metro
02/16 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
02/18 Denver, CO – The Gothic Theatre
02/19 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
02/21 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
02/22 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
04/19 Zaragoza, SPA – Teatro de las Esquinas
04/21 Santiago de Compostela, SPA – Capitol
04/23 Oporto, POR – Coliseu de Porto
04/24 Lisbon, POR – Coliseu de Lisboa
04/25 Madrid, SPA – La Riviera
04/27 Malaga, SPA – Paris 15
04/28 Murcia, SPA – Gamma
04/28 Valencia, SPA – Republicca
05/01 Barcelona, SPA – Razzmatazz
05/02 Toulouse, FRA – Le Bikini
05/05 Ludwigsburg, GER – MHP Arena
05/06 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
05/08 Hannover, GER – Swiss Life Hall
05/09 Prague, CZE – Forum Karlin
05/10 Bratislava, SLO – Refinery Gallery
05/12 Bucharest, ROM – Quantic Club
05/13 Sofia, BUL – Universiada Hall
05/15 Thessaloniki, GRE – Fix Factory Of Sound
05/16 Athens, GRE – Piraeus Academy
05/20 Kiev, UKR – Stereoplaza
05/22 Moscow, RUS – 1930 Moscow
05/23 St. Petersburg, RUS – A2
05/25 Helsinki, FIN – The Circus
05/28 Stockholm, SWE – Fryhuset Arenan
05/29 Oslo, NOR – Sentrum Scene
05/30 Aarhus, DEN – Train
06/01 Hamburg, GER – Grosse Freiheit 36
06/02 Utrecht, NET – Tivoliredenburg
06/03 Lille, FRA – Aeronef
06/05 London, UK – Alexandra Palace
06/06 Birmingham, UK – Academy

[via The PRP]

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Volbeat Stop Belfast Show After One Song

During Volbeat’s show in Belfast, Ireland last night (October 3), the band only played one song before walking offstage. The group started things off with a performance of “Pelvis On Fire,” before cutting things short and reportedly trying again about 10 minutes later. However, they stopped again and ultimately cancelled the concert. A number of fans voiced their frustration on social media:

The band have since issued the following statement:

“We in Volbeat want to extend our most heartfelt apologies for having to cancel tonight’s show in Belfast. As many of you know, Michael has been having some throat issues and we ran into multiple technical issues on stage that prevented the band from being able to hear each other play. While he has mostly recovered his voice at this point, it was decided that had he continued to play the show this way he would have risked blowing out his voice again and having to cancel even more shows. We’re gutted that we weren’t able to perform for you tonight, but we will be back to reschedule the show as soon as we possibly can.”

KISS Postpone September Los Angeles Show

KISS have postponed their September 20 show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA until March 4, 2020. The concert was supposed to serve as the final date on the second North American leg of the band’s “End Of The Road” tour. The following statement was issued:

“Due to unforeseen scheduling issues, the KISS: End of the Road Tour concert currently scheduled for September 20 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles is postponed. The new date for this event will be March 4, 2020. There is nothing you need to do as your tickets will be valid for that new date. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled date please reach out to your point of purchase for refund options.”

Sabaton Involved In Serious Car Accident

Sabaton were unfortunately involved in a serious car accident while in Tunisia earlier this week. As a result, the band have been forced to cancel their show in Gdansk, Poland tonight (September 1).

The group commented:

“Two days ago in Tunisia we were involved in a serious traffic incident upon our return from a video shoot in the Sahara desert.

We are all broken, badly beaten, bleeding and stitched up, but happy to be alive and confident that we will be fully recovered over time.

However, after consulting medical expertise and evaluating all our injuries we are sure that we cannot do the scheduled concert in Poland today without risk of consequential injuries.

We will be back with full force in October for the North American tour and will return to Gdansk as soon as possible.

Until then we would like to share a few of our private images from the filming in Sahara and the accident.

Thanks for understanding /The Band.”

Dimmu Borgir Cancel Bloodstock Open Air Performance

Dimmu Borgir have cancelled their set at the Bloodstock Open Air festival due to illness. The band were supposed perform on the final day of the event, which is scheduled to take place at Catton Park in Derbyshire, UK on August 8-11.

Dimmu Borgir commented:

“Dimmu Borgir regrets to inform you that we have to cancel our appearance at this year’s Bloodstock due to illness.

The doctors have ordered full rest for a minimum of one week, and instructed that performing a show this weekend would increase the situation further.

We are truly sorry about this as we had been looking enormously forward to returning to Bloodstock this year. Enjoy the festival, we will see you again soon!”

Since the band have dropped off the festival, Queensrÿche have moved up a slot and Batushka have been added.

Disturbed Cancel Regina, SK Show Due To David Draiman’s “Vocal Issue”

Disturbed were forced to cancel their show at Brandt Centre in Regina, SK earlier tonight (July 24) due to David Draiman’s “vocal issue.” The band commented:

“Disturbed Ones — We regret to inform our fans that we will have to cancel tonight’s show, Wednesday July 24 at Brandt Centre in Regina due to a vocal issue. At the recommendation of a doctor, David has been advised to rest and limit his vocal usage today to avoid any further damage. Tickets purchased online will be refunded automatically. Ticket holders that bought in person are eligible for a refund at their point of purchase.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Static-X Cancel Scranton, PA Show Due To “Misunderstanding” Over Venue’s Stage Size

Static-X have decided to cancel their June 30 concert at Levels in Scranton, PA. The cancellation came as a result of a “misunderstanding” over the venue’s stage size.

The group commented:

“We are very sorry to announce that the Static-X show at Levels in Scranton PA on 6-30-2019 has been cancelled..

This is an isolated incident, resulting from a misunderstanding of the stage size at the venue and its ability to support the production associated with a tour of this size..

We know that the fans in Scranton will be very disappointed, as are we.
However, This USA tour is as much about memorializing Wayne Static, as it is about anything else…

If we are unable to project Waynes face on the big screen for everyone to see and celebrate, it just doesn’t feel right…

Again, we are very sorry that we will be unable to perform as scheduled, and we hope that we will be able to see the fans in the Scranton PA area sometime in the near future.

Tickets will be refunded by the promoter.

Anyone who purchased a meet and greet from the bands will be refunded immediately!

Below is a photo of the tour production, along with a photo of the stage at Levels..

This is nobodies fault, It was an over site / misunderstanding..

Sincerely,
Static-X”

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We are very sorry to announce that the Static-X show at Levels in Scranton PA on 6-30-2019 has been cancelled.. This is an isolated incident, resulting from a misunderstanding of the stage size at the venue and its ability to support the production associated with a tour of this size.. We know that the fans in Scranton will be very disappointed, as are we. However, This USA tour is as much about memorializing Wayne Static, as it is about anything else… If we are unable to project Waynes face on the big screen for everyone to see and celebrate, it just doesn’t feel right… Again, we are very sorry that we will be unable to perform as scheduled, and we hope that we will be able to see the fans in the Scranton PA area sometime in the near future. Tickets will be refunded by the promoter. Anyone who purchased a meet and greet from the bands will be refunded immediately! Below is a photo of the tour production, along with a photo of the stage at Levels.. This is nobodies fault, It is an oversite or a misunderstanding.. Sincerely, Static-X

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