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Machine Head Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Machine Head
4 days ago
IT'S A HEAVY SUMMER!! Tickets and Info 👉 http://www.machinehead1.com/tour
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🇺🇸 9th • Welcome to Rockville
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Fan Reviews

Joseph
February 17th 2024
Great show, as always for Machine Head, they will always be the bulldozer that crushes all. My first time seeing Fear Factory and they crushed it, the new vocalist fits really well in this band and nails every song. I unfortunately missed Orbit Culture, but everyone I asked said they absolutely killed it. The House of Blues is still my favorite venue for shows like this. Sound quality is great, and it's intimate without feeling too cramped. Overall, great energy that night, it was one hell of a time.
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Julie
February 15th 2024
These guys were AWESOME! First time seeing them play live. The lead singer’s voice is amazing, dude has an intense & impressive stage presence. Fear Factory & the 2 bands playing before had several pretty good songs too. Had a balcony/reserved seat & it was cool watching the band-crowd interaction. I’m kinda a smaller female & nearly all metal concerts I end up with some super tall dude in front of me so I often only see the back of stage & props. But if they come back to play the Filmore (or a venue like it) I’m definitely aiming for a spot at the rail.
Silver Spring, MD@
The Fillmore
Wilibaldo
February 11th 2024
Absolutely killer show. Every band that played really put their all into the show. There was no bad band. Even the opener, which is usually a bland, regional band, was killingly groovy. Orbit Culture, as some fans around me put it, are good enough to have headlined the show. Fear Factory put on a great show, and I even caught the second setlist that the vocalist threw! Machine Head was amazing too. For having just recovered from, or still suffering from, an upper respiratory illness, they were tight. Solos were on point, riffs were clean, singing was great. Flynn had to stop singing once to sneeze but we're all human so I can't hold it against him.
Bethlehem, PA@
Wind Creek Event Center
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About Machine Head

Undisputed masters of murderous riffs, pugnacious grooves and ferocious hooks since 1991, Machine Head are long established as one of the most influential and incendiary bands in the metal world. Exploding into the world’s consciousness with 1994’s seminal Burn My Eyes album, the now legendary Oakland crew brutishly redefined what it meant to be heavy, incorporating a wild array of influences into some of the sharpest and most brutal metal anthems ever written. Nearly three decades later, the band founded and led by vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn has amassed an extraordinary catalogue of classic albums, while routinely enhancing an already formidable reputation as one of heavy music’s most powerful and relentless live bands.

From the controversial but hugely successful experiments of 1999’s The Burning Red to the globe-conquering might and bombast of 2006’s The Blackening (which saw them tour the world for four full years, supporting Metallica along the way) Machine Head have never stagnated creatively or taken their foot from the artistic accelerator. Recent years have seen them forge an ever more independent and defiant path, not least through their much celebrated An Evening With... shows, wherein fans are treated to three hours of non-stop Head music with no compromise. With albums like 2014’s Bloodstone & Diamonds and 2018’s diverse, destructive and politically-supercharged Catharsis, Machine Head have continued their exhilarating evolution, while never losing the furious spirit of their old school, underground roots. Impervious to trends and proud to stand alone: Machine Head is still the bulldozer that crushes all!
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Genres:
Thrash Metal, Hard Rock, Metal, Groove Metal
Band Members:
Jared MacEachern - Bass, Backing Vocals, Robb Flynn - Vocals, guitars,, Vogg - Guitar, Matt Alston - Drums
Hometown:
Oakland, California

Latest Posts

Machine Head
4 days ago
IT'S A HEAVY SUMMER!! Tickets and Info 👉 http://www.machinehead1.com/tour
𝐌𝐀𝐘 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟒
🇺🇸 9th • Welcome to Rockville
🇺🇸 16th • Sonic Temple

𝐉𝐔𝐍𝐄 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟒
🇳�
more
View More Posts
No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Machine Head to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Machine Head

Machine Head at Newtown, Australia in Enmore Theatre 2024
View All Photos
Machine Head's tour

Fan Reviews

Joseph
February 17th 2024
Great show, as always for Machine Head, they will always be the bulldozer that crushes all. My first time seeing Fear Factory and they crushed it, the new vocalist fits really well in this band and nails every song. I unfortunately missed Orbit Culture, but everyone I asked said they absolutely killed it. The House of Blues is still my favorite venue for shows like this. Sound quality is great, and it's intimate without feeling too cramped. Overall, great energy that night, it was one hell of a time.
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Julie
February 15th 2024
These guys were AWESOME! First time seeing them play live. The lead singer’s voice is amazing, dude has an intense & impressive stage presence. Fear Factory & the 2 bands playing before had several pretty good songs too. Had a balcony/reserved seat & it was cool watching the band-crowd interaction. I’m kinda a smaller female & nearly all metal concerts I end up with some super tall dude in front of me so I often only see the back of stage & props. But if they come back to play the Filmore (or a venue like it) I’m definitely aiming for a spot at the rail.
Silver Spring, MD@
The Fillmore
Wilibaldo
February 11th 2024
Absolutely killer show. Every band that played really put their all into the show. There was no bad band. Even the opener, which is usually a bland, regional band, was killingly groovy. Orbit Culture, as some fans around me put it, are good enough to have headlined the show. Fear Factory put on a great show, and I even caught the second setlist that the vocalist threw! Machine Head was amazing too. For having just recovered from, or still suffering from, an upper respiratory illness, they were tight. Solos were on point, riffs were clean, singing was great. Flynn had to stop singing once to sneeze but we're all human so I can't hold it against him.
Bethlehem, PA@
Wind Creek Event Center
View More Fan Reviews

About Machine Head

Undisputed masters of murderous riffs, pugnacious grooves and ferocious hooks since 1991, Machine Head are long established as one of the most influential and incendiary bands in the metal world. Exploding into the world’s consciousness with 1994’s seminal Burn My Eyes album, the now legendary Oakland crew brutishly redefined what it meant to be heavy, incorporating a wild array of influences into some of the sharpest and most brutal metal anthems ever written. Nearly three decades later, the band founded and led by vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn has amassed an extraordinary catalogue of classic albums, while routinely enhancing an already formidable reputation as one of heavy music’s most powerful and relentless live bands.

From the controversial but hugely successful experiments of 1999’s The Burning Red to the globe-conquering might and bombast of 2006’s The Blackening (which saw them tour the world for four full years, supporting Metallica along the way) Machine Head have never stagnated creatively or taken their foot from the artistic accelerator. Recent years have seen them forge an ever more independent and defiant path, not least through their much celebrated An Evening With... shows, wherein fans are treated to three hours of non-stop Head music with no compromise. With albums like 2014’s Bloodstone & Diamonds and 2018’s diverse, destructive and politically-supercharged Catharsis, Machine Head have continued their exhilarating evolution, while never losing the furious spirit of their old school, underground roots. Impervious to trends and proud to stand alone: Machine Head is still the bulldozer that crushes all!
Show More
Genres:
Thrash Metal, Hard Rock, Metal, Groove Metal
Band Members:
Jared MacEachern - Bass, Backing Vocals, Robb Flynn - Vocals, guitars,, Vogg - Guitar, Matt Alston - Drums
Hometown:
Oakland, California

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