Machine Head Tickets
Oakland based heavy metal band Machine Head is on a headlining fall tour which will also be its last. That’s right. The band’s frontman Robb Flynn announced recently that both drummer Dave McClain and guitarist Phil Demmel have quit the band. Nonetheless, the trek will go on as scheduled. The announcement came via a video statement in which Flynn explained the loss of the longtime band mates while at the same time praised them for their talents and character. If you want to be a part of the tour, buy Machine Head tickets without wasting another moment.
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Machine Head was formed in Oakland, California in October, 1991 by bassist Adam Duce and singer/guitarist Robb Flynn. The latter had parted ways with Vio-lence following a fight between the band and a local gang. But he still wanted to write music and along with Adam Duce recruited drummer Tony Costanza and guitarist Logan Mader to form Machine Head. Together the musicians began jamming at a local warehouse. Here, Machine Head recorded a demo and after a record executive from Roadrunners Records listened to it, the band was signed for a record deal.
Next, Machine Head recorded their debut record Burn My Eyes at the Fantasy studios in Berkeley, California. Midway through production, Costanza decided to leave the band and Chris Kontos took his place. Majority of the tracks on the collection were written by Duce and Flynn. Colin Richardson produced the record and it was finally released in August, 1994. It sold almost 4000,000 copies around the world to become the label’s bestselling debut record.
Machine Head’s second studio record titled The More Things Change arrived in stores in March of 1997. It was released via Roadrunner Records. It was also the band’s last record featuring Logan Mader on guitars and also the first one with Dave McClain on drums. The album hit the 138th spot on the US Billboard 200 and by 2002 it had sold more than 100,000 copies in the US alone.
Two years later, in 1999, Machine Head released their third studio album – The Burning Red. It went on to become the band’s second bestselling record in America. The album sold over 130,000 copies across the country. It debuted at the 88th position on the US Billboard 200.
At the time of the band’s 2003 release of Through the Ashes of Empires, they did not have a contract with an American label. But the massive success of the album led Roadrunner Records US to quickly make the band an offer for a recording contract. Hence after immense popularity in the UK and Australia, the album reached North America in 2004 and was a hit here as well. It sold nearly 80,000 copies in the US.
The groove metal band’s next album release was The Blackening in March, 2007. It reached the 54th position on the Billboard 200 and entered the Top Rock Albums chart at number 9. Besides it reached the Top 20 on music charts in a number of countries. These include Germany, Belgium, UK, Australia and Sweden.
In 2011, Machine Head treated the fans to their seventh full length studio album titled Unto the Locust. It reached the Billboard 200 at number 22. It was followed by the album Bloodstone & Diamonds in November, 2014. Released via Nuclear Blast, it was the first record featuring Jared MacEachern who replaced Adam Duce in the year 2013. The record does not include a title song but the album gets its name from a lyric on the opening song of the collection and the second single titled Now We Die.
The ninth and latest studio album by the heavy metal band is Catharsis. It was released in January, 2018 and is the first record that is entirely co-written by the band members since 1997’s The More Things Chance. It is also the final Machine Head record to feature drummer Dave McClain and guitarist Phil Demmel.
The dates for the band’s latest tour are out and you would be happy to know that your city is also on the itinerary. If you want to enjoy the band’s hits in a live atmosphere, all you need to do is book your Machine Head tickets before they are all gone. Make sure you don’t miss the opportunity.
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Currently the average price for Machine Head tickets is $83. The date and location for this event is 22-Feb-20 at House Of Blues - Anaheim, Anaheim. The minimum get-in price for Machine Head tickets is $17.
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