Machine Head tour dates
Heavy Metal band Machine Head are on tour in celebration of their new album Catharsis. Here at StubHub you can find a range of Machine Head tickets so get yours today and see the American thrash/groove metal rockers live in concert. Whenever the band play, Machine Head concerts always sell out. So, if you want to get Machine Head tour tickets then you had better hurry. Especially now, with the release of their new album Catharsis, described as '... the most eclectic and controversial album of their career to date.'
Machine Head background
The metal thrash band Machine Head formed in 1991 in Oakland, California. The band was formed by two ex- "Vio-Lence" members Robert Flynn and Adam Duce and there have been numerous lineup changes to the band over the years. The band's aggressive music helped them stand out and ensured they were one of the pioneering band to come out of the new wave of heavy metal that was taking over America. The current Machine Head band members are Robb Flynn, Phil Demmel, Jared MacEachern and Dave McClain. Out of the current members, Flynn is the only original member that is still part of the band. In total, there have been nine Machine Head albums. The band's debut album Burn My Eyes was released in 1994 and started the band on their quest for global supremacy. Since then, Machine Head have gone through numerous changes in personnel and musical style. The other albums are The More Things Change (1997), The Burning Red (1999), Supercharger (2001), Through the Ashes of Empires (2003), The Blackening (2007), Unto the Locust (2011), Bloodstone & Diamonds (2014) and the new Machine Head album Catharsis (2018). If you want to hear the best Machine Head songs like "Locust", "Is There Anybody Out There?", "Hallowed Be Thy Name", "Davidian" and "Darkness Within" then hurry up and buy your Machine Head tickets today here at StubHub!
Similar bands to Machine Head
Machine Head have been influenced by, and in turn influenced, numerous bands. The band is influenced by other Californian thrash metal bands like Metallica and Slayer, as well as grunge bands Nirvana and Alice in Chains. Machine Head have also influenced numerous bands that emerged in the rise of new wave American Heavy Metal. Bands like Slipknot, Chimaira, Lamb of God and Bullet for My Valentine have all named Machine Head as an important influence. Check out our offers for these bands as well, of course, as getting your hands on Machine Head tickets.