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.
From genre-expanding triumphs like 1994’s debut, Burn My Eyes, 1999’s The Burning Red to the planet-conquering might of 2007’s The Blackening, to the new life injected in 2014’s Bloodstone and Diamonds, Machine Head have carved a singular path across the globe for over three decades now with no end in sight. Whether it be marathon 3 hour live performances, or millions of albums sold worldwide, and accolades both big and small, there aren’t too many “distractions” clouding up the vision of Guitarist/Vocalist/Founder Robb Flynn these days.
In 2022, Machine Head are back with their most crushing and complete album yet. ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN is an hour-long conceptual monolith, rich in colour and dynamics but hell-bent on destruction. Set in a futuristic wasteland where the sky is always crimson red, ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN tells the tale of two characters, both faced with incalculable trauma, whose stories become bloodily entwined as this deep, dark record progresses.
A perennially vital force in heavy music, Machine Head have continued their exhilarating evolution, while never losing the furious spirit of their old school, underground roots.
Publié: Mai 24, 2023
Today, the band releases the music video for the track 'ARRØWS IN WØRDS FRØM THE SKY'. The mobile-friendly video features live footage from the band's 2022 U.S. and European tours.
Publié: Avril 04, 2023
For the first time in over a decade Bay Area Metal Titans MACHINE HEAD will headline Belgian's Graspop festival alongside Disturbed, Gojira, and many others. On Friday 16 June MACHINE HEAD will close out proceedings on the South Stage.
Publié: Août 26, 2022
To commemorate release day, the band have revealed a brand new video for the album track, 'NØ GØDS, NØ MASTERS', which you can watch here.
Bay Area metal titans MACHINE HEAD have dropped mammoth new track, “UNHALLØWED”, today along with an accompanying video shot live from the band's Electric Happy Hour series.