In a news item posted on Machine Head’s official website this morning, the band claim Walt Disney Properties is behind the cancellation of yet another Machine Head show. The item also claims Machine Head are on Disney’s “banned list.” Here’s the complete post, which you also can view here. “For the third time in a […]
Dethklok will tour this fall with Machine Head, All That Remains, and the Black Dahlia Murder. This tour announcement comes after the much publicized but ultimately cancelled summer tour with Gojira and Lamb of God (due to Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe being held in a Czech Republic prison). Tour dates are listed below. […]
‘Revolver’ Caught Up with the Lamb of God frontman to talk about the songs he wrote in prison, what he’s looking forward to at this coming weekend’s Knotfest concert, his homecoming in Richmond and much more
Machine Head have released their latest music video, for the track, “Darkness Within,” off last year’s acclaimed album, Unto the Locust. Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments.
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The fourth annual Revolver Golden Gods Award Show brought the house down at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on April 11 with groundbreaking performances and once-in-a-lifetime collaborations that America’s only hard-rock and heavy-metal show have become known for. Broadcast live in its entirety on Xbox LIVE and the Revolver Facebook page, the sold-out event featured […]
Photos: System of a Down, Slipknot, Hatebreed, Coal Chamber, Meshuggah, and More at Australia’s Soundwave Festival
Sydney, Australia, hosted the Soundwave Festival in late February. A bevy of heavy bands performed, including Hellyeah, Meshuggah, Coal Chamber, Trivium, Kvelertak, Dillinger Escape Plan, Steel Panther, Hatebreed, Slipknot, System of a Down, Watain, Machine Head, and more. Photographer Nic Bezzina was on hand to capture the mayhem. Check out what he saw below.
Machine Head are currently touring in support of their latest album, Unto the Locust. They stopped through Philadelphia’s Trocadero on February 2. Photographer Derek Brad was on hand to capture the fervor. Check out what he saw below.
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Rise to Remain—featuring vocalist Austin Dickinson, son of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce—have announced that they have parted ways with their bassist, Joe Copcutt, and drummer Pat Lundy. As a result of the lineup changes, the band has cancelled their planned upcoming dates in the U.S. supporting Machine Head. The band has also postponed the U.S. […]