Machine Head Pontiac Tickets 2020:Heavy metal pioneers Machine Head have announced an early 2020 tour across North America celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album ‘Burn My Eyes’. The 25-city campaign kicks off January 16th in Phoenix and stretches through February invading U.S. markets like Dallas, Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Chicago and Anaheim. Canadian dates are set for Toronto and Montreal. During the first set of each night, returning members Robb Flynn and Jared MacEachern will be joined by new guitarist Vogg Kiełtyka and new drummer Matt Alston to perform many of their modern classics. The second set will be joined by original guitarist Logan Mader and original drummer Chris Kontos to perform ‘Burn My Eyes’ in its entirety.
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Back in 2018, guitarist Phil Demmel and drummer Dave McClain both departed the band following the conclusion of their Freaks & Zeros Tour. Earlier the same year, the band released their latest album ‘Catharsis’ and launched their Catharsis World Tour which visited North America, Europe and Australia. Machine Head’s 1994 album ‘Burn My Eyes’ has sold over 400,000 copies worldwide and includes the singles ‘Davidian’ and ‘Old’. Since forming back in 1991, the band has sold over 3 million records worldwide.Machine Head appeared on the music scene with the release of the album ‘Old’ released on November 30, 1994. The single ‘Old’ was instantly a fan favorite and made Machine Head one of the newest emerging talents at that moment. After that, Machine Head released the hugely popular album ‘Through the Ashes of Empires’ which contains some of the most beloved songs from the Machine Head catalog. ‘Through the Ashes of Empires’ hosts the song ‘Imperium’ which has made itself the most recognized for music lovers to experience during the shows. Aside from ‘Imperium’, a host of other tracks from ‘Through the Ashes of Empires’ have also become well-known as a result. Some of Machine Head’s most beloved tour albums and songs are seen below. After 22 years since releasing ‘Old’ and making a true effect in the industry, followers consistently head to see Machine Head on stage to play songs from the complete discography.