Bay Area metal titans Machine Head have announced their ‘Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary Australian Tour’, celebrating a quarter century since their debut album hit the airwaves.
Machine Head will perform two sets in a three-hour metal extravaganza, playing ‘Burn My Eyes’ in its entirety for the first time in Australia as well as other career classics.
For this special set the band will reunite Machine Head main man Robb Flynn with original Burn My Eyes drummer Chris Kontos and guitarist Logan Mader.
Machine Head will also play a career encompassing set including such favourites as Imperium, Halo, Ten Ton Hammer and The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears.
This set will feature Machine Head’s new line up, which includes longstanding bassist, Jared MacEachern alongside new members, guitarist Waclaw “Vogg” Kieltyka (Decapitated) and Drummer Matt Alston (Devilment).
Burn My Eyes was released in 1994 to critical and commercial acclaim.
It was Roadrunner Records’ best-selling debut album until the release of Slipknot’s debut five years later.
Twenty-five years later, Australian Machine Head fans will get to witness classics such as Davidian, Old, Blood For Blood and A Thousand Lies alongside deep cuts like Death Church and I’m Your God Now.
The band enjoy a big Australian following and their last two albums ‘Bloodstone & Diamonds’ and ‘Catharsis’ both charting at number 10 on the ARIA albums charts.
This unique tour featuring two distinct eras of the band is a once in a lifetime chance for Australian fans to witness the past, present and future of Machine Head simultaneously in one epic concert.