Tickets to Machine Head's Concert Tour
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About Machine Head
Machine Head had no intention of disrespecting the gravity of the attacks; they were guilty of nothing more than having epically bad timing. Furthermore, a lot of songs were banned from radio stations at that time including such innocuous tracks as “The Boy From New York City,” “Ticket To Ride,” and “Bridge over Troubled Water.”
Unfortunately for Machine Head, the MTV and radio ban prompted their record label to freeze their promotional budget. While Supercharger went on to sell more than a million copies worldwide it’s still the worst performing album of their career (as of 2012). After a Machine Head concert tour to support their release, the band parted ways with their record company (although they would resign with them in a couple of years).
Supercharger was controversial on another front. The band switched gears and changed their sound from “groove metal” (Pantera) to “nu metal” (Slipknot). Supercharger was also much heavier than its predecessor, The Burning Red. Fan reaction was mixed. Some liked the change-of-pace while others thought the band was selling out. Perhaps Machine Head thought they were selling out too because on their next album, Through the Ashes of Empires, they returned to their familiar cacophony.
Machine Head was formed in 1991 after vocalist and guitarist Rob Flynn left Vio-lence. He was feeling musically unfulfilled and asked his bandmates if he could do a side project. They said no. Frustrated, Flynn left the band and formed Machine Head with bassist Adam Duce.
The duo then secured the talents of guitarist Logan Mader and drummer Tony Costanze. Those musicians are no longer in the group. Machine Head’s current lineup includes Flynn, Duce, guitarist Phil Demmel and drummer Dave McClain. Contrary to popular belief the band is not named after the Deep Purple album.
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