Machine Head Tickets for Sale

Machine Head released their debut album 'Burn My Eyes,' in 1994, on Roadrunner Records. Nothing short of a cult album as far as metal music was concerned, 'Burn My Eyes' revolutionized the hard music scene. A spectacular success, the album sold 100,000 copies in the U.S. alone grossing a staggering 400,000 copies worldwide. This made Machine Head the highest selling debut artist for Roadrunner Records at that time. Apart from registering extraordinarily impressive sales, the album also received wide critical acclaim the world over. The release of album was followed by some heavy touring and Machine Head performed to sold out shows in front of thousands of yelling, ecstatic fans. After the stupendous success and popularity of 'Burn My Eyes,' the expectations of millions of fans worldwide were touching the skies and Machine Head came out with 'The More Things Change.' The album proved to be just what the fans wanted bringing them accolades and rave reviews from all directions. The band again did some heavy touring to satiate the thirst of their millions of fans who wanted more and more of them. The wildly successful live shows established Machine Head as one of the major crowd pullers.

'The Burning Red' was released in 1999, wherein Rob Flynn, the lead vocalist/lyricist of the band, gave vent to his own deep and long pent up emotions. This bold lyrical experiment with heavy dose of metal music instantly clicked with the legions of band's fans worldwide, who were eagerly awaiting the release of the album. The album surpassed the massive success of 'Burn My Eyes' in the U.S. This was followed by the release of Supercharger (2001) and live album HellaLive. Year 2003 would see the band vault to the top once again with the release of outstanding 'Through the Ashes of Empires.' Rightly touted as the band's best album to date, the album received whopping response from millions of zealous fans and even critics hailed the album for its brilliant music.

Machine Head's live performances have always drawn huge crowds. Irrespective of them performing in the U.S., Europe, Japan or Germany, the reaction of the crowd is always the same - wild and ecstatic. Audiences just continue to rock along in state of frenzy. You just can't afford to miss out on this unique experience. Unfortunately, tickets are really hard to come by. If you wish to join the party, contact your online ticket vendor right now!
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Feb 23 Fri 6:30 PM Machine Head Concord Music Hall
Chicago, IL
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Feb 24 Sat 8:00 PM Machine Head Pop's Concert Venue
East St. Louis, IL
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Feb 27 Tue 8:00 PM Machine Head The Summit Music Hall
Denver, CO
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Mar 1 Thu 8:00 PM Machine Head House Of Blues - Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
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Mar 2 Fri 9:00 PM Machine Head The Fonda Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
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Mar 3 Sat 8:00 PM Machine Head Fox Theater - Oakland
Oakland, CA
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Mar 5 Mon 8:00 PM Machine Head Roseland Theater
Portland, OR
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Mar 6 Tue 7:00 PM Machine Head Commodore Ballroom
Vancouver, BC
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Mar 7 Wed 8:00 PM Machine Head The Showbox
Seattle, WA
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They redefined playing metal and hard rock music with their outstandingly brilliant 'Burn My Eyes.' Each time they play live, they scorch the stage with their powerful music. The 'Machine Head' drive the audiences to a state of mass hysteria with their unique chemistry and strong yet melodious singing. Nobody can help but sing along to their tunes and gyrate to their music in a mesmerized state of mind. Though the band have toured extensively since they hit the rock music scene in 1994 like a tornado, but people just don't seem to get enough of them. They continue to perform to sold out shows. Procuring the tickets for Machine Head concerts can prove to be an extremely cumbersome job. So just leave it to your online ticket vendor to locate the tickets of your own choice.

Machine Head's modest beginnings were definitely not commensurate with what they have achieved. They would practice at a warehouse in Oakland along with four other wannabe rock bands and perform at small parties. However, from the very beginning they aimed to create something revolutionary in the metal-music world. They conveyed this to the people by resorting to some aggressive and interesting marketing tactics on their own. They would distribute flyers at high schools and other institutions and paste stickers on the cars. The recording of their demo tape makes an equally interesting story. Machine Head did their first recording in the bedroom of a friend of theirs. A humble recording it might have been, but it did not fail to impress the bigwigs of Roadrunner Records.
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