Machine Head Announce Rescheduled UK And European Tour Dates

Machine Head will be bringing back the second leg of their UK/European Burn My Eyes 25th anniversary tour later in the year.

Machine Head Announce Rescheduled UK And European Tour Dates

After being forced to postpone their planned May and June tour dates because of coronavirus, Machine Head have now confirmed that they'll be returning to the UK and Europe later this year.

The California metal titans' second leg of their Burn My Eyes 25th anniversary tour will now be taking place in October and November, with all original tickets remaining valid for these rescheduled dates. In the UK, Robb Flynn and co. will be taking on the O2 Academy Birmingham on November 22, and London's O2 Academy Brixton the following evening.

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When the Burn My Eyes tour was originally announced, bassist Jared MacEachearn enthused: “Lemme just say, you head cases are in for a massively heavy treat. These Burn My eyes songs are sounding crushing, and the vibe is great. OG head cases are gonna feel it like the first time, and all you other cats are gonna see where it all began!”

This 25th anniversary special is made up of two parts on the night: Part One sees the band – Robb, Jared, guitarist Vogg Kiełtyka and drummer Matt Alston – cruising through the hits. Part Two, meanwhile, involves original members Chris Kontos and Logan Mader performing Burn My Eyes in its entirety. Fuck yes.

Catch the tour at the following dates:

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