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This Is The Setlist For Machine Head’s Burn My Eyes Anniversary Tour

Here’s what Machine Head played on their epic Burn My Eyes anniversary tour

This year, Machine Heads seminal debut album Burn My Eyes celebrated its 25th anniversary. Released way back in 1994, it heralded the dawn of a new age for 90s metal, as Robb Flynn’s signature barking vocals provided the soundtrack to metalheads across the world. 

And, as you might expect, Machine Head were keen to mark such an important event with something special. Although the actual release date was in August, Machine Head have embarked on a celebratory Burn My Eyes anniversary tour of Europe with original drummer Chris Kontos and original guitarist Logan Mader. 

It’s a huge honor for me to take part in celebrating Burn My Eyes’ 25th birthday!,” said Logan back in March. It’s hard to believe this is actually happening. I feel like I won the guitar player lottery… again. The fact that BME is still relevant today has a lot to do with the fact that Robb has kept the band alive and strong for two and a half decades. I’m very grateful for this!”

READ THIS: Robb Flynn looks back on Machine Head’s Burn My Eyes

This is an absolute mind blower! Playing these songs again after 23 years feels just amazing,” added Chris. The fact that it’s 25 years later and the BME record is still relevant and revered is humbling to say the least. Doing a huge world tour in celebration of the record is a great way to acknowledge the legacy of Machine Head’s past and future.” 

The tour kicked off on October 5 at the Sick-Arena in Freiburg, Germany, and will continue through Europe and into the UK and Ireland in November.

Here’s what’s in store for you lucky Machine Head fans. A whopping 25 songs across two separate sets, including two tracks that haven’t been played live since 2004. Yes please. 

Machine Head Burn My Eyes setlist 2019

Imperium
Take My Scars
Now We Die
Beautiful Mourning
Clenching The Fists Of Dissent
Locust
I Am Hell (Sonata In C#)
Aesthetics Of Hate
Guitar Solo
Darkness Within
Catharsis
From This Day
Ten Ton Hammer
Is There Anybody Out There?
Halo

INTERMISSION

Burn My Eyes
Real Eyes, Realize, Real Lies
Davidian
Old
A Thousand Lies
None But My Own
The Rage To Overcome
Death Church
A Nation On Fire
Blood For Blood
I’m Your God Now
Block

Check out Machine Head at one of the dates below. Get your tickets here.

Machine Head Burn My Eyes tour 2019

October

07 Holland – Tilburg 013
09 Denmark – Copenhagen Amager Bio
11 Germany – Wuerzburg Posthalle
12 Germany – Leipzig Haus Auensee
14 Germany – Bochum Ruhr Congress
15 Germany – Munich Zenith
16 Austria – Vienna Gasometer
18 Poland – Gdansk B90
19 Poland – Warsaw Progressja
20 Hungary – Budapest Baba Negra
22 Switzerland – Zurich Komplex
23 France – Lyon Le Radiant
25 Italy – Milan Live Club
26 Italy – Padova Hall
27 Luxembourg – Lux Expo
29 France – Paris Le Trianon
31 Belgium – Brussels Forest National 

November

02 UK – London O2 Academy Brixton
04 UK – Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
05 UK – Glasgow O2 Academy
07 UK – Belfast Telegraph Building
08 Ireland – Dublin Olympia Theatre

READ THIS: How 1994 changed rock music forever

Posted on October 7th 2019, 10:44a.m.
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