Watch The Reformed Burn My Eyes Era Machine Head Perform Davidian
Machine Head recently announced their plans to tour iconic debut album Burn My Eyes in its entirety, bringing back 1994-era members Chris Kontos and Logan Mader for the ride.
And as Kerrang! revealed last week, Machine Head are re-recording Burn My Eyes to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The band recently entered Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California, to lay down the tracks, and now MH have posted footage of Robb Flynn, Jared MacEachern, Chris Kontos and Logan Mader slamming through iconic track Davidian.
“The line-up that’ll be going out on tour have actually gone and re-recorded Burn My Eyes live in the studio. We plan on dripping that out song-by-song. It’ll probably be digital-only – just something cool to help celebrate,” Robb Flynn recently told Kerrang!.
“We filmed ourselves doing it so there’ll probably be some play-through videos, too. It’s so cool seeing us playing those songs again for the first time, like, ‘How does that riff go?’ or, ‘What was that lyric again?’ There are mistakes, but we just left them in. It was just part of this really special, fun, positive moment.”
Machine Head are touring Burn My Eyes across the UK and Europe at the dates below. Get your tickets now.
Machine Head 2019 tour
5 Germany – Freiburg Arena Musikclub
7 Holland – Tilburg 013
9 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
2 UK – London O2 Academy Brixton
4 UK – Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
5 UK – Glasgow O2 Academy
7 UK – Belfast Telegraph Building
8 Ireland – Dublin Olympia Theatre
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