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Watch Machine Head Unleash Hell In A Tiny London Dive Bar

Machine Head revisit Burn My Eyes and more inside The K! Pit, in association with Rizla

This week we welcome the legendary Machine Head into The K! Pit, in association with Rizla. A mainstay of heavy music for over a quarter-century, Robb Flynn and co. crammed into our favourite London dive bar for a one-off set that just didn’t want to end. They were scheduled to play for 30 minutes, but ended up performing for over an hour!

You can watch the chaos unfold in the video below. Opening on a Burn My Eyes era celebration, it turns into the ultimate heavy metal jam session as Machine Head bust out covers by Black Sabbath, Sepultura, White Zombie and more.

And because this is The K! Pit, in association with Rizla, the energy never drops below dangerous levels. Crowdsurfers are hurled through the air constantly while the frenzied mosh down front refuses to relent. This is Machine Head’s smallest UK show in years and nobody wants to waste a second by standing still.

Machine Head setlist

Blood For Blood
Old
A Thousand Lies
The Rage To Overcome
Davidian
Paranoid (Black Sabbath cover)
Thunderkiss ‘65 (White Zombie cover)
Territory (Sepultura cover)
Roots (Sepultura cover)
Angry Chair (Alice In Chains cover)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana cover)
A Lesson In Violence (Exodus cover)
Death Church
Fuck It All

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Posted on November 21st 2019, 7:30pm
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