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Machine Head Frontman Robb Flynn: We Fired Bassist Adam Duce

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The news came as a bit of a shock last week when Machine Head announced they were parting ways with longtime bassist Adam Duce. A very general statement on the matter revealed the separation, stating that the split was amicable and that the band wished Duce the best in his current and future endeavors. Now, a new letter from frontman Robb Flynn reveals that Duce was, in fact, fired from the band.

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Machine Head Bassist Adam Duce Exits Band

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In surprise news, Machine Head have parted ways with bassist Adam Duce, according to a statement posted on the band's official website.

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Reflects on the Death of Metallica’s Cliff Burton

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Metallica's Cliff Burton is one of the most beloved figures in the history of hard rock and metal and his memory lives on with the legacy of the band's early albums. One of the future rockers who was influenced by the work of Burton and his Metallica bandmates was Machine Head's Robb Flynn, who posted a new journal entry reflecting on what Burton meant to him in honor of the celebration of the bassist's birthday.

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Shares New Music Progress + Recaps Solo Shows

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Robb Flynn has been playing some solo shows of late, but Machine Head fans should not worry about the band's future. In fact, the rocker revealed in his latest online posting that he and his bandmates recently got in their first jam session hoping to spark material for their next album.

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Continues Acoustic Fascination With Solo Shows

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Machine Head's Robb Flynn has gotten a taste of playing acoustic over the last couple of months and he's anxious to work in a few more performances. As such, the singer-guitarist has booked four acoustic performances this coming week in California.

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Machine Head To Begin Work on New Album

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

No doubt Machine Head have had massive amounts of success with their 2011 album ‘Locust,' but now they are starting to plot out their next disc. On Machine Head’s official site, frontman Robb Flynn connects with his fans through his entries called ‘The General Journals: Diary of a Frontman…and other Ramblings” and in his latest journal entry, titled ‘Where Do We Go Now…?,’ Flynn mentions plans for the band to write new material "this week or next."

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Machine Head Win Metal Video of the Year in the 2012 Loudwire Music Awards

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Roadrunner

Coming in strong in the 2012 Loudwire Music Awards with more than half of the overall vote for Metal Video of the Year is Machine Head for 'Darkness Within.' The honor is incredibly well-earned, as the visual accompaniment for 'Darkness Within' plays more like an acclaimed short film rather than a music video.

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Joins Tony La Russa + Friends at Animal Rescue Foundation Benefit

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Machine Head have built their fan base over a steadily strong career, but singer Robb Flynn still gets surprised by who some of his fans are. The rocker reveals in his latest journal that former baseball manager Tony La Russa and his family have shown their fandom for his work in recent years, which is something that still blows him away.

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Talks Moving Performance at Mitch Lucker Memorial Concert

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Machine Head's Robb Flynn has plenty to get off his chest and he's reviving his online diaries as his forum. Among the topics on his mind as part of his 'The General Journals: Diary of a Frontman … and Other Ramblings' missive was his recent performance at the Mitch Lucker Memorial Show, honoring the late Suicide Silence frontman with an acoustic cover of Black Sabbath's 'Die Young.'

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Dethklok Rock New York City With Support From Machine Head, All That Remains + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Metalheads in New York City got a treat on Friday night (Dec. 14) when Dethklok, All That Remains, Machine Head and the Black Dahlia Murder came into town for their rescheduled show at Roseland Ballroom.

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