As the day to honor dads around the country descends upon us, Roadrunner Records caught up with some of their own V.I.P. dads to ask them about the challenges of balancing family life with their day job. There’s always a delicate balance between family life and career. Add to that the touring, traveling, and time away from home that comes with being in a band, and it can be a real juggling act but these rockers have found a way to make it all work.
Ten Ton Hammer, the cover band that looks and sounds exactly like Machine Head (because it is Machine Head), played a ‘secret’ show in London at King’s College last night (June 6). Among the songs covered by Ten Ton Hammer were System of a Down's ‘Sad Statue’ and the Foo Fighters song ‘Everlong.’
Machine Head Talk Touring, Intense Fans
Machine Head's Robb Flynn Chats With Full Metal Jackie
One of metal's biggest tours hit New York City on Friday night (Feb. 7) with Machine Head, Suicide Silence and Darkest Hour nearly blowing the roof off the Best Buy Theater. This current leg of 'The Eighth Plague' tour is Machine Head's first true headlining tour in nearly five years -- and the NYC crowd welcomed them with rabid enthusiasm.
Get ready to witness one of the most awesome live concert moments ever. During Machine Head's Jan. 29 set in Buffalo, N.Y., one kid brought a sign that read "Let this 13-year-old play 'Aesthetics of Hate' with you." After Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn saw the sign, he invited the kid up onstage and threw his axe around the teen's shoulder.