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Metal Review: Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds (2014)

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

Groove metal giants Machine are back with their eighth full-length studio release, “Bloodstone & Diamonds,” and it is exactly what I expected – an absolutely crushing riff fest that fits within the Machine Head arsenal perfectly. In the last three years since the release of “Unto the Locust,” the band has dealt with some turbulent

Machine Head Reveals New Bassist

Groove metal giants Machine Head have revealed the replacement for former bassist Adam Duce, who left the fold earlier this year. Former Sanctity man Jared MacEachern will join the band on their upcoming stint on the Rockstar Mayhem U.S. Festival, and will enter the studio with the guys to record their new album near the

Machine Head Bassist Adam Duce Leaves the Band

Machine Head bassist and founding member, Adam Duce, has left the band. Machine Head has announced this on their official web site. No specific details have been revealed yet, but the band has made it clear that Duce parted on good terms. The band states that they “would like to wish Adam the best with

Metal Review: Machine Head – Machine F**king Head Live (2012)

It is no secret that I have a love affair going on with Machine Head. They are an intense band that has made some seriously good music over the years, and once they released The Blackening, they absolutely blew me away. While I agree that Unto the Locust was an amazing effort, it really let

Metal Review – Machine Head – Unto The Locust (2011)

It is hard to believe that it has been four years since the epic release of The Blackening, but it is actually true. With the success of The Blackening and the long waiting period between albums, Machine Head had better be pretty sure that this album rocked. Also, with the release their first single off