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Machine Head is an American Metal band from Oakland, California. The band was founded in 1992 by Robert Flynn (vocals/guitar) and Adam Duce (Bass) and has now sold over 1,7 million records over the world. The name of the band is NOT related to the Deep Purple record '''Machine Head'''. The band is considered to be a pioneer of the so-called '''New Wave Of American Heavy Metal''' and was later cricised to have turned into a NU-Metal band. The band almost broke up but they had a comeback in 2003 and are now once again one of the most important '''Thrash-Metal''' bands.
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Machine Head is an American Metal band from Oakland, California. The band was founded in 1992 by '''Robert Flynn''' (vocals/guitar) and '''Adam Duce''' (Bass) and has now sold over 1,7 million records over the world. The name of the band is NOT related to the Deep Purple record '''Machine Head'''. The band is considered to be a pioneer of the so-called '''New Wave Of American Heavy Metal''' and was later cricised to have turned into a NU-Metal band. The band almost broke up but they had a comeback in 2003 and are now once again one of the most important '''Thrash-Metal''' bands.
== Foundation and Early Years ==
== Foundation and Early Years ==

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Machine Head

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Machine Head is an American Metal band from Oakland, California. The band was founded in 1992 by Robert Flynn (vocals/guitar) and Adam Duce (Bass) and has now sold over 1,7 million records over the world. The name of the band is NOT related to the Deep Purple record Machine Head. The band is considered to be a pioneer of the so-called New Wave Of American Heavy Metal and was later cricised to have turned into a NU-Metal band. The band almost broke up but they had a comeback in 2003 and are now once again one of the most important Thrash-Metal bands.

Foundation and Early Years

Most Important Record: Burn My Eyes

Style Change

Comeback

Musical Style

Discography

Studio Records

   * 1994 – Burn My Eyes
   * 1997 – The More Things Change
   * 1999 – The Burning Red
   * 2001 – Supercharger
   * 2003 – Hellalive
   * 2003 – Through the Ashes of Empires
   * 2007 – The Blackening

Singles

   * 1995 – Old
   * 1999 – From This Day
   * 1999 – Year of the Dragon
   * 2004 – Days Turn Blue to Grey

DVDs

   * 2005 – Elegies (live in London)