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Machine Head Announce Burn My Eyes Anniversary Tour and Lineup

After the departure of longtime members Phil Demmel and Dave McClain, Machine Head announce a European tour to celebrate the anniversary of their debut album, Burn My Eyes.

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Ministry: Dark Side of the Terrible Mind, Mole, Honey in the Rio Grande

Emerging from Chicago in 1981, Ministry has quickly evolved and grown from its inception as a synth-pop band to one of the most influential and successful industrial metal bands to date. Even before other artists that were heavily influenced by them emerged, notably Nine Inch Nails, Ministry had released albums that are still iconic industrial metal albums today. The strogest of these pre-1990 albums would be The Land of Rape and Honey (1988) and The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste (1990). These albums really solidified a path to a major change in direction that most bands wouldn't dare turn onto. "Stigmata", "The Missing", "Thieves", "Burning Inside", and "Breathe" are only naming a handful.

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Featured Artist: Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost formed in 1988 in Halifax, England. Beginning in death/doom metal, they have explored their way through goth metal, progressive rock, and beyond. Notable songs include "One Second", "Hallowed Land", "Forever After", "Symbol Of Life", "Forever Failure", "Praise Lamented Shade", "Until The Grave", and many more.

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Featured Artist: The Dreaming

The Dreaming

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Hans Zimmer: France 2016

An article inspired by Hans Zimmer, composer, live at the Theatre Antique d'Orange in France.

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Machine Head: "The Burning Red" (song) Was Is As Much Underrated As Groundbreaking

The closing track, the title track, to Machine Head's 1999 release "The Burning Red" boasts a daring and emotional standing on depression and suicide. Its musical construction, also unique, sweeps from soft to heavy with an ending that slows rhythmically and progressively.

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