NewsFebruary 6, 2014 10:13 PM ET2,863 views

Machine Head set to record new album

Machine Head will enter JingleTown Recording in Oakland, CA this weekend to begin tracking their next album, expected to surface late this year via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Frontman Robb Flynn has issued the following:
We load into Green Day's place - JingleTown Studios to start recording our New Album on Sunday. As our guitar tech Rodrigo (aka: Shot Rod) would say, Stok-ED!! Looking forward to this, it's gonna be a fun album to record. We have some really, really strong songs, powerful songs. There's no question it's going to be a big project. So with big projects come big expectations and sometimes big "issues," but the feeling in the band, the feeling BETWEEN the band, is so positive we're chomping at the bit to get started. We know it will be a big undertaking but were up for it. We're ready. We're approaching two decades of recording and releasing our music to you. Let that sink in for a minute... because it definitely causes me to pause. Most bands do not get to make music for as long as we have and flourish. Most bands do not get to build an "army" of fans and friends. We have, and for one of many reasons, we refuse to rest on our laurels. There's no getting complacent at this stage of the game. Good isn't good enough, it has to change the world, it has to dent the universe. You won't care if it's anything less. We're putting in the long, hard, boring hours of work that it takes to make something truly special. And I have to mention it again; the feeling of 4 guys pulling together, 4 guys all on the same page, 4 guys all on the same team, man... it is an amazing feeling. I can't remember a time when the band was this locked-in mentally, physically, and spiritually. There's still a waaaaays to go before we're done, a few songs still getting wrapped up musically / lyrically... But yeah, it begins... this weekend.



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