News•March 28, 2019 11:28 AM ET•3,907 views
Machine Head to release re-recorded version of 'Burn My Eyes'
Northern California metal veterans Machine Head have revealed plans to release a re-recorded version of their debut album, 1994's Burn My Eyes, later this year. The news comes on the heels of the announcement that the band would celebrate the 25th anniversary of the aforementioned album with a special tour hitting both Europe and North America and including former Machine Head members Logan Mader and Chris Kontos. Frontman Robb Flynn had the following to say to Kerrang:
"This 'Burn My Eyes' tour is happening, but it's still six months away. As Kerrang! have speculated, we are recording new music. We are getting to release new music. In fact, the line-up that'll be going out on tour have actually gone and re-recorded 'Burn My Eyes' live in the studio. We plan on dripping that out song by song. It'll probably be digital-only — just something cool to help celebrate. We filmed ourselves doing it, so there'll probably be some playthrough videos too. It's so cool seeing us playing those songs again for the first time, like, 'How does that riff go?' or, 'What was that lyric again?' There are mistakes, but we just left them in. It was just part of this really special, fun, positive moment."You can check out some studio footage via the tour announcement video below:
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