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All You Need To Know About Machine Head's New Song - Do Or Die

All You Need To Know About Machine Head's New Song - Do Or Die

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Machine Head, one of the most successful and longstanding metal bands is once again making international metal rock news headlines and this time its front man Robb Flynn who is speaking out. Hotter than hot, the latest new song release, 'Do or Die', has been described by the lead singer of Machine Head as 'Vicious' and the one worded description has fans eagerly awaiting its release, which has yet to be announced. 

Metal music is one of the most popular music genres, amongst gambling at NetBet casino, having a pint at Hard Rock Café and jamming loud tunes in the car. It's quite evident that rock 'n roll has been a favourite past time for many, whether its listening to it or playing it. Machine Head has been around since 1991 and has been making top metal rock hits ever since. The band was formed in October 1991 by Robb Flynn and Adam Duce. The heavy metal band released their first album, 'Burn My Eyes', back in 1994 with their last album release in 2018 which was titled 'Catharsis'. 



According to Robb Flynn, the bands last Album 'Catharsis' was a complete disaster as the internet heard Demmel going on record saying he hated the album. Robb Flynn said he faced negative feedback and he couldn't go on social media without the hordes following with pitchforks. The first song was released and the internet raged at Robb. 

The heavy metal vocalist went on to say that he loved the album and his fans loved the album and that it was bound to upset some listeners as it was created to divide the white supremacist and racists, but the rest of Machine Head's audience was thrilled. 

On the final tour featuring Demmel and McClain, just before their departure from Machine Head, Robb Flynn stated he tried to keep the tour clean and civil by encouraging the crowds to appreciate the guitarist and drummer for Machine Head by chanting their names. It was an emotional time for the band, and Flynn goes on to say that that is the way it should be. 

"Do Or Die" has been the first song to be recorded since the band split with the drummer, Dave McClain and the guitarist, Phil Demmel. Being the result of a new era for Machine Head, it has been a highly anticipated release; one many were wondering whether or not it would actually happen. Now with Flynn stating the latest release is 'Vicious', fans are abuzz with excitement and are awaiting any new information regarding the release date. 

With Robb Flynn steering his band in the right direction with the right intentions, fans are as ecstatic as ever and are supporting the longstanding heroic metal head of music. The only question now is who will be joining Machine Head for good and will the music be as filled as it was previously? Many believe the music may be even better with a united band standing together rather than apart. 






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