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Listen to Burn My Eyes in full with Robb Flynn of Machine Head

Published / Tue 12 Oct 2021

Burn My Eyes with Robb Flynn Special on Primordial Radio 2021

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San Francisco Bay Area metal titans Machine Head are celebrating 30 years as a band, a career that has led them to be become one of the most recognized, influential and pioneering metal bands, with numerous sold-out world tours, gold and silver records, Grammy nominations, hundreds of millions of streams and over four million records sold worldwide.

To celebrate, we revisit this Machine Head Special with Robb Flynn talking and playing through their legendary debut album Burn My Eyes. In this special, Pete BaileyFull Metal Hackett speak to Robb about how the album came together in the early ’90s, a look at the original lyrics to Davidian and celebrating the albums recent 25th anniversary.

The album playthrough starts at 20:31. 

On celebrating 30 years, singer/guitarist Robb Flynn says: “Thank you so much to the friends, tourmates and brothers and sisters in metal, that contributed to this. We are beyond grateful, genuinely humbled, and honored by your words. To all the bandmembers past and present who contributed riffs, ideas, melodies and lyrics, thank you for everything you brought and bring to the table. To Tony Costanza, who I wish was here to celebrate this moment with us, rest in power. Massive respect to the Head Cases that have fought side by side with us, stood with us through thick and thin, and believed for 30 years. We love you crazy motherfuckers.”

Burn My Eyes is the debut studio album by Machine Head, released on August 9, 1994 by Roadrunner Records. The album shipped over 400,000 copies worldwide, becoming Roadrunner Records’ best-selling debut album until the release of Slipknot’s self-titled debut album. This is Machine Head’s only studio album to feature drummer Chris Kontos.


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