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Machine Head Announces "Unto The Locust" Album Listening Sessions

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In celebration of release of the new album "Unto The Locust" on September 27th, Machine Head will be attending four listening events in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Oakland. These events provide fans with an opportunity to celebrate the album’s release with the band and hear the new album in its entirety (Machine Head will not be performing at any of these events).

Says vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn of the festivities, “There are listening parties being held for this release all over the world, but we felt that putting a handful of events together here in the States and attending them ourselves would be a great way to give our fans and friends across the country a chance to hear the album before its release, and us a chance to hang with all of them as that’s happening. We can’t wait!”

Details are as follows:

Thursday, September 22nd - Los Angeles, CA - On The Rox (upstairs at The Roxy Theatre), 9009 West Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Presented by Full Metal Jackie - 10:00 PM, 21 & Over.

Saturday, September 24th - New York, NY - Last Rites Tattoo Theatre & Gallery, 511 West 33rd St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10001 9:00 PM, All Ages, refreshments will be served.

Sunday, September 25th – Chicago, IL - Exit, 1315 West North Ave, Chicago, Il 60622 Presented by The Chicago Metal Factory - 9:00 PM, 21 & Over.

Tuesday, September 27th – Oakland, CA - Oakland Metro Operahouse, 630 3rd St, Oakland, CA 94607 8:00 PM, All Ages.

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