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Machine Head Celebrate Album Anniversary

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The following announcement has been posted on the board at MACHINE HEAD's official website:

"Burn My Eyes Anniversary Show

August 8th, 2004 marks the 10th anniversary of the worldwide release of everybody's favorite album, Burn My Eyes. August 8th also marks the Philadelphia stop on the Road Rage tour. To celebrate the occasion, Machine Head have decided to set aside their regularly scheduled setlist for this one night, and for the first time ever, play Burn My Eyes in its entirety. Yes, you read that right... from start to finish. Again, this is a one night only event, probably a one time only event, so if you need to see this show, you know what to do. Just make sure you do it fast."

As previously reported, Machine Head's upcoming tour schedule is as follows:


3 - Cleveland, OH at The Odeon
4 - Toronto, CAN at Opera House
6 - Worcester, MA at Palladium
7 - New York, NY at Irving Plaza
8 - Philadelphia, PA at Theater of Living Arts
9 - Washington DC at 9:30 Club
10 - Norfolk, VA at Norva
11 - Winston Salem, NC at Ziggy’s
13 - Atlanta, GA at Masquerade
14 - Orlando, FL at House Of Blues
16 - Houston, TX at Engine Room
17 - San Antonio, TX at White Rabbit
18 - Dallas, TX at Trees
20 - Grand Rapids, MI at The Intersection
21 - Detroit, MI at Harpo’s
22 - Columbus, OH at Al Rosa Villa
23 - Chicago, IL at House Of Blues
24 - Milwaukee, WI at Eagles Club
25 - Minneapolis, MN at Quest
27 - Lawrence, KS at Granada
28 - Denver, CO at Gothic Theater
30 - Phoenix, AZ at Marquee Theater


1 - San Francisco, CA at Slim’s
3 - Ventura, CA at Ventura Theater
4 - Los Angeles, CA at House Of Blues
5 - Anaheim, CA at House Of Blues


22- Plymouth, UK at Pavillions
23 - Southampton, UK at Guildhall
24 - Bristol, UK at Academy
26 - Manchester, UK at Academy
27 - Glasgow, UK at Barrowlands
29 - Newcastle, UK at University
30 - Leeds, UK at Met University


1 - Nottingham, UK at Rock City
3 - Birmingham, UK at Academy
4 - Cardiff, UK at University
5 - Brixton, UK at Academy

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1. deathbringer writes:

That is both awesome and a shame. A shame only because their new album kicks so much a$$ and even Ten Ton Hammer has some good songs on it. Well CorrosiveMind gets to check out the full Burn My Eyes I guess! I'll be checking them out the next night in DC, so I'm glad to see a mixed set. I've played Burn My Eyes to death anyway ;-)

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