Machine Head Kaleidoscope video klibini yayınladı. 26 Ocak’da yeni albümü Catharsis’i çıkartmaya hazırlanan Amerikalı grup, albümden çekilen ikinci video klibi müzik severlerle paylaştı. Youtube üzerinden yayınlanan Kaleidoscope’un yönetmen koltuğunda Mike Sloat oturuyor.
“KALEIDOSCOPE” MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE Head Cases! Listen and watch the full version now on Spotify, YouTube and all Machine Head socials. Link also in bio ?. Our new album, CATHARSIS, is out next Friday, January 26th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Our world tour kicks off on January 25th! Dates, tickets and VIP packages at machinehead1.com/tour. Who’s ready? #MachineHead #MachineFuckingHead #MHCatharsis #Catharsis #SpreadTheHead #Headcases #Metal #HeavyMetal #Metalhead #Metalheads #MetalForLife #NuclearBlast @robbflynn @demmelitionmh @davemcclaindrums @jaredmaceachern @nuclearblastusa @nuclearblasteurope
ANOTHER AMAZING REVIEW!!⠀ CATHARSIS RATING: 1 / 10⠀ ⠀ Where to begin? First of all, this album is a whopping 74 minutes and 17 seconds long, and has 15 songs on its standard edition. 15 songs! Whatever happened to choosing your best 8 or 10 songs for a full-length album? It is quite possible that this album would have been better received if it was shorter, because it would have meant less bad songs to sit through.⠀ ⠀ Fearing the worst and pressing ‘play’, the listener is in fact greeted with a pleasant surprise, because the opening track ‘Volatile’ is more than passable as a quintessential Machine Head tune, except for lyrical phrases like “fuck the world” and “sick of the pain” which are strongly reminiscent of the kind of drivel bands like Slipknot deliver on every song. Anything resembling Slipknot is bad, end of story. But regardless, this is actually a solid start to the album, and even boasts some signature MH guitar harmonies, which are mostly absent from the rest of the album. Next, you get into the title song, and your buzz is killed instantly. From here on, there is no turning back.⠀ ⠀ The title song is shockingly distant from anything remotely resembling a listenable incarnation of Machine Head, as overly melodic, over-processed lead vocal lines dominate this song, and Robb Flynn tries his hand at a straight-up pop-metal number here. Then comes ‘Beyond the Pale’, which is a heavy on the groove, and despite the generic down-tuned riffs, is another passable song. On a better album this would have been considered a weak link, but on this one it’s like gold dust. ⠀ ⠀ This is where the album really starts going downhill fast, as you are treated to the fake-agro nu metal song ‘California Bleeding’, complete with bad lyrics about California, while ‘Triple Beam’ goes full-on rap metal, and you are best advised to press ‘skip’ well before the song is finished. ‘Kaleidoscope’ revisits the pop-metal tendencies of the title song and has little to no redeemable qualities. 6 songs in, shit has hit the fan, as next comes ‘Bastards’, Machine Head’s attempt at a celtic pop-punk song. ⠀ ⠀ READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW HERE⠀ Link in bio @metalassault ⠀
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