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Machine Head is an American heavy metal band formed in 1991 by vocalist/guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. They have released nine studio albums, two live albums, one extended play, one video album, and thirteen singles. Later that year, Logan Mader and Tony Costanza were hired as guitarist and drummer respectively. Costanza left the band shortly afterwards, being replaced by Chris Kontos. In 1993, they signed to Roadrunner Records and released their debut album, Burn My Eyes, in 1994. Their second album, The More Things Change..., was released in 1997.
In 1999, Machine Head released The Burning Red, with this album the band changed its musical direction and were accused of selling out. Despite backlash from the media, the album debuted at number 88 on the Billboard 200. In 2001, Machine Head released its fourth studio album, Supercharger. The music video for "Crashing Around You", taken from this album, was avoided by MTV after the September 11, 2001 attacks due to its depictions of falling buildings. After the music video ban, Roadrunner stopped promoting the album, causing the band to leave the label after the release of a live album, Hellalive, only for contract obligations.
The band's fifth studio album, Through the Ashes of Empires, was released in Europe and caught the attention of Roadrunner US. The label asked the band to re-sign to them and the band accepted. In March 2007, Machine Head released its sixth studio album, The Blackening, which debuted at number 54 on the Billboard 200, their highest chart position in the United States.

Albums

Studio albums

{ "—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Live albums

{ US
Main.
! scope="col" SCO
Peak chart position on the Scottish Singles Chart:
  • Old:
  • Take My Scars:
  • From This Day:
  • Days Turn Blue to Gray:

! scope="col" UK
! scope="col" UK
Rock
Peak chart position on the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart:
  • Old:
  • Take My Scars:
  • From This Day:
  • Crashing Around You:
  • Days Turn Blue to Gray:
  • Locust:

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1994
"Davidian"
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—
—
—
rowspan="2"Burn My Eyes
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1995
"Old"
—
37
43
2
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rowspan="2"1997
"Ten Ton Hammer"
—
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
rowspan="2"The More Things Change...
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"Take My Scars"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" 66
style="text-align:center;" 73
style="text-align:center;" 2
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1999
"From This Day"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" 74
style="text-align:center;" 74
style="text-align:center;" 1
rowspan="3"The Burning Red
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rowspan="2" 2000
"The Blood, The Sweat, the Tears"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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"Silver (Take My Hand)"
style="text-align:center;" —
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style="text-align:center;" —
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2001
"Crashing Around You"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" 89
style="text-align:center;" 12
Supercharger
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2003
"Imperium"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
rowspan="2"Through the Ashes of Empires
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2004
"Days Turn Blue to Gray"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" 95
style="text-align:center;" 77
style="text-align:center;" 3
-
rowspan="2" 2007
"Aesthetics of Hate"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
rowspan="3"The Blackening
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"Now I Lay Thee Down"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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2008
"Halo"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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2011
"Locust"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" 5
rowspan="2"Unto the Locust
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2012
"Darkness Within"
style="text-align:center;" 35
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
-
rowspan="2" 2014
"Killers & Kings"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
rowspan="2"Bloodstone & Diamonds
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"Now We Die"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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style="text-align:center;" —
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2016
"Is There Anybody Out There?"
style="text-align:center;" 36
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
Non-album track
-
rowspan="2" 2017
"Beyond the Pale"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
rowspan="2"Catharsis
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"Catharsis"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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2019
"Do or Die"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
Non-album track
-
rowspan="3"2020
"Stop the Bleeding (feat. Killswitch Engage's Jesse Leach)"
style="text-align:center;" —
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style="text-align:center;" —
Non-album track
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"Bulletproof"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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Non-album track
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"My Hands Are Empty"
style="text-align:center;" —
style="text-align:center;" —
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style="text-align:center;" —
Non-album track
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colspan="7" style="text-align:center; font-size:8pt;" "—" denotes releases that did not chart.
-

Promotional singles

{ class=wikitable
! Year
! Name
! Album
-
rowspan=22000
"Alcoholocaust"
Heavy Metal 2000 soundtrack and The Burning Red
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"Hole in the Sky"
Nativity in Black II: A Tribute to Black Sabbath
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2009
"Beautiful Mourning"
The Blackening
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2011
"This Is the End"
Unto the Locust

Videos

Video albums

{ style="font-size:8pt;" Peak chart positions
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!style="width:3em;font-size:75%;" US
!style="width:3em;font-size:75%;" SWE
!style="width:3em;font-size:75%;" UK
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2005
Elegies
  • Released: October 11, 2005
  • Label: Roadrunner (#610944)
  • Format: DVD
style="text-align:center;" 13
style="text-align:center;" 7
style="text-align:center;" 4
a. Refers to the Billboard Top Music Video chart.

Music videos

{ class="wikitable"
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! Year
! Song
! Album
! Director
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1992
"Fuck It All"
style="text-align:center;" Jerry Allen
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1994
"Davidian"
rowspan="2" Burn My Eyes
style="text-align:center;" Sheila Rene
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1995
"Old"
style="text-align:center;" Bill Ward
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1997
"Ten Ton Hammer"
rowspan="2" The More Things Change...
style="text-align:center;" Bill Ward
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1998
"Take My Scars"
style="text-align:center;" Chris Hafner
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1999
"From This Day"
The Burning Red
style="text-align:center;" Michael Martin
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2001
"Crashing Around You"
Supercharger
style="text-align:center;" Nathan Cox
-
rowspan="2" 2003
"The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears" (Live)
Hellalive
style="text-align:center;" Robb Flynn
-
"Imperium"
rowspan="2" Through the Ashes of Empires
rowspan="7" style="text-align:center;" Mike Sloat
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2004
"Days Turn Blue to Gray"
-
rowspan="2" 2007
"Aesthetics of Hate"
rowspan="3" The Blackening
-
"Now I Lay Thee Down"
-
rowspan="2" 2008
"Halo"
-
"Hallowed Be Thy Name"
The Blackening (special edition)
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2011
"Locust"
rowspan="2" Unto the Locust
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2012
"Darkness Within"
style="text-align:center;" Robb Flynn, Milan Basel and Jiří Novotný
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2014
"Now We Die"
rowspan="2" Bloodstone & Diamonds
style="text-align:center;" Mike Sloat
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2015
"Now We Die (live)"
style="text-align:center;" -
-
rowspan="7" 2018
"Catharsis"
rowspan="7" Catharsis
style="text-align:center;" Frazier Bradshaw
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"Beyond The Pale" (fan contest winner)
style="text-align:center;" Mélanie Gaonac'h
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"Bastards" (poetry slam)
style="text-align:center;" Mark Nunez
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"Kaleidoscope"
style="text-align:center;" Mike Sloat
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"Volatile" (lyric video)
style="text-align:center;" Tommy Antonini
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"Volatile" (live in the UK 2018)
style="text-align:center;" Fiaz Farrelly
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"Triple Beam" (lyric video)
style="text-align:center;" Tommy Antonini
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2019
"Do Or Die"
"Non-album single"
style="text-align:center;" Marius Milinski
-
rowspan="2" 2020
"Stop the Bleeding (feat. Killswitch Engage's Jesse Leach)"
"Non-album single"
style="text-align:center;" rowspan="2" Mike Sloat
-
"My Hands Are Empty"
"Non-album single"
b. The music video for "Fuck It All" was filmed prior to the recording of Burn My Eyes. It appeared on the album under the title of "Block".


Category:Discographies of American artists
Category:Heavy metal group discographies
 
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