Machine Head just shared new schedule of their 2022 US tour dates. This tour will happen after their latest ‘ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN’ album. We will help you in finding shows and tickets to any upcoming Machine Head concerts in 2022!
‘Of Kingdom and Crown‘ (also known as OF KINGDOM and Crown) is the album of the tenth studio of American metal band Machine Head, released on August 26, 2022, via Nuclear Blast and Imperium Recordings.
The band’s debut album with guitarist Waclaw Kieltyka who joined the group in late 2019. Matt Alston, who joined the group in the same year did not appear on the album. Instead, the drums are played by Navene Koperweis, who served in the capacity of session drummer on the album. The band’s debut concept album, Of Kingdom and Crown, is in a futuristic, bleak desert and centers on two main characters: Ares and Eros, who are on their own murder sprees following the deaths of loved family members.
Machine Head’s frontman Rob Flynn also described the album:
“The concept is set in a futuristic wasteland where the sky is always crimson red, and it’s based around two characters. Character number one is named Ares, and he loses the love of his life, Amethyst, and goes on a murderous rampage against the people who killed her.
Character number two is Eros, who loses his mother to a drug overdose and, in his downward spiral, of depression, becomes radicalized by this charismatic leader and goes on his own killing spree and is one of the people who killed Amethyst. And so the lyrics detail how their lives intertwine.”
Machine Head 2022 Massive Tour Dates
Here are all the scheduled Machine Head concerts. If the schedule for the concert isn’t correct, you can contact us and we will add a concert by Machine Head 2022 to our database.
Machine Head is an American heavy metal group hailing from Oakland, California. Guitarist and vocalist Robb Flynn formed the band (Machine Head) in 1991. He is the sole Original member of the group. The current lineup includes Flynn and Bassist Jared MacEachern, guitarist Waclaw Kieltyka, and the drummer Matt Alston.
The first four albums by Machine Head led to a growing following in Europe However, the group would not enjoy popularity in the United States until later releases. The band was criticized for the fourth studio album Supercharger (2001). Its only single was “Crashing Around You” and all major media removed the music video. The band was almost disbanded in 2002 following a deal to end the Label Roadrunner Records because of the controversy, but they would later sign a new contract as a member of the label.
Machine Head also shared the statement about its upcoming US tour:
“Were fucking STOKED to get out and demolish venues in some of our favorite small towns in America,” Flynn said in a press release. “We have had an awesome and productive pandemic break writing our new album ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN, but now it’s time for Machine Head to go melt some faces!!
The reaction to our ‘Electric Happy Hour (Live)’ shows in Scotland so far are nothing short of incredible, so for this first leg of this U.S. run we will continue and will see us performing solo for two-and-a-half to three hours a night. We LOVED performing our online shows which we dubbed Electric Happy Hour for you Head Cases over the pandemic, the loose, beer-drenched and unscripted setlist, the deep-cuts, the random cover songs.
It gave us the freedom to do whatever the fuck we wanted for as long as we wanted every night was liberating. It’s not what everyone else is doing, and frankly, there are not a lot of bands who could even pull it off, but Machine Head CAN pull it off, and we are excited as fuck to do it again. We are carving our own path here, playing by our own rules, and as an artist. It’s the best feeling in the world, so come down and rage.”
When is the Machine Head US tour starting and finishing?
The new and fresh headlining Jinjer tour kicks off on November 3 in Fresno, California, and ends on December 23 in Sacramento.
How long do Machine Head concerts last?
Machine Head tour comprises a two-and-a-half to three-hour performance every night, with sets that feature new songs, fan-favorite tracks deep cuts, covers, and much more.
How you can buy the Machine Head concert tickets?
Tickets go on sale Friday, September 9th at 10 a.m. local time in the USA. You can also check the tour dates below!
How much cost is a Machine Head concert?
It depends on your region, Machine Head‘s concert tickets can be found for as low as $50, with an average price of $300,00.
Average setlist of Machine Head concerts:
- Creeping Death (METALLICA cover)
- Aesthetics Of Hate
- Bite The Bullet
- Killers & Kings
- Ten Ton Hammer
- Desire To Fire
- Become The Firestorm
- I Am Hell (Sonata In C#)
- Choke On The Ashes Of Your Hate
- From This Day
Machine Head 2022 USA Tour Dates
- 11/3 Fulton 55 – Fresno, CA
- 11/6 Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City. UT
- 11/8 Knitting Factory – Spokane. WA
- 11/10 Revolution – Boise. ID
- 11/12 The Gaslight Social – Casper. WY
- 11/13 Black Sheep – Colorado Springs. CO
- 11/15 The Original – Minot, ND
- 11/16 The Hall at Fargo Brewing – Fargo, ND
- 11/18 Bigs Bar – Sioux Falls, SD
- 11/19 Royal Grove – Lincoln, NE
- 11/20 Outland Ballroom – Springfield, MO
- 11/21 Red Flag – St.Louis, MO
- 11/22 High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI
- 11/23 Deluxe @ Old National Center – Indianapolis, IN
- 11/25 The Forge – Joliet, IL
- 11/26 Machine Shop – Flint, MI
- 11/27 A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH
- 11/28 Legends – Cincinnati, OH
- 11/30 The Paramount – Huntington, NY
- 12/1 Portland House of Music – Portland, ME
- 12/2 Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ
- 12/3 Reverb – Reading, PA
- 12/4 Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
- 12/6 Elevation 27 – Virginia Beach, VA
- 12/7 The Loud – Huntington, WV
- 12/8 Underground – Charlotte, NC
- 12/9 Eastside Bowl – Nashville, TN
- 12/10 Music Farm – Charleston, SC
- 12/12 Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
- 12/13 Orpheum – Tampa, FL
- 12/15 The Hall – Little Rock, AR
- 12/16 Whiskey Nights – Oklahoma City, OK
- 12/17 WAVE – Wichita, KS
- 12/18 Amplified Live Inside Stage – Dallas, TX
- 12/20 Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM
- 12/21 The Rock – Tucson, AZ
- 12/22 HOB – San Diego. CA
- 12/23 Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
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