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Burn My Eyes

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 1994

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: Rrd 9016

Average Rating: 90 / 100 (1 rating)

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Machine Head Burn My Eyes Album Cover

Personnel
Robb Flynn lead vocals, guitar
Logan Mader guitar
Adam Duce bass, backing vocals
Chris Kontos drums
Tracks
1.  Davidian  4:55
2.  Old  4:06
3.  A Thousand Lies  6:14
4.  None But My Own  6:14
5.  The Rage to Overcome  4:47
6.  Death Church  6:33
7.  A Nation on Fire  5:33
8.  Blood for Blood  3:40
9.  I'm Your God Now  5:51
10.  Real Eyes, Realize, Real Lies  2:45
11.  Block  5:00
  
Total Running Time:  55:38

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Existing comments about this CD

From: son of hell Date: April 7, 2002 at 14:09
no doubt, fellas, this is the best album, and only, these guys have known how to make it real good.

From: gloom^ Date: September 4, 2002 at 5:21
what a load of crap

From: Date: September 16, 2002 at 15:36
Best machine head album by FAR! good solid drumming and songs. 9/10

From: janth marco Date: August 12, 2003 at 17:07
It´s perfect. a great album, a real heavy metal.

From: Metalhead66 Date: October 7, 2004 at 16:27
This is their best. Old, A thousand eyes...Man did This Burn. Haven't heard the new one. I wonder if is as good as this.Rob Flynn was in the band Vio-lence!!! Cool Stuff!!!!

From: kirky Date: November 5, 2004 at 7:34
album of 90s

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 13, 2020 at 14:31
Machine Head are often seen as a successor to Pantera, coming out with a similarly thuggish style of post-thrash metal. And by their own admission, several of the bandmembers were little more than thugs themselves, dealing drugs and brawling in the streets of a rough town like Oakland. The music embodies that streetwise mentality, similar to Biohazard, although Machine Head are better musicians. Right away, Robb Flynn's guitar sound is unique in that he uses a fair amount of chorus (you can really hear it on that one harmonic note that has become his signature—see "None But My Own"). But his sound is thick and a little muddy, and doesn't have that razor-sharp tone like Dimebag Darrell. He's a decent singer, although not outstanding in either his bellow or his "normal" voice. The songs aim for Metallica-like complexity, which is sometimes beyond the band's grasp, but for the most part, this is a visceral, rage-fueled affair, and the band tries to take the best parts of the aforementione

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 13, 2020 at 14:33
... aforementioned bands and twist them to their own designs. Burn My Eyes ends up as one of the better metal releases of the mid-'90's, and the band's best work until The Blackening in 2007.


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