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Musically, Unto The Locust is the essence of what Machine Head have been doing for nearly two decades. "It feels like the culmination of what we've been doing for the last 17 years: power grooves, patented Machine Head harmonics, crushing guitars and dark melodies, but taken to a new level," Flynn said. "It's a natural progression from The Blackening."
This is one of the best albums they have made in my opinion. Adams vocals on the 2nd track and others are fantastic. I think his backup vocals will be missed. Read morePublished 8 days ago by nix999
Pretty fantastic stuff all around.
My only real qualm is the first track. It starts in such epic fashion and builds into such intense, metal bliss that I found the... Read more
I've seen a lot of people saying some bad things about this album because its not as heavy as their older ones, or because its more experimental, blah, blah, blah. Yeah, whatever! Read morePublished 1 month ago by EE
I've listened to Machine Head since their self-titled album came out. This isn't their best album, but not their worst either. By now, you know what Machine Head sounds like. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MoT BarSToW
Sounds better than the CD! IF you like vinyl, this heavy weight lp is the way to go, especially if you like Machine Head.Published 5 months ago by Haandi
amazing, great vinyl, great etching, 7 7inuite songs, definately worth the $30
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The deluxe version has a total of 10 songs, 2 covers (Judas Priest's 'The Sentinel' and Rush's 'Witch Hunt', I believe) and an acoustic version of Darkness Within. Still, The Blackening only had 8 tracks, so I wouldn't jump the gun just on the number of tracks alone. If this album is in the same... Read More
Sep 7, 2011 by That Metal Guy | See all 4 posts