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on May 28, 2017
Machine Head's second record is almost devoid of the socio/political commentary on its seminal debut. Still, this is arguably heavier than its predecessor. "Ten Ton Hammer, "Struck A Nerve" and "Down To None" are hardcore infused metal cuts that still pack a punch 20 years later. This record is easily one of the best in the band's discography and strangely overlooked. This is the band's last truly heavy release until 2003's "Through The Ashes of Empires." It's well worth the purchase.
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on November 7, 2011
Machine Head's follow up to their debut album, Burn my Eyes isn't any sophomore slump. It's similar to their debut but heavier, darker and more diverse. Overall slower paced but it has some fast-paced, intense songs like Struck a Nerve and Bay of Pigs. It follows more into the thrash direction than Burn my Eyes did but there's still a lot of groove metal. The production's great, at least for the '90s and the lyrics are better and a bit darker. After showing a lot of potential on their debut, they seem to find their way completely and this is their crowning achievement. More Things Change is incredibly underrated and by far, the best Machine Head to date. The Blackening is good but their first 2 albums are still the best.
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on March 13, 2016
Top to bottom, not as heavy or consistent as it's predecessor but good metal nonetheless. Sadly, we would have to suffer through The Burning Red and Supercharger for the boys to get back on track with Ashes. A requirement for your collection......
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on April 6, 2015
Great sophomore effort from one of the most talented, enduring metal bands in the world.
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on September 1, 2016
Great album. Arrived safely and in perfect condition. Great buy
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on July 16, 2016
In my opinion, the best Machine Head Album.
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on January 4, 2014
I listened to this album before buying it for my brother having never heard it before and I was blown away by how perfect it is. The music is pure metal bliss and the lyrics as growled and screamed as they may be are just as superb.
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on April 16, 2015
Classic heavy Machine Head. Some of the heaviest chunky old school metal you can find and is a must for any metal head collection.
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on December 17, 2015
Fantabulous
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on May 2, 2015
Great album!
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