The Press Release:
Metal Injection is pleased to announce the debut of its very own two-day festival! The inaugural Metal Injection Festival will take over Orange County, CA from September 16-17 across two iconic venues – The Observatory and House of Blues Anaheim. The stacked and diverse lineup is a melting pot of genres, inclusive to both legendary bands as well as emerging and underground artists worth discovering. The full lineup is as follows:
Saturday, September 16 @ The Observatory:
Max & Iggor Cavalera
Fueled By Fire
Cavalera will be performing a special “Morbid Visions” and “Bestial” Devastation set.
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For Immediate Release:
Head Cases of America, it is with great regret that we must inform you that due to reasons entirely beyond our control, we’re forced to cancel our upcoming Electric Happy Hour (Live) tour due to work visa issues.
As you may know, half the band, as well as a handful of key crew members, reside outside of the US, and while the work visa process can often be quite lengthy, costly and complicated, in the past we were able quickly apply and be granted the needed documents. The same process we’ve been using forever and most recently with both the pre-Covid ‘Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary Tour’ and last year’s sold-out Electric Happy Hour Tour dates, this was the last thing on our collective minds.
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The Press Release:
Following the release of their 10th full-length album “ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN” to staggering 10/10 reviews across the board and Top 10 chartings across the globe, MACHINE HEAD will embark on an 18-date trek across the U.S.. The Electric Happy Hour (Live) tour will kick off on May 15th in Ventura, CA, and will make its way to Des Moines, Fort Wayne, and Detroit before ending in Los Angeles on June 9th.
Says MACHINE HEAD founder Robb Flynn, “Really stoked to be heading out in America again, the last tour had so many moments that were so strong and just beyond life affirming!”
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Machine Head will perform a special show at the famed Saint Vitus Bar. Yep. You read that correctly MH @ SVB. Talk about a hurricane coming to town.
Machine Head will celebrate 25 Years of their “Burn My Eyes” album in Webster Hall. There is NO supporting act. Don’t miss a second of this sure to be incendiary show.