MACHINE HEAD to release “Is There Anybody Out There?” single


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Bay Area Metal Titans MACHINE HEAD, will release a brand new single entitled “Is There Anybody Out There?” on June 3. “The song is about love, loneliness, racism, and not getting what is going on in the world/America,” comments guitarist/vocalist Robb Flynn. “It’s very much about current events, but applies to a bigger picture.”


“Is There Anybody Out There?” will be made available digitally for purchase (on June 3) on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play, and will also be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all streaming services.


Today, the track made its exclusive premiere via SiriusXM radio’s “Octane” channel 37. Check out the track here:


View the making-of “Is There Anybody Out There?” part 1, here.


MACHINE HEAD’s eighth studio record, Bloodstone & Diamonds, is out now via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The album was produced by Robb Flynn & Juan Urteaga and masterfully mixed by Colin Richardson & Andy Sneap, with additional tracking, editing, and mixing done with Steve Lagudi.


Robb Flynn recently recovered 2 stolen guitars that were taken from his home in 2010. Watch footage of him being reunited with his cherished instruments, one of which was given to him in 1997 by Dimebag Darrell, here.


The original KTVU news broadcast about Robb’s stolen guitars can also be viewed at the following location:


More of Bloodstone & Diamonds:

“Now We Die” video clip


Visit MACHINE HEAD online:
Order Bloodstone & Diamonds here: 
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