Machine Head - The More Things Change... mp3 album
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Any album building on the aforementioned album’s style was never going to be bad, but most were disappointed with this effort and The More Things Change. I, however, was not disappointed. Machine Head basically played it safe with this album, building on the winning formula and produced another masterpiece of brutality, reminding the world that they were still here by kicking and screaming, after three years, not much had changed
The More Things Change was released in March, 1997 through Roadrunner Records. It was the first Machine Head album to feature drummer Dave McClain and was the last to feature lead guitarist Logan Mader. The album came with 10 tracks on it totalling just under 53 minutes in length on the standard album. The digipak came with 3 bonus tracks on it as well which were a cover of Ice-T’s Colors, a cover of Discharge’s song The Possibility of Life’s Destruction and finally an additional Machine Head track called My Misery. I would have seen it on Burn My Eyes and The More Things Change but now, 20 years on, I have seen it on every album. It definitely appears to be a well thought out plan of attack. Musically smash the listener to pieces in the first few minutes for maximum impact.
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After touring for Burn My Eyes, Machine Head entered the studio to record its second studio album, The More Things Change. with Richardson producing and mixing for a second time. The album was released on March 25, 1997, and debuted at number 138 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Machine Head toured in Europe with Napalm Death, Coal Chamber and Skinlab, then went on the first Ozzfest for the first tours in support of the album. Mader showed up to a practice session late, high on methamphetamine, cursing at and insulting. The video was released several weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks, and was banned from MTV for the depictions of falling buildings. Roadrunner Records, expecting to make a fair profit from album promotions, dropped the band's funding, causing Machine Head to leave the label
What looks like the final Machine Head album for this line-up, Catharsis is something of a mixed bag. Much was made of the Robb's misjudged folk song Bastards, using various slurs to try and reclaim them in his new woke form, instead coming across as a cringey mess. The record is bloated and outstays its welcome at 15 tracks and over 70 minutes in length, but there is the odd diamond in the rough – all limited to the first half of the record. 7) Unto The Locust (2011). The More Things Chang. s 10 songs all scoring a 10 out of 10. Casual fans are welcome to tread the party line, but this is Machine Head’s ultimate artistic achievement. Metal Hammer Newsletter.