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Machine Head singer promises incredible tour with Metallica
Robb Flynn, the lead singer and guitarist with Machine Head, has promised that his band's upcoming European tour with Metallica will be incredible
The Gibson Flying V player wrote on Machine Head's official website that the band had a great time performing in the US with Metallica and The Sword in January and suggested he is looking forward to the trip to Europe, which will see them play eight UK dates.
Machine Head completed a nine-date tour of the UK back in December along with Slipknot and Children of Bodom and Flynn claimed to have really enjoyed the experience.
"[The] Slipknot tour was amazing," he remarked. "I really can't go on enough about it.
"after ten weeks with [some bands], I miss all those dudes already."
Slipknot are currently touring the US themselves with Trivium and Coheed and Cambria, but they will return to Europe later this year for a series of festivals over the summer.Posted on 10 Feb 2009 17:13 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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