Machine Head’s Slaughter the Martour Tour Delivers an Epic Night of Metal in Atlanta, Georgia


Machine Head delivered a phenomenal night of metal chaos during their Atlanta, Georgia stop on the Slaughter the Martour North American tour. Taking the stage at the iconic Heaven Stage at the Masquerade in the old Underground Atlanta mall, the quartet played to a packed house with minimal walking space. Despite the tight quarters, the enthusiastic crowd fully embraced the experience of witnessing one of the industry’s most iconic metal bands.

As Machine Head kicked off their performance, the venue echoed with relentless chants of “Machine F*cking Head,” setting the tone for the night. They dove straight into the unforgettable riffs of “Imperium”, igniting a frenzy that persisted throughout the entire set. What sets Machine Head apart in a live setting is the symbiotic relationship between the band and the audience, creating an intense and genuine celebration of the love for metal. Robb Flynn, bassist Jared MacEachern, and the lead guitarist Reece Scruggs not only played their hearts out but also showcased a passion for their craft rarely seen in many contemporary bands.

As the night unfolded, the energy soared, reaching its peak during Locust as the crowd engaged in a lively circle pit. The band also surprised the audience with unexpected treats, including an epic cover of Jack Black’s Tenacious D’s “Fuck Me Gently.” The entire event was nothing short of spectacular, solidifying Machine Head’s enduring presence in the metal scene, with no signs of slowing down.

Machine Head and Robb Flynn remain as iconic today as they have always been. In the realm of metal, no other band captures the genre’s essence and energy quite like them. The Slaughter the Martyr tour is a potent and invigorating experience, and as it travels across North America, attending a show is highly recommended. It’s an unforgettable spectacle that any genre fan will cherish.

Machine Head’s Slaughter the Martour North American Tour continues through February 24th of 2024.
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Photos and Review by Adam Colwell (@pixelsoftheimagination)


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