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Machine Head verschieben die komplette Anniversary-Tour zu „Burn My Eyes“

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VON AM 12/03/2020

Wie schon andere vor ihnen, sind auch die Mannen von Machine Head nicht vor den Auswirkungen des Coronavirus gefeit. ursprünglich sollte es ab April bis in den Juni hinein auf die zweite Ausgabe der Anniversary-Tour zum Debütalbum „Burn My Eyes“ durch Europa und UK gehen. Doch daraus wird nun nichts mehr.

Die Band bestätigte mittlerweile die Verschiebung aller vorgesehenen Konzerte auf bislang noch unbestimmte Zeit im Rahmen eines umfangreichen Statements.

Kommende Tour von Machine Head wird nach hinten verschoben

Einen Neuanlauf peile man derzeit für Herbst an, wolle hierbei aber nichts garantieren. Im schlimmsten Fall kann es also gut sein, dass die Austragung auf 2021 verschoben wird.

Die Ausführungen könnt ihr weiter unten zu Gemüte führen; hierzulande betroffen sind dabei die folgenden Abende:

XX.XX.2020 – Ludwigsburg, MHP Arena (verlegt vom 05.05.2020)
XX.XX.2020 – Wiesbaden, Schlachthof (verlegt vom 06.05.2020)
XX.XX.2020 – Hannover, Swiss Life Hall (verlegt vom 08.05.2020)
XX.XX.2020 – Hamburg, Große Freiheit 36 (verlegt vom 01.06.2020)

„It is with heavy heart that we must announce the postponement of our upcoming EU/UK tour in support of the 25th anniversary of Burn My Eyes.

As residents of the Bay Area, we’ve been hit hard and have witnessed firsthand what has been going on. Public gatherings of more than 1000 have been banned in San Jose, and events in downtown San Francisco including major concerts and conferences have been shut down.

We have been watching the situation overseas on a daily basis, in contact with all promoters, and local governments for the status of our concert there. As of a week ago, we had 6 concert cancelled until the 2nd week of April, due the banning of public gathering over 1,000 people (or in some cases 100 people). Even at that point, we still held out hope that things would be contained, and that the public gathering ordinances would be lifted by the time our tour started.

As of today, we now have 14 shows cancelled until the 2nd week of April, with 7 cancelled indefinitely. And it appears as of an hour ago, another 3 have been cancelled.

15 minutes ago the World Health Organization just declared the Coronavirus a pandemic.

Of paramount importance to us is the heath and safety of the Head Cases. We’ve worked hard with all our management, booking agents, and business associates to find other solutions or options, but the levels of risk to our audience and their communities is simply too high for our comfort level. In addition to that, we also have a unique group of extraordinarily passionate fans who travel from all over the continent to watch our shows. We are eternally humbled by the dedication and devotion of the Head Cases, however in this case, travel is something not recommended.

So it is with deep frustration and regret that we are forced to make this announcements. The Burn My Eyes 25th anniversary tour is to be postponed and shows rescheduled for a later date, hopefully in the Fall, but possibly later.

We look forward to our next concerts with you all, and the ability to publicly gather together and play raging heavy metal for you and vent all of our collective frustration, as a result of this insane moment in history, out in the circle pit.

Stay safe, stay calm, and be well friends.

– Robb and Machine Head“

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MACHINE HEAD TO POSTPONE EUROPEAN TOUR. It is with heavy heart that we must announce the postponement of our upcoming EU/UK tour in support of the 25th anniversary of Burn My Eyes. As residents of the Bay Area, we’ve been hit hard and have witnessed firsthand what has been going on. Public gatherings of more than 1000 have been banned in San Jose, and events in downtown San Francisco including major concerts and conferences have been shut down. We have been watching the situation overseas on a daily basis, in contact with all promoters, and local governments for the status of our concerts there. As of a week ago, we had 6 concert cancelled until the 2nd week of April, due the banning of public gathering over 1,000 people (or in some cases 100 people). Even at that point, we still held out hope that things would be contained, and that the public gathering ordinances would be lifted by the time our tour started. As of today, we now have 14 shows cancelled until the first week of April, with 7 of them cancelled indefinitely. And it appears as of an hour ago, another 3 have been cancelled. Of paramount importance to us is the heath and safety of the Head Cases. We’ve worked hard with all our management, booking agents, and business associates to find other solutions or options, but the levels of risk to our audience and their communities is simply too high for our comfort level. In addition to that, we also have a unique group of extraordinarily passionate fans who travel from all over the continent to watch our shows. We are eternally humbled by the dedication and devotion of the Head Cases, however in this case, travel is something not recommended. So it is with deep frustration and regret that we are forced to make this announcements. The Burn My Eyes 25th anniversary tour is to be postponed and shows rescheduled for a later date, hopefully in the Fall, but possibly later. We look forward to our next concerts with you all, and the ability to publicly gather together and play raging heavy metal for you and vent all of our collective frustration, as a result of this insane moment in history, out in the circle pit. Be safe. – Robb and Machine Head

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⁠ 2ND EUROPEAN ‘BURN MY EYES’ 25th ANNIVERSARY TOUR ANNOUNCED!! 😱🤘 **USA dates announcing SOON!!**⁠ APRIL⁠ 19th – ZARAGOZA, Teatro de las Esquinas⁠ 21st – SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Capitol⁠ 23rd – OPORTO, Coliseu de Porto⁠ 24th – LISBON, Coliseu de Lisboa⁠ 25th – MADRID, La Riviera⁠ 27th – MALAGA, Paris 15⁠ 28th – MURCIA, Gamma⁠ 29th – VALENCIA, Republicca⁠ ⁠ MAY⁠ 1st – BARCELONA, Razzmatazz⁠ 2nd TOULOUSE, Le Bikini⁠ 5th – LUDWIGSBURG, MHP Arena⁠ 6th – WIESBADEN, Schlachthof⁠ 8th – HANNOVER, Swiss Life Hall⁠ 9th – PRAGUE, Forum Karlin⁠ 10th – BRATISLAVA, Refinery Gallery⁠ 12th – BUCHAREST, Quantic Club⁠ 13th – SOFIA, Universiada Hall⁠ 15th – THESSALONIKI, Fix Factory Of Sound⁠ 16th – ATHENS, Piraeus Academy⁠ 20th – KIEV, Stereoplaza⁠ 22nd – MOSCOW, 1930 Moscow⁠ 23rd – ST PETERSBURG, A2⁠ 25th – HELSINKI, The Circus⁠ 28th – STOCKHOLM, Fryhuset Arenan⁠ 29th – OSLO, Sentrum Scene⁠ 30th – AARHUS, Train⁠ ⁠ JUNE⁠ 1st – HAMBURG, Grosse Freiheit 36⁠ 2nd – UTRECHT, Tivoliredenburg⁠ 3rd – LILLE, Aeronef⁠ ⁠ 5th – LONDON, Alexandra Palace⁠ 6th – BIRMINGHAM Academy⁠ ⁠ Link in bio @machine_head

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