Modern metal maestros Machine Head release their new live album, Machine [Expletive] Head Live this week on Roadrunner Records. The album is the band's second live record, after 2003's Hellalive. It features performances cherry-picked from various shows during the last year of world touring, and a broad cross-section of new and old material including plenty from last year's Unto The Locust and their 2007 classic The Blackening, the album that kept them on the road for three years and was crowned Album of the Decade by Metal Hammer magazine.
Frontman and Epiphone signature artist Robb Flynn says of the album, "We culled some of the best nights where the band and crowd were on fire and made a badass, nearly two-hour, double live album, which is a great documentation of where the band is at, 18 years deep."
Flynn's Epiphone Love/Death Baritone Flying V signature model features a 27" scale length, an EMG-81 bridge humbucker and an EMG-HA neck pickup, a single coil in a humbucker housing.