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Album Review

The title isn't really a joke, actually. Machine Head do take some chances on their second album, The More Things Change..., expanding their brutal attack with gothic flourishes and prog rock pretensions without ever abandoning their blistering thrash metal roots. And that's good — few bands have the appealing, gut-level visceral attack of Machine Head and The More Things Change... proves they are among the more vital metal bands of the latter half of the '90s.

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Solid album from a great band!

the amazing sophomore album from Machine Head is sure to impress. The two standout tracks are definately "Take My Scars" and "Ten Ton Hammer". I recommend this album to any metalhead!

Machine Head does it again!!!

Burn My Eyes was a great debut, but this album is also genius. "Ten Ton Hammer", "Take my Scars", and "Struck a Nerve" are my favorite songs on here.


This album is great my first purchase from machine head was the blackening and i was in awe at the metal aggressivenes i heard. I decided to
Listen to there other albums and came upon this The more things change and was not dissapointed this album is effin epic a must buy.


Formed: 1992 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Influential West Coast heavy metal quartet Machine Head formed in 1992 around the talents of ex-Vio-Lence guitar players Robert Flynn and Phil Demmel, bass player Adam Duce, and drummer Chris Kontos. Their D.I.Y. work ethic, aggressive playing, and relentless self-promotion eventually landed them a deal with Roadrunner Records, a relationship that would extend all the way through 2005. Their blistering debut, 1992's Burn My Eyes, blended the powerful, modern attack of Pantera and Alice in Chains...
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