A brand new MACHINE HEAD track, titled "Left Unifinished", has been posted online in MP3 format at this location. "Left Unifinished" comes off the group's forthcoming fifth studio album, titled "Through The Ashes Of Empires", due on October 27 through Roadrunner Records in Europe. The follow-up to 2001's "Supercharger" was recorded at Sharkbite studios in Oakland, California, and features production by MACHINE HEAD frontman Robert Flynn. A special limited double-CD edition of "Through The Ashes Of Empires" will contain a load of extra material not found on the regular CD, including six demo tracks recorded during the pre-production sessions for the new album and a live video for "The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears". The band are currently seeking a North American record deal following their recent split with the U.S. branch of Roadrunner Records.
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