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Is Robb Flynn Bane?

In the comic books, Bane deduces who the real Batman is using nothing but his smarts. Or so I’m told, comic books have way too much text for my taste.

In the real world, Rob Flynn says Randy Blythe is innocent. I don’t know if I misread the article and there was more to it (like, shit I don’t know, proof?) or we’re supposed to take his word for it. I bet Randy wishes he could do the same with the Czech legal system.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t personally think Randy’s really guilty, and I can only imagine what a hell it must be to be stuck in an Eastern Europe (I’ve been trying to get out for the past 26 years), but seriously dudes, going around saying he’s innocent without anything to back it up is like praying to fight cancer.

Massive spoilers: cancer won.


It’s bad news when Bullet For My Valentine sound better than you

Yes, I’m a day late with this, but so what? I was busy getting laid while you were on Blabbermouth hitting F5.

Last night (or the night before) was the official Revolver Golden God awards ceremony (or something… The fact Korn won best album tells me it’s redundant and I shouldn’t care) and Trivium, Corey Taylor (of Stone Sour and Slipknot) and Robb Flynn (of Machine Head) got together to play through this fairly mediocre rendition of Metallica‘s ‘Creeping Death’. You can watch the live video above.

The main problem is Corey sounds like ass. But then, maybe you like ass.

P.S. If you’re wondering what the title is about, here.


Robb brags about his fans and their MH tattoos

Robb Flynn thinks his fans kick ass. I agree. It takes a truly dedicated fanbase to forget that their favorite metal band turned nu-metal at some point. It’s like finding out your girlfriend’s been in 10 gangbang DVDs behind your back and then forgiving her.

So yeah, Machine Head fans seem pretty loyal, I’d bounce at the first sight of a baseball cap. Anyway…

We’re incredibly lucky to have a fan base that’s so passionate and so intense about our music. I mean, our fans live and breathe this stuff; it’s amazing. Every single day on this tour, I’ve signed kids that have our lyrics tattooed on their arm or the Machine Head logos and then they want to get our autographs

Read full article here.

The first kid to bring Limp Bizkit‘s Significant Other album for Robb to sign gets a $10 gift certificate on Amazon from me. I’ll throw in another $10 if you bring a LB tattoo, point to it and say to him “THIS COULD HAVE BEEN YOU LOL!!111”




Robb Flynn makes fun of Lulu by stealing a joke from a meme.

Robb Flynn might be reading Dose of Metal, because he’s been asked in a recent interview about Metallica‘s Lulu, and he stole this joke from our post. Okay, so we didn’t really make that clip therefore we shouldn’t take credit for it. But we will, anyway.

I think it’s horrible. I don’t get it. The Metallica fan in me wants to think that there’s this ulterior motive that none of us can see, and it’s helping them branch out into something different. But I don’t even get what’s going on. It sounds like Grandpa Simpson rapping over fast thrash beats or something. We’re huge fans of Metallica and they’ll always be my favorite band, but that record was bizarre. It was fascinatingly bad.”

Read full article here.

Okay, so I agree with the guy. Lulu does sound horrible and that Simpson meme was way more accurate than it should have been. But Robb needs to learn to be funny with his own jokes. The internet is watching you, Robb. Don’t make us call Fred Durst.


Robb still loves Metallica. Clearly he hasn’t heard Lulu yet…

Revolver magazine recently conducted an interview with Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn. Much of the chat revolves around what it was like for the band opening for Metallica, his love for them, and whether he is a table or not. You can read more on the story, and view videos and photos from the tour, over at Blabbermouth.

Check out the video of James Hetfield joining Machine Head on stage to perform their masterpiece, ‘Aesthetics of Hate’, above. The performance is taken from May 2009 during the Death Magnetic tour.

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