Members of Slayer, Death Angel, Forbidden, Vio-Lence and Machine Head will perform an all-star jam at Rob Flynn’s Birthday Bash later this month.
The Machine Head mainman’s celebration will take place at the Oakland Metro Operahouse on July 23 – and it’ll be open to the public, with tickets available directly through the venue’s website.
A statement reads: “The all-star jam will consist of old school metal, glam, punk, and hip-hop covers from the 70s, 80s and 90s played very sloppily by drunken participants.”
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Joe Cabral will be in attendance along with other unannounced special guests.
Machine Head’s latest album was 2014’s Bloodstone & Diamonds.
Flynn said: “I wasn’t feeling it, and so I wrote a whole new second verse about how fucking appalled I was that he did that.”