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Live album by
ReleasedMarch 11, 2003
RecordedDecember 8, 2001 at Brixton Academy, London
July 7, 2002 at With Full Force festival ("None But My Own", "The Burning Red")
ProducerMachine Head
Machine Head chronology
Through the Ashes of Empires
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Hellalive is the first live album by American heavy metal band Machine Head.

The album was released to fulfill Machine Head's commitment to Roadrunner Records (the band released Through the Ashes of Empires shortly after). Former Vio-lence guitarist Phil Demmel is present on "None But My Own" and "The Burning Red", in place of Ahrue Luster, due to these songs being taken from 2002's Full Force Festival and by that time Luster had left the band. Demmel filled in, as is credited in the liner notes to "Hellalive" and he later joined the band as permanent lead guitarist. As of 2012 the album has sold over 38,000 copies in the United States and an estimated 78,000 copies worldwide since its 2003 release.

Track listing[]

All lyrics are written by Robb Flynn, except where noted; all music is composed by Machine Head, except where noted.

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal AlbumLength
1."Bulldozer" [a]Supercharger (2001)5:01
2."The Blood, the Sweat, the Tears" The Burning Red (1999)4:16
3."Ten Ton Hammer"  The More Things Change... (1997)5:01
4."Old"  Burn My Eyes (1994)4:59
5."Crashing Around You" [a]Supercharger (2001)4:59
6."Take My Scars"  The More Things Change... (1997)5:04
7."I'm Your God Now"  Burn My Eyes (1994)6:22
8."None But My Own"  Burn My Eyes (1994)7:16
9."From This Day" 
  • Flynn
  • Dave McClain
  • Luster[b]
The Burning Red (1999)5:09
10."American High" 
  • Flynn
  • McClain
  • Luster
Supercharger (2001)3:34
11."Nothing Left" 
  • Flynn
  • McClain[b]
The Burning Red (1999)5:33
12."The Burning Red"  The Burning Red (1999)6:09
13."Davidian"  Burn My Eyes (1994)6:00
  • Flynn
  • McClain
Supercharger (2001)7:35
Total length:77:36

Machine Head[]

Chart positions[]

Chart (2003) Peak
French Albums Chart[2] 78
UK Albums Chart[3] 143


  1. ^ "Hellalive - Machine Head". Allmusic.
  2. ^ "Machine Head - Hellalive". lescharts.com.
  3. ^ Zywietz, Tobias. "Chart Log UK: M - My Vitriol". Zobbel.
  1. ^ Jump up to: a b Originally credited to Robb Flynn
  2. ^ Jump up to: a b c Originally credited to Machine Head

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