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Robb Flynn Calls Out "Racists" He "Used To Call Brothers" On New MACHINE HEAD Track, "Is There Anybody Out There?"

It's a fun track.

It's a fun track.

I really like the new Machine Head track, "Is There Anybody Out There?"

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The new single just debuted on SiriusXM Octane, and you can stream the track on the SXM site. The most revealing part of the track is the lyric "Now I stand as a father, to men with no honor, Ashamed of the racists I used to call brothers."

Hmm, I wonder who he could possibly be talking about? We can safely assume it's likely a reference to that time he called out Phil Anselmo earlier this year.

Besides the call-out, the track itself is a really fun, upbeat summer jam. This will get heavy airplay on the radio, as it should because this track rips. Go take a listen.

The track will be for sale officially this Friday at all digital retailers.

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