Albuquerque’s Mayor Dons MACHINE HEAD Sweatshirt While Voting

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Albuquerque, New Mexico’s mayor Tim Keller was wearing MACHINE HEAD hooded sweatshirt when he cast his ballot in the U.S. presidential election.

Yesterday (November 3), Keller tweeted out several photos of him at his local vote center in Bernalillo County, in the north-central region of New Mexico, and he wrote in an accompanying caption: “Vote.”

MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn later retweeted Keller‘s post and wrote: “Shout out to Mayor Tim Keller of Albuquerque for flying the MH colors while voting!!”

Back in December 2018, Keller wore a PANTERA Christmas sweater for a signing of a bill granting family paid parental leave to city employees. The legislation made Albuquerque the first city in New Mexico to extend paid parental leave benefits to its municipal workforce.

The release date of MACHINE HEAD‘s new single, “My Hands Are Empty,” has been pushed back to November 13 from the previously announced November 6. According to the band, the delay is “due to COVID-19.”