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Motorpsycho live @ Dom omladine Beograda, 09.03.2018.
9. ožujka 2018 @ 21:00 - 23:301500din – 2100din
Motorpsycho – „The Tower” does not stop collecting positive reviews of music critics, media, and fans, according to BBC Radio 6. On this occasion, the progressive giants from Trondheim will perform for the first time in Serbia on March 9, 2018 at the DOB, courtesy of Rock Svirke, and is scheduled to start at 9:00 pm.
Tickets can be purchased at a promotional price of 1500 rsd (limited ticket containers until they sell out or until February 28) at Eventim Serbia, GIGS TIX, DD Tickets and FELIX Shop, TC Sremska (2nd floor, working hours: 12 – 20h). The regular pre-sale price until the day of the concert will be 1800 rsd, on the day of the concert – 2100 rsd.
Formed in the late 1980s as an alternative metal band (they picked their name after seeing the Russ Meyer film of the same name as part of a Russ Meyer triple bill), Motorpsycho soon developed a unique blend of grunge, heavy metal and indie rock. They have soon started incorporating the sonic noise experiments of associated member Deathprod. The hugely ambitious, progressive double album “Demon Box” (1993) followed a series of low-profile EPs and albums. Band earned a nomination for a Norwegian Grammy, and secured a loyal following in Germany, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as in Scandinavia.
The 1990s was an extremely productive era for the band, releasing new material almost every year, and enjoying critical acclaim for each album. With the 2000 album “Let Them Eat Cake”, Motorpsycho suddenly took huge steps away from their noisy hard rock roots, opting instead for a smoother, jazz-tinged approach to the songwriting and recording process. They kept this technique for the subsequent releases, ‘’Phanerothyme’’ and ‘’It’s A Love Cult’’.
To celebrate their 20th anniversary, the band released a vinyl-only album, “Child of the Future”. Album was recorded by Steve Albini at the beginning of August 2009.
In a January 2, 2017 news update on their official home page, the band announced Swedish drummer Tomas Järmyr to be the third permanent member of Motorpsycho. Together, they have recorded “The Tower” in Los Angeles and Joshua Tree (at the famous recording studio, Rancho de la Luna) , which was released on September 8 the same year.