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Motorpsycho and Supersilent tour

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  • Started 11 years ago by Andreas the Totenoid
  • Latest reply from otherdemon
  1. TraktorBass
    Member

    That looks pretty good, Elvin!

    Have they played Gullible's Travails yet? :O

    Posted 10 years ago #
  2. Crackpot Idea
    Member

    Did someone made some detailed pics of the gear used during this tour,
    if so will you please share it with us?
    I'm very curious what Snah is using.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  3. manbitecat
    Member

    The gig at Rockefeller was awesome. My expectations were low but the bands put them to shame. Looking forward to Lillestrøm

    Posted 10 years ago #
  4. otherdemon
    Member

    Fuck, I was supposed to attend Rockefeller. But since I am abroad, my father took the ticket instead

    What songs did they incorporate into all the jamming?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  5. simaen
    Member

    I heard at least The Bomb-Proof Roll, LLM and Hogwash. There might be more, but I these I'm sure of.
    KICKASS concert btw! Think they were videotaping it

    Posted 10 years ago #
  6. SunnChild
    Member

    Really really great concert at Rockefeller last night.

    Great sound, it was nice to be able to hear all the instruments properly. The concert started out with some psykedelic jamming, really intense, Kenneth doing some tribal kind of drumming. The light show was way out, never seen anything like it on a concert, very very nice contribution to the experience.

    Some 20 minutes or so into the show Bent started doing the Bomb Proof Roll riff, and Kenneth followed with the groove, went on for a while with supersilent improvising on top of it with Snah and then they all burst into the song with vocals and the whole thing. Arve Henriksens trumpet was so great, how he contributed to the songs and in the more psykedelic parts he played some jazzy stuff, really really nice.

    The show had lots of dynamics, often it started with one or two instruments, then the rest got into it too, and they builded it up often resulting in a groovy jam on top of some Motorpsycho riff, they played both a part from Little Lucid Moments Suite and Hogwash, with Bent yelling the vocals

    One of my favourite moments during the gig was when Kenneth and Arve had some sort of drum duel, sending the groove back and forth between the two, very cool. Deathprod had his back to the audience the whole time, some times he did some electronics other times he used his guitar, but you could clearly hear his contributions. Ståle also seemed really into it all the time. Thought Bent seemed a little bored when there got too much "pling plong" as he calls it. After the last jam the band got of stage but returned and did a last jam, couldn't hear any specific reference in the bass riff but, kenneth and bent got it going and the rest did some nice stuff on top of it.

    A very special and interesting concert, by far a great candidate to a new Roadwork LP Now we can look forward to the Øya and Timothy's Monster. Bent said in the paper a while ago that they'll probably will be joined by Helge Sten and LL at that gig!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  7. Neil Tesor
    Member

    Amazing gig last night! Good sound nice lights and not too long of a set!
    Fast and kinda funny "Hogwash".
    They filmed it all, at least 1 cam left of the stage and I think they had a few more at other angels too..

    Posted 10 years ago #
  8. cjacob
    Member

    Wow this was great...
    I realy dont understand those of the hardcore fans who dont like this..
    This is a big part of motorpsycho... They are more than "Hey jane".. hm..

    And they used at last 4 Cameras...

    The only dissapontment for me was Bent On the Supersilent parts of the music. He

    n
    s too fast...But He`s great on the Motorpsycho parts...

    Greetings From Jacob.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  9. manbitecat
    Member

    Good show in Lillestrøm too. Same songs as in Oslo minus Hogwash. Shorter set. Lastet about 1 hour 40 minutes. Short encore with Supersilent and Kenneth. Snah blew up the amp so Bent and he only watched.
    Bent held up an "Applause sign" he probably found at the venue whrn the show was over

    Posted 10 years ago #
  10. Red Mosquito
    Member

    Sounds like a great ending of this tour - funny story with Bent there

    Posted 10 years ago #
  11. Jumbojagas
    Member

    Reviews from Vossajazz:
    http://groove.no/html/article/61354984.html
    and Rockefeller:
    http://groove.no/html/article/72395565.html
    at groove.no.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  12. Red Mosquito
    Member

    Hovmod, finally listening to your complete recording: Thank you so much! It's just great to hear where this "journey" was going to on a better night! I would not decline having this happening over here as well one day - this is definately fine food for the psychonaut's soul... The hunger for Live Fruit is growing and growing

    Posted 10 years ago #
  13. Coventry Boy
    Member

    At the moment i have nothing from Supersilent. But i think about to buy an album from them in the near future. Is there anybody who can give me a recommendation for one or two albums which are peharps the most Motorpsycho related or at least the easieest to get in?

    Posted 8 years ago #
  14. TAF
    Member

    #6 is generally hailed as their best effort, and although tastes tend to vary it's the one I'd go for first.

    Posted 8 years ago #
  15. Coventry Boy
    Member

    I just ordered it on Ebay...

    Posted 8 years ago #
  16. otherdemon
    Member

    Yeah, I agree with TAF. It's the album with the most "traditional" musical structures and an almost post rock-ish sound at times. The track 6.4 is one of my favorite Supersilent tracks.

    Posted 8 years ago #

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