New Motorpsycho album

2014-02-01 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 11 Comments
Norwegian psychedelic rockers, Motorpsycho have announced the release of Behind The Sun, their 17th studio effort (excluding all collaborations and soundtracks). It is scheduled to be out on March 7 as a double LP, CD and digital download (a first for the band) and it is their second album to feature second guitarist Reine Fiske.

Although the band hasn't revealed the tracklist, three new songs (recorded live) are available for streaming on Soundcloud:

'Kvestor' - https://soundcloud.com/motorgigs/motorpsycho-kvestor-live-in

'Entropy' - https://soundcloud.com/motorgigs/motorpsycho-entropy-new-song

'Cloudwalker' - https://soundcloud.com/motorgigs/motorpsycho-cloudwalker-new

More info on pre-orders here - http://www.stickman-records.de/

The original announcement and album cover can be read and viewed here - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=207177042808859&set=a.1554277513171 22.1073741828.155420824651148&type=1&theater

Tagged: Motorpsycho

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 1st 2014
3973 Comments


Dat cover

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Mad.
February 1st 2014
4552 Comments


Damnit these guys are so prolific, gotta get into them more

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 1st 2014
3973 Comments


Yeah, it's been less than an year since Eggplant. Luckily, they're pretty consistent too.

Mad.
February 1st 2014
4552 Comments


Have you heard The Death Defying Unicorn? I heard it once and absolutely loved it

Yazz_Flute
February 1st 2014
18938 Comments


Definitely looking forward to this

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2014
3973 Comments


I heard it a couple of times, but I don't know, I didn't like it as much as Heavy Metal Fruit or Eggplant. Nevertheless, it's a great achievement for the band. I'll give it another shot though.

Our drummer saw them in London a couple of years ago and said they were awesome (they have this hit and miss vocal issue, sometimes they sound good and sometimes they go terribly wrong). They're touring this spring and I'm sure they'll be back to the UK, maybe you can see them.

Mad.
February 2nd 2014
4552 Comments


Yeah that would he awesome but I've got to get more familiar with their songs first!

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2014
3973 Comments


I have to hear 2/3 of their catalog too lol.

DoubtGin
February 3rd 2014
6825 Comments


their late 90s albums are gold

Mad.
February 4th 2014
4552 Comments


I've only heard their latest 3 plus the suite from Little Lucid Moments (which is awesome) and some of Timothy's Monster. They're the kind of band where every album is different and every album is worth listening to

fredpoped
March 6th 2014
1 Comments


DEMON BOX! DEMON BOX!



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