Another year, another Motorpsycho album …
This time around the band are releasing a pretty short album (just 41 minutes)!! Shock! Horror! It comprises three tracks:
1. Psychotzar (8.44)
2. Lux Aeterna (10.56)
3. The Crucible (20.51)
I heard Psychotzar for the first time yesterday on a German online radio show – bit of a Black Sabbath lovefest, in inimitable Motorpsycho style but with a leftfield final section … and gongs! Lux Aeterna has been played live a few times already – an incredible classic progressive rock piece with shades of 70s Crimson. As usual, it looks like Motorpsycho are about to release another brilliant album, but again heading in bold new directions.
Touring in May/June. Not to be missed.
And they have a live project happening in the summer for which they’ve been commissioned to write new material inspired by the work of Norwegian artist Håkon Gullvåg who painted the cover for The Tower and The Crucible.
These guys do not like to stand still. 😀