MOTHER’S CAKE

 HIDE & SEEK (LIVE)

single out now

video

bit.ly/2OuZWXJ

from the album 

LIVE AT BERGISEL

LP / CD / digital

out 07.09.18

(Membran)

1  Intro 4:25

2  Streetja Man 8:38

3  The Killer 6:38

4  Hide & Seek 5:44

5  Isolation 6:11

6  Blank Soul  4:16

7  Gojira 7:34

album pre-order link

http://radi.al/LiveAtBergisel

UK / RoI TOUR

20.09.18  LONDON Underworld

21.09.18  EDINBURGH Starmash

22.09.18  GLASGOW Nice N Sleazy

23.09.18  GLASGOW Stereo

25.09.18  DUBLIN Bowery

26.09.18  CORK Crane Lane Theatre

28.09.18  LEEDS Bad Apple

29.09.18  SUNDERLAND Independent

30.09.18  NEWCASTLE Cluny  

 

The ancient Greek and Roman amphitheatres were renowned for their sound quality, with claims 

made about the acoustics being so perfect that spectators watching from the back seats could hear

the actors with perfect clarity, two millennia before microphones were invented. Other studies seem

to expose this assumption as a myth. But hey – they are certainly rad venues for live performances,

which is what Austrian rock act Mother’s Cake certainly prove with their dazzling takeover of

Bergisel – a ski jump arena transformed into an amphitheatre to accommodate 25,000 spectators.

The band’s performance begins with an aerial drone shot offering a first glimpse of the most iconic 

and spectacular venue the Alpine city of Innsbruck has to offer. Beaming spotlights and calorific

walls of sound and noise proceed to defy the bone-chilling cold of a winter’s weekend in January,

as five musicians wrapped in thick coats deliver one of their most impressive and extravagant live

performances to date. Swirling psychedelic visual art provides a backdrop to add to the electrifying,

spacey atmosphere that carries through the set as the arena is gradually flooded with lights and

echoing sound waves that underpin this multi-layered feast for the ears and eyes.

Some rock groups may deliver more bombastic and theatrical arena performances, but few can 

stage a cosmic and edgy live spectacle on the scale of Mother’s Cake. At Bergisel they draw on

their back catalogue to date to produce a mind-melting show.

Following a summer packed with European festival appearances, Mother’s Cake will spend the 

entire autumn on tour, including nine UK/RoI dates in September (see list above) and several 

mainland European shows with Alice In Chains. 

Formed in 2008, Mother’s Cake released their third album ’No Rhyme No Reason’ in 2017.
Songs such as ‘The Killer’, ‘Black Roses’ and ’The Sun’ melded an explosive alliance of psych,
indie and blues rock, while lengthier sonic excursions such as ’Streetja Man’, ‘Enemy’ and ‘H8′
delved deeper with elements of progressive and space rock mixed into compelling sound palettes.
Sometimes compared to the likes of The Mars Volta and Jane’s Addiction, the group have also
developed into a phenomenal live prospect. Extensive touring as a headline act in Austria,
Germany and Switzerland, coupled with support slots further afield with AC/DC, Iggy Pop,
Deftones, Wolfmother, Anathema, Pentagram and Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group has left
audiences attesting to the raw, pure energy transmitted by the band.
 
MOTHER’S CAKE
LIVE AT BERGISEL 

Yves Krismer – vocals/guitar

Benedikt Trenkwalder – bass

Jan Haussels – drums

with

Andreas Haslacher – keyboards/synthesiser

Charly Maier – percussion

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Austin Settle – live visuals

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