Acid Mothers Temple tickets

Acid Mothers Temple Tickets

Acid Mothers Temple tickets
Japanese psychedelic band Acid Mothers Temple were first formed in the mid 90’s and continue to excite and delight with their unique take on guitar music. Ever prolific, Acid Mothers Temple have released work at breakneck speed but without suffering any loss of quality as their creative momentum builds.

After significant changes in their line-up, the band members currently include drummer Satoshima Nani, guitarists Tabata Mitsuru and Kawabata Makoto who share vocals, with Higashi Hiroshi playing keys and S/T playing bass.

Be sure to catch them when they play Waterfront Studio at Norwich, Lewes Con Club and Exchange at Bristol during October, 2017.

Make sure you book your Acid Mothers Temple tickets because demand is high and they will go quickly. You can place your orders with Gigantic on your smartphone, tablet or computer.

Each pulsating, echo-drenched disco-rock groove excels the one before, ending in a collective instrumental howl: AMT are hot, sweaty cool sonic wizards” - The Guardian

Makoto Kawabata and friends seem to be on a roll at the moment in their quest to unite the drive of psychedelically fuelled rock with a deeper, more spiritual aesthetic.” - BBC Music

More than almost any other band on the planet, Kawabata's unit consistently delivers the most over-the-top, blunt-edge psyche-thrash humanly possible.” - Pitchfork

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