Concert at Luxor with Psycho Village

Nothing More

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Nothing More. Our studio had already heard a lot about the band, which has recently been stirring up the scene. When we received a request to visit one of their concerts (Thank you very much, Yassi), we finally agreed and soon made our way to a concert, which we will still tell our grandchildren about. But read for yourself....! Arriving at the Luxor, we heard people rumbling that this concert was sold out. Full House. All the more the joy rose in us for a hammer show as well as a memorable evening, as this was our last concert in good 2017. Still with the thoughts completely elsewhere, wallowing in nostalgic memories, the first band came on stage.

The three guys from Psycho Villagewhose drummer we saw joyfully talking to a few visitors in front of the Luxor, come from beautiful Austria and already have six years of band history behind them. Armed with their instruments and two big screens, the guys came on stage one after the other and kicked off with their first track. Loud, pumped up with a mass of energy and of course Bock on music, they brought a performance to the man, which almost reminded of a riot against the Last Judgement. We especially remembered their idea with the videos, which were played on the screen and suitably accompanied their songs. Psycho Village, had not occurred to us until this concert, a mistake we will now revise ūüėČ

We had been looking forward to this event for quite some time. "The Stories We Tell Ourselves" was and is for us one of the albums, which we would describe as a highlight for 2017. The band itself, which with Twelve Foot Ninja has already been on tour, recently caused a stir in the scene with their three Grammy nominations and is in our opinion a band we will still hear a lot from! Nothing More entered the stage to loud cheers and started right away with a powerful performance. The troupe, which played either on socks or like singer Jonny completely barefoot and without a T-shirt on stage, characterized their show with breathtaking stunts, an intoxicatingly good sound as well as a closeness to the audience that we liked very much. Nothing More seemed to be in a state of ecstasy or trance, and truly put on a concert that resembled fireworks.

The entire show borrowed some highlights in itself, at whose enumeration we still morning drans√§√üen. For this we really recommend a concert visit ūüėČ But, one what we particularly liked, we have picked out for you..... The guys from Nothing More travel with a strange construction, which can really do everything... Well, okay, probably not make coffee, but they invented it by themselves and that alone was worth visiting the concert to see it. They had clamped a five sided bass to the monster and guitarist Mark and bassist Daniel both started to play on it. Totally amazed by the fact, we couldn't take our eyes off it and watched the two of them spellbound. Whoever thought that was it, didn't get the bill with Nothing More made: As if from nowhere, rose Jonny with and played with two sticks


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in the hand on the bass. The sound was just awesome and was then also directly supported by the drummer Ben. A spectacle what we have not yet experienced and we totally celebrate. Chapeau! But every good concert ends at some point and so we left to walk in the pouring rain to our car..... Nothing More was a real highlight and we are already looking forward to seeing the guys again!To get a small impression of the concert, you should watch our video for "Go To War" by Nothing More above... It's worth it!

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