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VIDUNDER (SWE) + DEAD MAN'S EYES (Cologne) @ Waldmeister Solingen

Waldmeister e.V. Raum für Kultur Walder Bahnhof - Holbeinstrasse, Solingen, Germania
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VIDUNDER
60s/70s Heavy Bluesrock aus Växjö+Örebro/Schweden

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DEAD MAN'S EYES
Psychedelic Rock aus Köln

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Waldmeister e.V. Raum für Kultur
Holbeinstr.8
42719 Solingen

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Vidunder
http://www.vidunderband.com
Tief verwurzelten sechziger, respektive frühen siebziger-Rock mit einer klaren Blues-Schlagseite lassen die Schweden von Vidunder auf den geneigten Hörer niederprasseln. Nach und nach bestätigt sich dabei, die schon häufiger aufgestellte These, dass schwedische Mütter ihren Kids diverse Mittelchen unter die hausgemachten Köttbullar mischen. Denn versucht man sich an der zur Zeit unwirklich langen Liste der Bands, die die 60er und 70er eben nicht nur zitieren, sondern zu jeder Minute auch zelebrieren, kommt man schnell ans die Leistungsfähigkeit des menschlichen Gehirns. Die hohe Frequenz mit der Skandinavien hervorragende Bands produziert, übrigens nicht nur im Bereich des Classic Rock, scheint bisweilen surreal - gerade deshalb wird sie durch "Vidunder" perfekt erweitert. Den scheppernden Blues, den die drei Schweden auf ihr selbstbetiteltes Debütalbum gezimmert haben, könnte man ohne zu zögern zwischen die Götterknaben Captain Beyond, Blue Cheer und Led Zeppelin ins Plattenregal schieben.

"Vidunder plays 70’s rock with influences deeply rooted in the early days of bluesy rock bands like Captain Beyond and Blue Cheer. The record "Asmodeus" has an authentic vintage feel to it bringing the thoughts back to country fellows Witchcraft, and maybe even the predecessors Norrsken." - Crusher Records

In 2010 Martin Prim, Jens Rasmussen, Elis Edin Markskog and Johannes Cronquist started the band Abrakadabra in Växjö, Sweden. The band quickly managed to record a few tracks before two of the band members moved to Malmö, Sweden. Due to the distance rehearsing was close to nonexistent with the current line-up, and Martin Prim decided to team up with Linus Larsson and Jonas Sjöqvist to form a new band: Vidunder.
The trio kept some of the old Abrakadabra songs, and after only two weeks of rehearsal the band recorded what was to become their debut single “Asmodeus”. The single was release as a 7-inch by Crusher Records on November 25th, 2011.
Vidunder followed up the record release with live shows around Sweden, and played with bands such as Spiders, Trummor & Orgel and Dean Allen Foyd, to name a few.
In May 2012 drummer Jonas Sjöqvist left the band. Martin and Linus moved to Malmö, and the good old friend Jens Rasmussen became their new drummer.
In late 2012 Vidunder began the recording of their debut album, and was completed in early 2013. The brand new self-titled ten tracks album is due on May 24th, 2013, via Crusher Records.

Dead Man's Eyes
Dead Man's Eyes is a four piece group dedicated to playing honest experimental rock. They chose the road less travelled, driven by the awareness that there is far more to music than what mass has made it. They spit at those of those who took the easy way, who created the ordinary and valueless.
http://deadmanseyes.bandcamp.com/

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