Samsara Blues Experiment (Stoner Rock/Psych Blues/Indian Raga/Folk, D)
support: L'IRA DEL BACCANO (ITA)
Samsara Blues Experiment
are a German 3-piece who channel their musical forms in extended forays of psychedelic stonerrock. Founded in 2007 by guitarist/singer Christian Peters, the group plays a mixture of stoner rock, psychedelic blues, Indian raga, thrash metal and traditional folk. The band is completed by bassplayer Hans Eiselt and drummer Thomas Vedder.
In their early years SBE have been a very busy touring band. Their first tour took them all along the US-Westcoast in March 2009 – the bands ninth show was already at The Echo on LA ́s famed Sunset Boulevard - btw with the release of only one demo in their hands! A few months later, in the Spring of 2010, the now often considered *classic record* "Long Distance Trip" has been released by the small German label World In Sound. More touring on European ground followed in support of bands like Yawning Man and Sons Of Otis.
The second album "Revelation & Mystery" brought even more live activities, along
My Sleeping Karma and others in a 30 day busride of their "Up In Smoke" -tour across Central Europe and several bigger festival appearances at Roadburn, Burg Herzberg and more. With the release of their third album "Waiting For The Flood"
in 2013, this time on their own label Electric Magic, the band had already become a household name in the "stoner scene" and beyond. Headlining tours and more festival gigs would follow, as well as an appearance in German TV-show "Rockpalast". Over the last eight years the band played some of the major festivals on European and US-American ground, rocking Hellfest, Austin Psych Levitation, Psycho CA, Devilstone, Reverence Valada, several times at the Desertfest in both London and Berlin, and many others including headlining spots at smaller scene festivals in whole Europe.
L'IRA DEL BACCANO
After the last two critically acclaimed studio albums "TERRA 42 (2014)"
& " PARADOX HOURGLASS (2017)" the italian band continue the instrumental journey through different songs structures while melting in their unique style and sound vibes going from the Doom influences of Black Sabbath with the 60’s/70’s Psychedelia of Pink Floyd and Hawkwind; Heavy-Prog vibes of bands like Rush, as well as the performing freedom of jam bands like The Grateful Dead.
Supported by JEVER LIVE