Dead Skeletons and Föllakzoid drag their bones to Liverpool for November date


Dead SKeletons live at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia at Camp.jpg
Psychedelic Icelandic music and visual collaborative project hit our shores once more.

You know a band means business when their mantra is “He Who Fears Death Cannot Enjoy Life“.
It’s serious stuff, but then Dead Skeletons are a very serious proposition. Dead Skeletons and Föllakzoid will be opening portals into new dimensions at the Kazimier on Wednesday November 27.
Forging ahead with a philosophy of victory or death, music that melts the brain with fuzz, drone and the mystery of lessons in foreign languages, Dead Skeletons are here to conquer.
Frontman Jon Saemunder Audarson already has some great pedigree, working closely and continuously with Brian Jonestown Massacre linchpin Anton Newcombe on the end-of-the-world fun and frolics that constitute their underground communication station, Dead TV.
If you’re still with us on this one, you’ll know exactly what to expect. If you’re a little unsure, let your fear drive you onwards and into their arms.

If the thought of Dead Skeletons has yet to put the fear of God into you, then Föllakzoid, providing support on the night, certainly will.
Proudly dubbed as one of, if not the only, Chilean Krautrock groups, Föllakzoid hit the UK for the first time in support of latest album II.
They formed in Santiago, from what they describe as the result of, “a product of a trance experience between friends, sort of a soul abduc-tion in which they’ve been living since 2008.”
They have just unleashed the chilling video for their new track Pulsar.
The power of these two acts combined will almost be enough to establish their own new world order in the Kazimier. Be there…before they come for you.

FÖLLAKZOID “PULSAR” from Domingo García-Huidobro on Vimeo.

Further reading on Getintothis:
Liverpool Psych Fest 2013 review, picture gallery and final thoughts.
Getintothis reviews the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia featuring The Time And Space Machine, Dead Skeletons, Wolf People and more at Camp and Furnace.
GetintothisLiverpool International Festival of Psychedelia – picture gallery.
Getintothis talks to Will Sergeant on his love affair with psychedelic music.




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