Norwegian post-progressive art rockers release ‘London’

By Kscope on November 8, 2011 in Gazpacho, Live, Mini-site, New Releases, Tour

Gazpacho was formed in Oslo in 1996 by childhood friends Jon-Arne Vilbo and Thomas Andersen along with Jan-Henrik Ohme (later joined by Mikael Krømer, Robert R Johansen and Kristian Torp). The band have honed their unique sound, and a substantial international fan-base, over a string of critically acclaimed albums and numerous tours, including several with long-time supporters Marillion.

Missa Atropos, the latest album from Gazpacho, was released earlier this year on Kscope. The album was described by Classic Rock as ‘finely crafted, darkly atmospheric stuff’ and following its release the band embarked on a European tour.

As part of this tour the band played at the legendary Dingwalls venue in Camden. Classic Rock Prog described the evening as ‘sublime’ going on to state, ‘with new album Missa Atropos to draw from as well as a catalogue of songs that draw favourable comparison with both Radiohead and a more sedate Muse, they fill the best part of two hours with invention and brio.’

London is a 2CD set which captures the gig. The set is out now and can be ordered from the Kscope store or downloaded from all major download stores.

Go to the London mini-site to order the 2CD set or for download links. The mini-site also features a montage of tracks from the gig, downloads and more, click here to check it out.