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Published on 14th February 2014

Crimson ProjeKCt update


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Back in October last year we brought you news of The Crimson ProjeKCt‘s announced extensive touring schedule in support of their forthcoming Live In Tokyo release. Our thanks to Petting Zoo PR for an updated tour itinerary, which now includes the rescheduled dates for Australia and New Zealand…

“The Crimson ProjeKCt, the King Crimson offshoot featuring 3 current members of that historic band, will release ‘Live in Tokyo’ through InsideOut Music on the 3rd March 2014. With the tour set to begin soon as well, the band have revealed the classic 70’s King Crimson track ‘Red’ taken from the live album which can be heard here.

The band had this to say: “Red is one of the pre-80ies instrumentals that has remained an integral part of King Crimson’s repertoire up until the early 2000s. Our interpretation of this classic piece is uniquely energetic and always ‘on-the-edge’, especially the double drumming from Pat and Tobias. Markus is doubling the main guitar part in a baritone register, which adds a subtle new pushing element to the song. The roar going through the audience when we start playing this is one of the highlights of our shows for us.”

Featuring the talents of Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Markus Reuter, Julie Slick and Tobias Ralph; The Crimson ProjeKCt primarily focus on repertoire from the early 1980s through to the mid-90s. The band has a “double trio” line-up, as made popular by Crimson between 1994 – 1997. The full track-listing for the CD & Digital release can be found below:”

The Crimson ProjeKCt ~ Live In TokyoTRACK LISTING

01. B’Boom
02. THRAK
03. Frame By Frame
04. Dinosaur
05. Industry
06. Elephant Talk
07. VROOOM VROOOM
08. Sleepless
09. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part II
10. Indiscipline
11. Red
12. Thela Hun Ginjeet

The Crimson ProjeKCt Tour 2014

05 Mar – Heichal Tarbut, Tel-Aviv – Israel
06 Mar – Bingo Club, Kiev – Ukraine
07 Mar – Usine A Gaz, Nyon – Switzerland
08 Mar – Amager Bio, Copenhagen – Denmark
09 Mar – Cosmopolite, Oslo – Norway
11 Mar – Ziquodrome, Compiegne – France
12 Mar – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London – UK
13 Mar – Trabendo, Paris – France
14 Mar – De Boerderij, Zoetermeer – Netherlands
16 Mar – Arena Club, Moscow – Russia
17 Mar – Palace of Culture Lensoveta, St. Petersburg – Russia
19 Mar – Palladium Club, Warsaw – Poland
20 Mar – Klub Studio, Krakow – Poland
21 Mar – Neuberin Halle, Reichenbach – Germany
22 Mar – Konzerthause, Karlsruhe – Germany
23 Mar – Frankfurter Hof, Mainz – Germany
25 Mar – Grughalle, Essen – Germany
26 Mar – Z7, Basel – Switzerland
27 Mar – Archa Theatre, Prague – Czech Republic
29 Mar – Auditorium Supercinema, Chieti – Italy
30 Mar – Auditorium Manzoni, Bologna – Italy
31 Mar – Auditorium Verdi, Milan – Italy
01 Apr – Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome – Italy
02 Apr – Viper Theatre, Firenze – Italy
04 Apr – Kongresu Nams, Riga – Latvia
24 Jun – Auckland – the Studio – New Zealnd
26 Jun – Melbourne – The Hi-Fi – Australia
27 Jun – Sydney – The Hi-Fi – Australia
28 Jun – Brisbane – The Hi-Fi – Australia
02 Jul – Fremantle – Fly By Night – Australia

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