The band will start its concert tour on Ostravar Leave in Ostrava on Tuesday. The concerts will not only be the biggest hits of successful groups, but also songs from the album EvoLucie, which the band released last week after a sixteen-year break. Czech-Slovak tours have eight stations in Ostrava, Brno, Prague, Bratislava and Kosice. According to frontman David Wheeler, there will be twenty-two songs on the concerts, five of which come from a new album.
"We train for the month, I still have some trains, but I think the band works well," said singer and drummer Koller today. He added that the work on the album started in January and was filmed after a year of preparation. "This year we were in the studio from January to mid-October, except for holidays," he added.
Guitarist Robert Kodim EvoLucie ranks between two and three best in the history of the group. "Judging that the board is better or worse is difficult, I do not know if it's good to talk about it publicly, we have a lot of data, some are better, some worse," he added. According to him, the manuscript of the band is legible on the new record. "It's a good old classic Lucie, which puts it from the present to the future. EvoLucie actually sitting a lot. It's just a rock band from Prague that has a very wide shot, "said Kodi.
The band is in Ostrava for two days, trying to get in the Ostrava Arena. The hall is the second largest tour, so here musicians and their technicians can try the biggest scene here. After a concert in Ostrava, the band moved to two concerts in Brno, after which they performed three performances in Prague. In the end, he will head to Slovakia, where the tour ends in Kosice.
Plate EvoLucie he left last Friday. All members contributed to her compositions, along with Koller and Kodim, bass guitarist P.B.CH. and keyboards Michal Dvorak. Most texts were concerned about the Code.
The three-dimensional collection was shot under the supervision of sound engineer and producer Paul Karlik. The resulting sound of compositions was also examined by experienced producers Mike Fraser, John Spike, Mark Plati, Mike Clink or Czech sound engineers Ecson Valdes and Jiri Janouch. Among the recordings are Lenny's singer, saxophonist Vratislav Brabenec of The Plastic People of Universe, or guitarist Phil Ks from Bon Jovi.
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