Primus – Conspiranoid
- US - Original
White Vinyl Edition.
Having just launched their 64-date ‘A Tribute To Kings’ world tour, paying homage to prog-rock legends, Rush, Primus has released their first new music in more than 5 years, the 3-song EP Conspiranoid, out today. The EP features the epic, 11-minute opening track, “Conspiranoia,” which Claypool described as “a long, winding, bastard of a song.” He adds: “”Conspiranoia” was sprouted from a seed I had planted in my notebook a year or so ago–a few lines commenting on the mental state of the contemporary world.” A vinyl edition of the EP will be released on August 12th.
The Conspiranoid EP follows the release of “Zelensky: The Man With the Iron Balls,” a collaboration with Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello, written to rally support for the Ukrainian people. Released this week via Rolling Stone, the track also features Stewart Copeland, Sean Lennon, Billy Strings, and Sergey Ryabtsev, with proceeds supporting Nova Ukraine, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine. The artists are inviting listeners to show their support by submitting clips of themselves, their friends, colleagues, children, pets, or anyone else they deem appropriate clapping along to the song. Video clips can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and additional details can be found in the video notes here.
Primus’ wildly popular ‘A Tribute To Kings’ Tour finds the Bay area trio performing Rush’s 1977 album ‘A Farewell To Kings’ in its entirety, following a set of their own music. Winding its way throughout the North American and ultimately to Europe this fall, the second leg also included the tour’s first stops in Canada, beginning with two dates in Toronto on May 13-14. Rush was formed in Toronto in 1968. The US performances are also featuring special guests Battles, Black Mountain, and The Black Angels.
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