New Jersey rock behemoths Monster Magnet will perform their breakthrough 1998 album ‘Powertrip’ in full at three UK shows in early 2020.
The three-date trek opens at Glasgow Garage on Wednesday 22nd January before hitting Leeds O2 Academy (Thursday 23rd January) and London O2 Forum Kentish Town (Friday 24th January).
Alongside ‘Powertrip’ in its glorious entirety, Monster Magnet will be playing other tracks from their back catalogue.
24-hour presale tickets go on sale from Planet Rock Tickets at 9am on Thursday 10th October.
Commenting on the tour, vocalist/guitarist Dave Wyndorf says: “It’s time to celebrate POWERTRIP. Why? Because it ROCKS, that’s why.
Why are you asking questions? Get your tickets NOW! Devil horns, bitches!!!!”
Released in June 1998, Monster Magnet’s fourth studio album ‘Powertrip’ was the band’s commercial breakthrough and dented charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
The stoner rock opus spawned the colossal singles ‘Powertrip’, ‘See You In Hell’ and, of course, the masterful ‘Space Lord’.
See Monster Magnet at the following shows:
Glasgow Garage – Wed 22nd
Leeds O2 Academy – Thu 23rd
London O2 Forum Kentish Town – Fri 24th
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- Monster Magnet - Spine Of God - German - vinyl LP - £65.00, $81.25, €72.80 (New Item) (arrived 18-Sep-2020 12:23)on October 1, 2020 at 5:52 am
MONSTER MAGNET Spine Of God (Rare 1991 German 9-track vinyl LP, the debut album by the American stoner rock band on the Glitterhouse label with a black & silver design, housed in a glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve displays just a little light general wear and the vinyl looks barely played. A really nice example of this rare 90s vinyl pressing GR0172)
- Monster Magnet - Superjudge - red vinyl - Stickered Shrink - US - vinyl LP - £65.00, $81.25, €72.80 (New Item) (arrived 10-Sep-2020 16:53)on October 1, 2020 at 5:52 am
MONSTER MAGNET Superjudge (Scarce 1993 US limited edition 11-track LP pressed on Red Vinyl, the second full length album from the American stoner rock band and their first on the A&M label, including Evil originally performed by Howlin' Wolf and Brainstorm originally performed by Hawkwind. This example remains in the open custom stickered shrink, therefore the picture sleeve displays minimal wear, and the vinyl looks barely played. A fantastic example)