From: Tyrol, Austria
|08. Oct. 2021||Bonn||Crossroad Festival||Germany|
|23. Nov. 2021||München||Strom||Germany|
|24. Nov. 2021||Stuttgart||Universum||Germany|
|25. Nov. 2021||Bochum||Rockpalast||Germany|
|26. Nov. 2021||Hamburg||Headcrash||Germany|
|29. Nov. 2021||Köln||Blue Shell||Germany|
|01. Dec. 2021||Dresden||Beatpol||Germany|
|03. Dec. 2021||Warsaw||Poglos||Poland|
|05. Dec. 2021||Frankfurt||Nachtleben||Germany|
Helping rock with progressive elements find new fields of expression might be one the the musical goals of the Tyrolean band Mother’s Cake. With their debut album “Creations Finest” (Gab Music 2012), they managed to draw first attention to themselves. But it was their follow-up album in 2015, “Love the Filth” (Panta R&E), that finally brought them to the international stage. The band, that accompanied the British progressive metal band Anathema on their Distant Satellites tour, likes it loud, powerful, edgy and psychedelic with multifaceted and thoughtfully arranged songs. In January 2017 they released their third album, “No Rhyme No Reason” on Membran Records. Mother’s Cake have supported artists like Iggy and the Stooges, Alice In Chains, Tito & Tarantula or Limp Bizkit and toured more than 20 countries.
In 2018, the band played more than 100 shows in the UK, Romania, Hungary, Germany, Croatia, Bulgaria, Austria and Switzerland. Additionally, they performed at the Great Escape in Brighton and at Liverpool’s Soundcity and got nominated for the Austrian Amadeus Award in the category “Hard & Heavy”. In 2018, they released their 2nd live album “Live at Bergisel” via Membran/The Orchard /SONY, recorded in the famous Austrian skijumping arena in Innsbruck. In January 2019, the band played their first shows in India at the The Humming Tree in Bangalore and the Sula Fest near Mumbai.