Oysterhead is back. The supergroup consisting of Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, The Police drummer Stewart Copeland, and Primus bassist Les Claypool has confirmed a pair of performances for 2020.
Since announcing their farewell tour last year, Slayer has been unleashing their signature thrash metal around the world. The band announced the final leg of dates, dubbed “The Final Campaign,” with Primus, Ministry, and Philip Anselmo.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium have added a new set of dates to their summer tour with a string of August performances. The band, helmed by Les Claypool and Sean Lennon, will bring their live act to U.S. cities between August 9th and the 17th.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium recently visited The Current studio to perform music from their latest album, “South of Reality.” Here’s Les Claypool, Sean Lennon, and the band performing “Blood and Rockets.”
Les Claypool and Sean Lennon kicked off their latest tour with a special treat for fans – and for Claypool. Geddy Lee joined The Delirium onstage in Toronto for their rendition of Sean Lennon’s dad’s, “Tomorrow Never Knows.”
Les Claypool and Sean Lennon have teamed up again for a second album under the Claypool Lennon Delirium banner. “South of Reality” is a continuation of the duo’s psychedelic and experimental sound they first introduced with 2016’s “Monolith of Phobos.”
After announcing a new album in October, the Claypool Lennon Delirium has revealed the second track from the upcoming LP, South of Reality. “Easily Charmed By Fools” is everything you’d expect from Les Claypool and Sean Lennon: awesome, quirky bass lines and a psychedelic vibe. The band has also announced a North American tour.
While Les Claypool said that Primus may be on the back burner for a bit, that gives him time for other projects. That’s clear now as the bassist has announced a new album called South of Reality with The Claypool Lennon Delirium with Sean Lennon. The duo says the record is an organic extension of their 2016 debut, Monolith of...
Wayne Brannon shared this video on the No Treble Facebook group, and it got my attention. “A little fun! From 1992, Primus appears as Bob Cock and His Yellow Socks for a jazzed up version of ‘Tommy The Cat’!” he wrote. Les Claypool’s bass line on the song is so iconic that hearing him take a different direction on the...
After announcing the final batch of tour dates in support of their latest album, The Desaturating Seven, Primus has listened to the fans and added a handful more dates for the rest of the year. The band has been performing the album, which is based on a trippy goblin-themed children’s book, in full during their shows alongside classic tracks. Les...