Primus’ Spring 3D Tour

What will this be like? Here’s a hint via Consequence of Sound

The 21-date jaunt will feature two sets per night, and utilize a special 3-D backdrop screen as well as a quadraphonic sound system to create a “really trippy” experience for fans, according to Billboard.

Each attendee will be issued 3D goggles, and the band plans to “actually turn around during improv sections (of the songs) and sort of jam along with our visualist and images that are being created especially for this tour.” Frontman Les Claypool also promised that “every show will be different. Different environments, as far as venues, are going to lend themselves to different experiences, depending on where you are and whatnot in the crowd. It’s very heady. People that are going to be moshing around probably won’t get any of this, but the heads will get it.”



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