Special An Evening With Primus Concert Announced


(Prog) Primus will perform at London's Roundhouse on June 20, 2017. An Evening With Primus will see bassist and vocalist Les Claypool , guitarist Larry Lalonde and drummer Tim Alexander perform at the Camden venue for the first time.

The announcement comes after the newly released edition of Primus' eighth album Primus & The Chocolate Factory was recently nominated in the Grammy's Best Surround Sound Album category.

Claypool recently recalled recording the theme tune for hit animated comedy South Park - adding that he was amazed it ever went to air. He said: "We got a call years ago that these guys were working on this little animated pilot for Comedy Central. They were a couple of college kids who were fans of the band, and I guess they approached me to do the theme song." Read more here.

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