Lou Reed to bring ‘Metal Machine Trio’ to the UK

He'll draw inspiration from his 1975 album

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Lou Reed is to tour the UK with his Metal Machine Trio this April.

Reed will be joined by musicians Ulrich Krieger and Sarth Calhoun for the gigs, which will take in a night of what he calls “deep noise” and improvised sounds. The gigs are influenced by Reed‘s 1975 album ‘Metal Machine Music’ – although the album itself will not be being played. No songs or vocals will feature either.

Lou Reed‘s Metal Machine Trio play:

Cambridge Junction (April 17)
Oxford O2 Academy (18)
London Royal Festival Hall (19)
Paris La Cigale (21)
Oslo Sentrum (26)
Mallorca Teatre Principal de Palma (30)

Tickets are available now.

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