Norwegian band Motorpsycho were named after a movie by American sexploitation auteur Russ Meyer, and their music is an adventurous fusion of progressive rock, psychedelia, alternative rock, folk-rock, hard rock, and old-school heavy metal. After a handful of EPs and vinyl-only releases, Motorpsycho cut the grand-scale 1993 double album Demon Box, which earned enthusiastic reviews and signaled the beginning of a prolific career. Despite numerous lineup changes, the band went on to release a considerable amount of material throughout the next two decades, incorporating elements of jazz and electronic music into their already eclectic mix of styles. ~ Mark Deming
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