About Infected Mushroom
If that’s not impressive enough—there is the band’s average 120 live performances a year including, repeat, sold-out shows from the Ultra Fest in Miami to the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, from Mexico’s OMIX to Cali’s Coachella, to Brazil’s Ipanema Beach, and from Melbourne’s Metro Club to the 2009 and 2011 Burningman Festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. Not to mention collaborations with big Rock legends; Ray Manzarek (The Doors), Perry Farrell (Jane’s addiction) and then their insane amount (roughly 14,000,000) hits on You Tube simply cannot go without mention . . .
The best is still yet to come for Erez and Duvdev—they’ve invested heavily in the studio, prepping for the explosion of their next album release. The first full-length album (title to be released) since 2009’s The Legend of the Black Shawarma hits the market in early 2012 and showcases what they do best: invent, experiment, create, re-arrange, flip-up, bend-over, twist-sideways while staying true to their electronic roots diced with their own flavor—dash of added breaks, dubstep, and of course, always trippy and psychedelic. The first of four singles, Pink Nightmares hits the market in August, followed by several others individually until the complete release in early 2012.
Infected’s live shows are spellbinding visual trip as the backdrop for godspeed pumping vocals and banging live instruments. Their adoring fans continue to descend below Infected’s stage en masse at festivals and stadiums shows–Nocturnal Wonderland (Texas/Los Angeles), World Electronic Music Festival (WEMF) in Canada, Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas, Nevada), and the Opulent Temple at Burning Man (Black Rock City, Nevada). All walks of life gather in attendance for the same reason: to experience Infected Mushroom, the world’s greatest Psy-Trance band of the decade.
Jul 22 FridayBoom, Belgium Unknown venue
Aug 12 FridaySomerset, WI, US Unknown venue
Aug 26 FridaySan Diego, CA, US Bassmnt
Nov 12 SaturdayItu, Brazil Arena Maeda