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Mother's Cake is an Austrian band playing a mix of funk, hardrock and progressive/psychedelic music. It was formed by Yves Krismer (guitar, vocals), Benedikt Trenkwalder (bass) and Jan Haußels (drums) in 2008. Their distinctive sound is influenced by diverse bands such as The Mars Volta, Porcupine Tree, RHCP and Bootsy Collins among others.

The band came in third place out of roughly 1000 bands at ILA 2010 and won the biggest band contest in Austria - Local Heroes Read more on Last.fm

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Live: Anathema @ London KOKO – 26 September 2014

September 30th, 2014

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It takes talent and force of will for a band to change direction as solidly and successfully as Anathema have done. The last half-decade has seen the band truly shrug off their heavier, more goth-metal roots, becoming trailblazers in the UK prog scene. We sent Cheryl Carter along to the London date of their most recent tour to marvel at Anathema’s enduring appeal.

6 things we learnt while watching Anathema in London:

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