Indonesian metal trio Voice of Baceprot will perform the fourth edition of the Supermusic NEXTZone Live 360 Virtual Concert alongside veteran musicians Barry Likumahuwa and Rey Marshall.
The free virtual concert, which will be broadcast on December 23 exclusively via the organizer SuperliveThe Voice of Baceprot website and YouTube channel will perform on Indonesian soil for the first time since returning from their European tour which ended on December 10 at Post Tenebras Rock L’Usine in Geneva, Switzerland.
360-degree cameras will capture the performance, which will feature bassist Likumahuwa and guitarist Marshall, who will join the trio on stage to collaborate on several songs together.
Baceprot’s voice told Indonesian pop culture magazine Hai online that they will unveil new material at the show. “For us it’s like a welcome home party after our tour of Europe. This is why we are very excited and impatient! they said.
“Better still, we have the chance to collaborate with established musicians who are also our mentors. We’ll also be playing some new singles coming soon!
An exclusive interview, hosted by Dewa Budjana and Andyan Gorust, will also take place during the virtual concert and see Voice of Baceprot discussing their careers and future plans. Fans who purchase merchandise from the Superlive Superstore will also be eligible to participate in a virtual meetup with the group.
Next year Voice of Baceprot – singer / guitarist Firdda ‘Marsya’ Kurnia, bassist Widi Rahmawati and drummer Euis ‘Sitti’ Aisyah – will perform at the Wacken Open Air Festival, becoming the sixth Indonesian act to grace the festival stage. German heavy music.
In August, they released their second single, ‘God, Allow Me (Please) To Play Music’, which Marsya said. NME in an interview earlier this year is a direct blow against the “suppression of women” and “our common designation of second-rate objects and human beings”.
Most recently, Voice of Baceprot went viral on TikTok with a clip of Marsya calling on interviewers to be concerned about their hijabs, or religious scarves, on stage during their European tour.
“… I feel like I’m coming here for a fashion show. They just focus on how we look, ”she said. “So I’ll tell you now, we came here not only to make our dreams come true, but also to show you that the hijab is a sign of peace, love and beauty.”