DRUMMING SYNDROME ON SPOTIFY, DS & DM3 TOUR, VIDEOS WITH BRIAN BAJAK, WELCOME TO KOREA, SILESIA DRUM FESTIVAL
You can now listen to my Drumming Syndrome albums “Welcome to Korea”, “Drums’n’Rock’n’Metal medley” and “Drum Solos 2012 – 2022 Compilation” on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and other streaming platforms! Look up my profile Miloš Meier and stream! 😉
I also posted a new remastered version of my Drumming Syndrome performance for the online Seoul Drum Festival 2021 in South Korea on my YouTube channel! Due to copyright reasons the original video was partially blocked so I decided to post the video again, taking the opportunity to improve the sound and change the audio background in the blocked part. Check it out – I consider this video to be one of my most essential Drumming Syndrome LIVE videos and it’s titled “Welcome to Korea (Live for Seoul 2021)”! Enjoy! 🙂
Together with my friend, guitarist and producer Brian Bajak, we released two more singles from our upcoming instrumental metal record. Both songs had already been released on my 10TH ANNIVERSARY COMPILATION USB album, now they are also available on YouTube!
This year started for me with the concerts of my Drumming Syndrome Tour. I really enjoy the support I receive everywhere and thank you very much for it! You can watch a video report from one of my Drumming Syndrome performances below – from Uničov! A lot of both solo concerts and subsequent festival appearances are still ahead of me, watch the CONCERTS section here!
In March, after the main part of the Drumming Syndrome Tour was completed, I immediately continued with Dymytry and we toured together with our good friends from Germany – with the band Hämatom. We played eight great concerts here in the Czech Republic, released an EP together and we are about to tour Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It’s going to be a blast and there’s a lot more to come!
I also reminisced about my performance at the Silesia Drum Festival in Poland in October and released an almost half-hour long recording of my set. I met the world’s top drummers there and I had the honour of playing alongside drummers such as Chris Coleman, Virgil Donati, Kaz Rodriguez and Wiktoria Bialic. I’d had a tough week behind me and a trip straight to Madrid ahead of me plus a subsequent month-long European tour with Dymytry. During my forty-five-minute set, I didn’t feel at my best physically and mentally, but I tried to put as much energy into my playing as possible and push myself to the limit of my physical capabilities. I really appreciate the feedback I received from other drummers and fans, despite my great exhaustion, which I believe was not recognizable owing to my great self-denial and effort… Because of that, unfortunately, my feelings about playing the set were not so good and I did not enjoy drumming as much as I wanted to. However, the response and success at this festival was another wonderful experience and made my name more visible in the drumming world. 🙏🌍