May 02, 2019

Frank W. Fromy ‎– Quatre Axes Mutants (1988, LP, France)

A1 Ligeia Ou - Le Ver Conquérant (20:45)
B1 Beata Dolores (13:24)
B2 Le Chant Des Pierres (2:56)
B3 Parapets Impulsifs (7:52)

Drums, Percussion – Alain Mouray
Electric Bass – Pierre Quesnay, Pierre G. Monteil, Alain Ballaud
Piano – Marie Faure
Soprano Saxophone – Danièle Dumas
Alto Saxophone – Claire Dixmier
Baritone Saxophone – Bernard Guerin
Tuba – Sylvie Jerusalem
Viola – Marie-Pascale Jallot, Guillaume Wapoel, Françoise Sachse
Cello – Sylvain Dupasquier
Vocals – Lucie Ferrandon, Laurence Kopelovitch, Frank W. Fromy
Performer [Octoplaque] – Pierre G. Monteil

Music By – Frank W. Fromy

After RIO/Zeuhl band Shub-Niggurath's daring and legendary full-length debut "Les Morts Vont Vite", guitarist Frank-William Fromy left the band to record his own solo album for Musea Records, although swamped in obscurity ever since it's release in 1988. The album shares many similarities with his mother bands music. Dark, doomy and theatrical music with strange vocal sections and a very unique and anguished atmosphere. Recommended to fans of stuff like Shub-Niggurath, early Univers Zero and Art Zoyd.

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