|Nox — Crowd (1988)|
Nox — Crowd
Location: Metz, France
Album release: 1988
Record Label: Permis De Construire (PER 007)
1. Fight 4:43
2. Chant D’Amour 4:31
3. A.V.D. 2:21
4. Chatzado 4:28
5. Yaweyo 4:32
6. Crowd 6:50
♠ Nox is an industrial band from Metz, France. They formed in 1981 by Cécile Babiole, and went into a trio with Gerome Nox (G-nox), and Laurent Perrier joining the band later on. Laurent Pernice joined in the 90's to make the line up complete. Powerful hypnotic guitar and heavy tribal percussion characterizes Nox’s sonic rock, very Swans like from time to time. Crowd was released on vinyl by Permis De Construire (PER 007) in 1988.
♠ Industrial music and however sexual, incantation preceding the fall of bodies in the dust, tribal chants resounding in a desert urban zone, Nox is a major band from the first generation of industrial french acts.
♠ The project was initiated by Gerome Nox in the early 80's and was officilaly created in 1982 when they first perform live.
♠ Their music combined tribal rhythms, hypnotic abrasive guitars and primitive male/female vocals.
♠ At that time they played live with famous great acts like : Einstürzende Neubauten, Test Dept., Sprung Aus Den Wolken or Esplendor Geometrico.
♠ The band ceased to exist in 1994 after a intense and very innovative discography.
♠ Acte 1 (1983 — Tape — AKT Production)
♠ Sessions 84/86 (1987 — LP — Dossier Records)
♠ Crowd (1988 — LP — Permis de construire)
♠ Acte 1 : Back To The Roots ! (1989 — LP — Permis de construire)
♠ Live At The Manufacture (1989 — CD — Permis de construire)
♠ Rut (1989 — 10" — Odd Size)
♠ Killin’ Drive Power (1990 — CD — Permis de construire)
Cécile Babiole: http://www.babiole.net/
Sound on Probation: http://www.soundonprobation.com/
Laurent Pernice: http://laurent.pernice.free.fr/
After that, all the last 4 members take different roads :
♠ Gerome Nox acts as producer in the late 80's and start of 90's, and then he decides to move towards the world of theater and contemporary dance, and also create his own musical project, G-Nox.
All pictures © Nox fortaken: http://www.godsandbeasts.blogspot.com
|Nox — Crowd (1988)|