Unfold

Unfold
Unfold
Unfold - live at Rock Altitude Festival.jpg
Unfold au Rock Altitude Festival en 2011.

Pays d’origine Drapeau de Suisse Suisse, Yverdon-les-Bains
Genre musical Metal Post Hardcore Sludge
Années d'activité depuis 1996
Labels Division Records
Site officiel www.unfoldrocks.com

Membres Alain Bastien Danek Elie Laurent Simon

Unfold est un groupe de Metal / Post Hardcore originaire d'Yverdon-les-Bains en Suisse formé en 1996. Après une pause de plusieurs année ils sortent en 2011 leur troisième album.

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Composition du groupe

Membres actuels

  • Alain – Guitare, clavier
  • Bastien – Basse
  • Danek - Chant
  • Elie - Guitare, clavier
  • Laurent - Batterie
  • Simon - Guitare, clavier

Anciens membres

  • Christian – Guitare
  • Laurent - Basse
  • Vincent - Basse

Discographie

EP

Splits

  • Split avec Shovel (1998)
  • Split avec Seethingsl (2001)

Albums studio

  • Pure (2000)
  • Aeon Aony (2003)
  • Cosmogon (2011)

www.divisionrecords.com

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