Personnell changes (Alain Blessing, Eric Guillaume and Xavier de Raymond out, Gilles Rozenberg and MALICORNE's violinist Patrick Lemercier in) resulted in shorter songs, tighter arrangements and their next release, 1980's "Ardeur". In 1983 after the addition of synthesizers into their arrangements, and a move away from their more traditional Zeuhl sound, ESKATON recorded their last release "Fiction". In 1984 Gilles Rozenberg left the group, and the remaining members recorded their last album "I Care", which was never released. Now 20 years later, ESKATON remains one of Zeuhl's brightest moments, and their album "4 Visions" (released on CD in 1995 through Sweeden's Ad Perpetuam Memoriam label) is a masterpiece of the entire genre. 2. Polish Death Metal band.
ad1. The aim of the band was to play similar music to Magma but with a different approach to the voices. The original formation consisted of four musicians: Xavier de Raymond (piano), Gérard Konig (drums), Marc Rozenberg (bass) and Alain Blésing (guitar). During 1973, a second guitarist (Bernard Bernardi), a synth player (Eris Guillaume) and two female singers (Paule Kleynnaert and Amara Tahir) joined the band. The band released four albums in France before finally splitting up in 1985 with a last, unreleased, album called Icare. -------------------- ad2.
Polish Death Metal band formed in 1999 in Rzeszów. They can be found at http://www.eskaton.prv.pl/ where some of their music is available in the 'Media' label (->'Muzyka') Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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