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Grimm Limbo

Grimm Limbo

Grimm Limbo


Grimm Limbo is Frank Boeijen. As a kid, back in the mid eighties, he started with the everlasting love for the Art of Noise. With 2 tape-recorders and a very cheap Yamaha hobby-keyboard, he tried to learn from the fantastic sounds made by Trevor Horn and his companions. When he was 16 years old he was asked to play keyboards in atmospheric metal band: The Gathering. Performing more than 900 gigs with this band all around the world, and releasing several successful studio albums, he now still plays in the Gathering with a lot of joy. Read more on Last.fm
Grimm Limbo is Frank Boeijen. As a kid, back in the mid eighties, he started with the everlasting love for the Art of Noise. With 2 tape-recorders and a very cheap Yamaha hobby-keyboard, he tried to learn from the fantastic sounds made by Trevor Horn and his companions. When he was 16 years old he was asked to play keyboards in atmospheric metal band: The Gathering.

Performing more than 900 gigs with this band all around the world, and releasing several successful studio albums, he now still plays in the Gathering with a lot of joy. Electronic music always had a fatal attraction though, that is why it found its outlet via this side -project. Influenced by bands like Joy Division, (early) U2, the Pixies, the Orb, and modern acts like Mogwai, Interpol, the Knife but also modern impressionists like the White Birch, Julian Fane, and Phillip Glass. Grimm Limbo's music is full of melancholic melodies and dark drones.

As if a gloomy dark fairy tale escaped out of his head and was translated into music. Always grim, but with a dance-able twist. 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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