Label: Nosferatu records/ indie
Manager: Ginette Flatow
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
TROP and FEROCE both arrived on the Montreal music scene in 1982. In 1984 Trop and Feroce joined forces and became the appropriately named TROP FEROSS. The progressive style of their guitarist and the operatic/metal side of their le...See Full Bio
Trop Feross will be in New York june 2013 to film the clip "Bruler par le Blues".
“Ahh.. Horror Metal! Don't you just love it? Dude, it's like this perfect combination of, like, Horror and, ya know... Metal! Even when sung in French with operatic female vocals it never fails to impress me. " Is it really any good?" Hell yeah! Although like many of the other bands of the genre, they're an acquired taste. I've mentioned the rather unconventional vocals. Add to that a rather 'rumbling' rehearsal-room(cave?) production. The upside with the raw production is that the guitars sound brutal as bloody hell, almost Death Metal-like. This is especially notable in the opening "Richard Coeur de Fer", where the lead riff sound more like some remorseless, bonecrushing, medieval warmachine than any form of musical entity. "Trop Fort" is the undisputed highlight of the album though. An incredibly intense cut with roaring, powerful, almost dominant leads after leads that doesn't leave you with one second to catch your breath.”