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FLAMEN DIALIS

FLAMEN DIALIS

Experimental Nantes, FR  FR

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Sounds Like: Robert Fripp, Moondog, faust

Bio: Flamen Dialis is a group of Celto-Breton experimental prog music. Their first LP Symptom Dei has become a cult album. Transformation is the title of the latest album 2013.
Mix of traditional instruments and synthetic a dreamlike atmosphere. The next album is planned for late 2014.

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“Attention, Mellotron a gogo and chef d'oeuvre. Most progheads make a sort of fixation on THE definitive prog instrument (outside the flute that is) and even if some of us won't admit it, we all drool and melt at the sound of it, a bit like Quasimodo did for Esmeralda, the Big Bertha did for ten Big Macs or Sylvester did for Tweety. And generally most progheads to cherish the lone albums of Spring and Morte Macabre. But I got for you another baby that puts to shame the one I just mentioned and it is more prog than those two combined (yessir!!! ;- puts them to shame in the mellotronic dept. And not only is this album rather unique and awesome, obviously the guys from Landberk and Anekdoten (this is what Morte Macabre was really) obviously heard this album and inspired themselves rather heavily on it. Flamen Dialis: a Breton prog group that started as the trio Yecta Plus Band in 71, but acquired a more standard line-up with the arrival Didier Le Gallic in 76 and released a single in 7”

— Sean Trane, Prog Folk

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FLAMEN DIALIS
Apr 14, 2013

LP transformation 2012 LP Symptôme Deï 1979

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