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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Caravan (10:33)
2. Circles (7:06)
3. Ecoute Petit Serbe (4:37)
4. Hun's Parade (4:50)
5. Flam (7:00)

Total time 34:06


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Line-up / Musicians

- Jean-Marc Gobat / keyboards, guitars
- Emmanuel Blattes / drums
- Christian Bocande / bass
- Yves Corvez / guitars
- Claire Lafage / vocals

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4 stars French band TRANSBOHEM was formed in 2007, and as a band they seek to draw inspiration from fusion, world music and metal to craft their particular kind of music. They made their debut with "Deserts", which was self-released in the spring of 2012.

For just over half an hour this French band does a good job of transporting its listeners into a realm and a world where it is easy to envision the use of magic amidst mysterious and alluring locations, ranging from mellow ambient to harder edged metal in style, and with an obvious world music influence as the main theme throughout. The end result might be described as atmospheric progressive metal, and if that alongside a distinct mystical mood sounds alluring then this is a disc that probably will appeal.

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