In 2001, they welcomed Yacine Mdarhri-Alaoui (bass) and Francis Passini (vocals), with whom they recorded their first two tracks for a split CD. Acclaimed by the press and public, the two tracks were described as "extremely original and innovative".
In 2002, FOUR QUESTION MARKS ; played many shows and began to work on new material for a full length.
After a few line-up changes, Francis became the band's bass player, and in February 2004, FOUR QUESTION MARKS entered the studios to record instrumental tracks while looking for a vocalist, that is when Sebastien L'Aiguille joined the band.
FOUR QUESTION MARKS signed with Several Bleeds Records for his first album "
While working on the next album, FOUR QUESTION MARKS had to face another line-up change: Sébastien left the band in September 2005, and after many unsuccessful vocalist auditions, FOUR QUESTION MARKS decided to continue as a power trio, Francis became the main vocalist and Remy took on backing vocals.
In August 2006, the band entered the studio with Yacine Mdarhri-Alaoui (bass player on the 2001 split) to record the instrumental tracks of the new album, "
By January 2007, the vocals were recorded and the mixing process began.
The mastering was left to Scott Hull (
Guitars create dark harmonies and atmospheres. Vocals are more intense. Drums overcome the level reached on "
In March 2008 FOUR QUESTION MARKS signs to TRENDKILL RECORDINGS. The trio wants to follow the path it has drawn and spread its uncommon music all over the world.
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