Biography : Four Question Marks
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 "Aleph" .Many shows followed the album release, including a European Tour with "Misery Index".
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, "Titan".
By January 2007, the vocals were recorded and the mixing process began.
The mastering was left to Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer-Relapse) resulting in an overwhelming brick wall.
Guitars create dark harmonies and atmospheres. Vocals are more intense. Drums overcome the level reached on "Aleph"; to support a whole federative groove.
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. Titan is ready to be unleashed...
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