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New drum video !

Hi everybody !

Some time ago on Facebook, we asked you what song you would like to see in a « playthrough » video … And as promised, here it is!
We chose « Impenitent », one of the most aggressive tracks of the album, containing groove as weel as tricky parts.

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What the Fest 2018 with The Young Gods !

We’re excited to announce that we’ll play with one of our all time favorite bands : THE YOUNG GODS ! It’ll be in the context of the What The Fest 2018 in Vendargues (near Montpellier, France), June 8th… And we’ll also share the stage with our friends from THOT and the excellent band HORSHK.

Can’t wait !!

« The Atrocity Reports » is WHEELFALL‘s new album, a follow-up and violent reaction to 2015 double album and novel « Glasrew Point ».

Provoking a reaction, discomfort, even disgust, denouncing mass control, to ultimately disturb the Establishment and awaken consciences, this is the basic premise of the industrial music activists in the late 70s. A implicitly political counterculture, structured and thoughtful. Without worrying about the music aesthetics and constructions marked-out by a Rock that became anything but subversive, the Industrial movement wished to think the present while Punk did not envisage the future. Fabien W. Furter (FWF) claims this inheritance and questions the instincts of Man through WHEELFALL, an ambitious project which led the band to the status of one of the best Industrial Metal band today.
WHEELFALL’s latest album, « The Atrocity Reports », reflects the violence of our time, this fascinating violence clumsily staged by the media and which the band analyzes the mechanisms. As instinctual as it is intellectualized, the band’s music is rich in nuances, experiments and interrogations.

For fans of Ministry, Tryptikon, Neurosis, Voivod

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« The Atrocity Reports » is WHEELFALL‘s new album, a follow-up and violent reaction to 2015 double album and novel « Glasrew Point ». Provoking a reaction, discomfort, even disgust, denouncing mass control, to ultimately disturb the Establishment and awaken consciences, this is the basic premise of the industrial music activists in the late 70s. Read More

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