Trom birth is still unknown, but we can say that they comes from the firsts '90 years. There are no more infos in the web (as you can see on their website), if not that they come from Switzerland (in the french side) and that they probably splitted-up in 1996/1997, after their last demo called 31 and after something like 300 shows all over the Europe.
"Balmor" is the second release of the swiss band, five tracks of experimentalism and dark atmospheres.
Balmor is a little masterpiece, in many ways: their incredible personality mixes the mystic sound of Gothic Rock with a Post-Punk-oriented canvas, with dark, hypnotic, vibrant and occult vocals. There are so many shades in Trom music, from the most obscure Industrial Rock to the horrific Death Rock, from the Black Metal feeling to the Funky riffing. This is far from the extreme-Metal stuff, but it's indeed an extreme album in his genre. A must-have. Cult.
For fans of: Gothic Rock, Post-Punk, Black Metal, Dark Metal, Industrial Rock, Fields Of The Nephilim, Bauhaus, Virgin Prunes, Young Gods, Treponem Pal.
released May 16, 2016
Originally released in 1993, autoproduced by the band.
Now repressed under license by Masked Dead Records with different artwork in limited edition (mini cd w/ mini dvd case), 25 copies.
Recorded and mixed at Studios Des Forces Motrices by David Weber.
Lyrics of "Praha" by Michel Nesveda. Artwork by Amin.
Voice - Fabrice