Body Fluids


Body Fluids

Body Fluids est un groupe de musique (néo metal français métissé d'influences variées) formé en 1999-2000 autour de Côme au chant. De nombreux changements eurent lieu jusqu'à la formation actuelle : Côme au chant et Dang derrière les fûts, Joul & Sk-to aux guitares et Arno a la basse.

Très vite, le groupe originaire de Chantilly enchaîne de très nombreuses dates en France et en Europe (Espagne, Pays-bas, Belgique) aux côtés des groupes Watcha, Lofofora, Eths, Aqme, Marcel et son orchestre, Tripod, Finch, Helmet, Life of Agony

Ils signent chez le label parisien Sriracha Sauce en 2004 et tournent partout en France.

Membres du groupe

  • Chant : Côme
  • Batterie : Dang
  • Guitare : Joul
  • Guitare : Sk-to
  • Basse : Arno

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