|Genres||Technical death metal|
|Years active||2001 - present|
|Members||Luis Roux - Vocals
Benoist Danneville - Bass
Florent Marcadet - Drums
Adrien Grousset - Guitar
|Past members||Samuel Bourreau - Vocals
Olivier Laffond - Drums
Mike Roponus - Drums
Hacride is a French progressive metal band. Formed in 2001 with musicians coming from an array of different bands, musical backgrounds and styles their sound has evolved from the raw extremities and odd time signatures of technical death metal to one that is more progressive and avant-garde.
Hacride was formed in 2001 in the French city of Poitiers by Benoist Danneville (bass), Adrien Grousset (guitar), Samuel Bourreau (vocals) and Olivier Laffond (drums). In 2003 they released their first promo CD entitled Cyanide Echoes, then produced with Matthieu Metzger.
In 2005, the band appeared on the compilation Revolution Calling with the song "The Daily Round" through record label Listenable Records. In the same year they recorded their first full length album called Deviant Current Signal and released it with the same record label. The band promoted this album in France and Switzerland through Deviant Tours I and II. They also took part in the VS Fest II at Loco in Paris on the 28th of May, 2006.
In 2007, their second album Amoeba was recorded, again co-produced by the band members themselves, along with Frank Hueso, and released through Listenable Records.
Hacride released their third album Lazarus on the 20th of April, 2009.
On April 19, 2013 Hacride released their fourth album, Back to Where You've Never Been.
In October 2013, the band will embark on an UK tour with support from Ten Cent Toy.
- Luis Roux − vocals (2012–present)
- Florent Marcadet − drums (2012–present)
- Adrien Grousset − guitar (2001–present)
- Benoist Danneville − bass (2001–present)
- Past members
- Mike Roponus − drums (2010–2012)
- Samuel Bourreau − vocals (2001-2012)
- Olivier Laffond − drums (2001–2010)
- 2003: Cyanide Echoes (EP)
- 2005: Deviant Current Signal
- 2007: Amoeba
- 2009: Lazarus
- 2013: Back to Where You've Never Been