Iszoloscope

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Iszoloscope
Iszoloscope-Live.jpg
Yann Faussurier
Background information
Origin Canada
Genres Power noise
Dark ambient
Breakcore
Years active 1999–present
Labels Ant-Zen
Ad Noiseam
Spectre Records
Members Yann Faussurier

Iszoloscope is an industrial band from Aylmer, Quebec, currently based in Montreal. Iszoloscope's music ranges from harsh, rhythmic noise to ambient soundscapes. The band has performed at Germany's Maschinenfest festival and released several albums and EPs on the Ant-Zen record label.

Members / History[edit]

Iszoloscope was created in 1999, when Yann Faussurier and François Bénard met while working at a radio station as DJs. Bénard left the radio field just before the release of their first record, Coagulating Wreckage, and Faussurier has continued the project. In 2007 Faussurier was joined by Guillaume Nadon for live performances as well as the anticipated new Iszoloscope album. They have been working together ever since.

Discography[edit]

  • Coagulating Wreckage - CD (2001)
  • Solistice - 7” (2001)
  • Aquifère - CD (2002)
  • The Blood Dimmed Tide (with Antigen Shift) - CD3” (2002)
  • Tarmvred and Iszoloscope Do America (with Tarmvred) - CDEP (2003)
  • This Monstrosity is Part of My Fibric - 12” (2003)
  • Au Seuil du Néant - 2CD (2003)
  • Camanecroszcope (with Ah Cama-Sotz) - CD (2003)
  • Iszoloscope and Ebola (with Ebola) - CDEP (2004)
  • Les Gorges des Limbes - CD (2004)
  • The Audient Void - CD (2005)
  • Beyond Within - CD (2010)
  • The Edge of Certainty - CD (2010)

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