Villa Vortex - Villa Vortex
Gothrock Villa Vortex is the final product of the old band Silence Hôpital that has been support band to bands like And Also The Trees, Ange and Apoptygma Berzerk. In the end of 2002 the singer and the bass player from Silence Hôpital two other musicians that gave the band a new atmosphere and also brought some new influences and in the end it resulted in Villa Vortex.

In the spring 2003 Villa Vortex enters a studio in Paris to record a single. During the summer a fire destroys the bands rehearsal studio and instruments. But the band doesn't take the setback as defeat. Instead, like the Phoenix bird that rise again from their ashes and the result of the fire we can hear today..

It's some kind of Goth rock, in French. And that was most unexpected but still I find it interesting. Goth rock isn't really my cup of tea, but I must say that I found the music to be well done and I sense a certain flow in the music that makes it stronger. Personally I don't like this kind of music but I think these guys deserve a high score because they are really in to this and they got skill. I hope they will get far, I think they can.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Villa Vortex - Villa Vortex

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Villa Vortex is the final product of the old band Silence Hôpital that has been support band to bands like And Also The Trees, Ange and Apoptygma Berzerk. In the end of 2002 the singer and the bass player from Silence Hôpital two other musicians that gave the band a new atmosphere and also brought some new influences and in the end it resulted in Villa Vortex.

In the spring 2003 Villa Vortex enters a studio in Paris to record a single. During the summer a fire destroys the bands rehearsal studio and instruments. But the band doesn't take the setback as defeat. Instead, like the Phoenix bird that rise again from their ashes and the result of the fire we can hear today..

It's some kind of Goth rock, in French. And that was most unexpected but still I find it interesting. Goth rock isn't really my cup of tea, but I must say that I found the music to be well done and I sense a certain flow in the music that makes it stronger. Personally I don't like this kind of music but I think these guys deserve a high score because they are really in to this and they got skill. I hope they will get far, I think they can.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Off label

Official relesae released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

John Wikström

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