Collapse

Collapse
Pays d’origine Drapeau de France France
Genre musical Metal industriel
Années d'activité 1994 – Aujourd'hui
Labels Low Light
Site officiel www.collapse-music.com

Membres Amadou Sall
Pierre Gutleben

Collapse un groupe français de metal industriel fondé en 1994 par Amadou Sall (ex-membre de Treponem Pal) et Pierre Gutleben.

Discographie

  • 1997 : One Back and no return
  • 1999 : Inbreeding
  • 2000 : Link
  • 2004 : Humans
  • 2006 : Embryo
  • 2010 : In Despair

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