French Progressive metal collective Tranzat have just shared a music video for a brand new song from their forthcoming third album Ouh La La, which is set for release on April 1st via Klonosphere Records. Watch the music video for this new track titled Lord Dranula,
Formed in 2015 in Brest, France, for reasons beyond comprehension, Tranzat self-produced their first two records, 2016’s Hellish Psychedeliaand 2018’s The Great Disaster, this one with the support of Black Desert Records.
The group—Manuel Liegard (guitar/vocals), Nicolas Galakhoff (bass), Benjamin Arbellot (guitar), and Thomas Coïc (drums) have opened for international bands such as Kadavar, Shining (NO), Mos Generator and Mass Hysteria, and have toured with Angelus Apatrida on the French Motocultor Night Fever Tour.
The band’s new album Ouh La La was recorded at The Apiary studio (Birds in Row, Plebeian Grandstand), and boldly explores genres, subgenres, and subgenres of subgenres to offer up honest, eclectic, unpredictable and playful music that will appeal to fans of Faith No More, Devin Townsend, Mastodon, and Dillinger Escape Plan.
During the last few years, the band have performed in major Breton venues like La Carène, Le Novomax, La Citrouille, La Nouvelle-Vague and Le Ferrailleur, opening for international bands such as Kadavar, Shining (NO), Mos Generator and Mass Hysteria, and have toured with Angelus Apatrida on the French Motocultor Night Fever Tour.
Now, the French quartet returns with their third album brilliantly titled Ouh La L”, a bold and exciting piece of work that will be released on April’s fool day via Klonosphere Records.
Ouh La La is the deed of four entertaining thirty-somethings with a weird taste in clothes who decided to bet big on music. Big how? Well, they recorded at The Apiary studio (Birds in Row, Plebeian Grandstand…) and this record digs through genres, subgenres, and subgenres of subgenres to offer an honest, eclectic, unpredictable and playful music, whose lyrics deal with universal themes in the most grotesque ways.
Manuel Liegard – Guitar & Vocals
Nicolas Galakhoff – Bass
Benjamin Arbellot – Guitar
Thomas Coïc – Drums
Hellish Psychedelia (2016)
The Great Disaster (2018)
Ouh La La (2022)