Code 2.0 is the eight release from the Paris based band The Black Noodle Project. The album has been entirely handed up by Sebastien Bourdeix, who called former bands members like Antony Leteve and Fabrice Berger to help him. It’s also been recorded by Lionel Forest, who did a great job a few years ago on the nice Ghosts & Memory.
The Black Noodle Project was formed in 2001 by Jérémie Grima formerly of Stereoscope with the collaboration of Sebastien Bourdeix, a real band was formed. The bands’ sound mixes dark wave, elements of psychedelic and progressive rock, art rock and extreme metal. The track Acte Final An tribute to the people who fight daily.
The Black Noodle Project was as mentioned above as a one man project with Jérémie Grima as the brainchild. He was born in the suburb of Paris and was to record personal musical wishes totally disconnected from a band inspiration. After a few months of searches some tracks came out. In the middle of 2002, The Black Noodle Project started to become a genuine band. Jérémie Grima created songs and songs until proposing a demonstration full of 11 tracks. Against all odds, some labels enjoyed the album Dark Smiles. It finally landed on the desk of a French label Musea Records which propose to manage the distribution on the French market in 2003. The track Acte IV,