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Paris, France (2005 – 2013)

Whourkr was an experimental band from Paris which is on the frontier of / and // music. No lyrics, a dense sound, suffocating and poetic, the music aims at deep ecology and human issues.

The whole project starts in 2005 with Igorrr and Öxxö Xööx, two musicians from the new French electronic scene. The first album, Naät, which was recorded in their home studio, was released for the first time as an auto-production in 2007 despite the complaining of the neighbors and the visit of the police due to the noise. This album was officially released some time after by the Suprachaotic Records in 2009.

In 2008, Öxxö Xööx left the band to devote himself into his eponym personal project, but so far he has stayed a regular guest on all the albums. Shortly after, Yann Coppier, aka -I Snor, became the new singer of the band. He brought a fresh, side to the project. He was working on a WHOURKR’s live show and created the WHOURKR plug-in which gave a chance to reproduce all the music effects during the live show. He also recorded the Kruma track with Igorrr which you can find on the official release of Naät.

After 2 years of hard working, the “Concrete” album occurred as a perfect mix between / / . This album was released by the label Crucial Blast in 2009 in USA and one year after by Trendkill Records in Europe.

In 2011, after the Yann’s leaving, the new Line up has been created. Mulk, who was signed on Suprachaotic Records as well, and a friend of the band for years, became the second part of the duo. Mulk brought a distorted bass, a chopped saxophone and new voice which is much more guttural, pig-squeal and .


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  • Alarus-Lar

    Прикольная поеботина.

    8 Jun 12:11pm Reply
  • Mechayoshi

    v Well Igorrr's solo work is kind of like this.

    3 Feb 9:35pm Reply
  • Mechayoshi

    v Well duh?

    11 Oct 2014 Reply
  • himeko_katagiri

    To people saying stuff like "Whourkr will never be dead I still like it!' that's not what dead means. Dead means the project is now defunct and will have no more releases.

    30 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Sanity_Theorist I can't help but link's how I feel something this batshit crazy could be done in an amusing way. Not saying this demo is good, but it's amusing as hell and you guys might like how offbeat it is.

    24 Jan 2014 Reply
  • BattleAudioRecs

    If you like GLITCH and BLACK METAL / DEATH GRIND take a look at AARON PISAREK! Beatport : Juno : Trackitdown : iTunes : Tracklist: 1. Mechanical Malware 2. Power On 3. Drain Snake 4. Illa Telum

    2 Jan 2014 Reply
  • ju4np1

    Does anyone has the bonus track from naät "Fat Angel"?

    24 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Mechayoshi

    @CyberMusicLover Sure but I haven't really found anything like this. There are a few cybergrind like bands that are similar, but I've yet to find a clone.

    18 Dec 2013 Reply
  • AlphaRage

    "WHOURKR is now dead. For all people who supported us: Sorry for that. A huge thanks to Öxxö Xööx, -i snor and Mulk, these 3 persons made with me this project possible and brought a lot of fun in it. Thanks also to Ad Noiseam and Blood Music who found the braveness to release our music on their label. All the support we got all these years by you, I mean listeners, made this project alive and we are REALLY grateful of it. But after 8 years and 3 albums, a lot of experimentations and fun, Whourkr is now totally dead. We all are still active with our solo project though..." -Whourkr on Facebook, 4.4.13

    5 Dec 2013 Reply
  • CyberMusicLover

    As long as people still listen to this type of music then the projects are not dead because there is an interest still around for this type of music. I know that I am enjoying it a lot!!!

    2 Dec 2013 Reply
  • CyberMusicLover

    Awesome! I just discovered this Band as well as Igorrr and other former members of this Band and I love them. Great music, original, that is an understatement! I just love it!

    27 Nov 2013 Reply
  • AlphaRage

    This is some of the most complex and still badass sound. It's a shame that this project is dead.

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Mechayoshi

    v Haha wow. Yeah, this isn't for everyone you know.

    4 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Good god, this is worse than Metal Machine Music and Lulu put together...

    19 Oct 2013 Reply
  • GriendClub

    Впизду, не няшные они

    27 Sep 2013 Reply
  • SLFV

    Better than Igorrr solo*

    23 Aug 2013 Reply
  • ndval

    I expected more from Igorrr. This is terrible!

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Registeel

    V Exactly, unbeatable shit

    9 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Lord_Doom_1184

    They aren't dead, their thousands of snare drums will keep shattering our ears and brains for decades to come :')

    26 May 2013 Reply
  • Evisceratorium

    They wanted to make your day extra-special so you'd never forget.

    13 Apr 2013 Reply
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