Wednesday, 4 April 2018


GenresPunk / Post-Rock / Screamo 
Related artistsSeila Chiara.
CountryLyon, France
Years Active2008-2011
Song: "Ana N'Trol Feh Dal"
Album: "Gholé kifach han dhél"
Year: 2008
For fans ofDaitro, Brume Retina, Gantz, Viva Belgrado, Sed Non Satiata, Come Across Trachimbrod aka PROPER SCREAMO.
Label(s): Tokyo Jupiter Records
This post's artist is from the July 2017 Mix. This is track #9.

Review by Jesse Mowery:

ORFẼVRE were a band from Lyon, France that played a mixture of screamo and post-rock similar to other bands from the same scene/country like Daitro or Gantz. Their whole discography consists of only 8 songs, 2 of which are instrumental, but I jam some of these songs consistently. I discovered them a while ago while checking out the psychoviolence blogspot, which is a great resource for French screamo/hardcore, but unfortunately hasn't had any new posts in years. ORFẼVRE's first release was a 4 song demo called "Gholé kifach han dhél", and has my favorite material of theirs. It's a pretty straight forward French screamo release, but if you're familiar with that stuff then you know it's filled with great tense and depressing melodies. In 2010 they put out a split with Seila Chiara, which had 3 songs with more post-rock influence, even going into some post-metal territory on "S'enfuir n'a pas de logique". They had one last song called "Disparaître ici " featured on the Tokyo Jupiter Compilation II, which is all instrumental, but sounds like they were finally settling into their own groove, as it's possibly their best song, but unfortunately there's been nothing from them since.


2008 - Gholé kifach han dhél (download here)

2010 - Split w/ Seila Chiara (stream/donate/download here)

2011 - Tokyo Jupiter Compilation II (stream/donate/download here)


(2008) ORFÈVRE - "Ana n’trol feh dal" (from 'Gholé kifach han dhél')

(2008) ORFÈVRE - "Rah Roya" (from 'Gholé kifach han dhél')

(2010) ORFÈVRE - "S'enfuir n'a pas de logique " (from 'Seila Chiara' split)

(2011) ORFÈVRE - "Disparaître ici e" (from 'Tokyo Jupiter Compilation II')


ORFÈVRE  additional links

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