Lambwool is a one man project conducted by Cyril Laurent, a young french
musician. He began in the early 90's with a metal oriented band called
Moon Revolution based in Marseille. In 1996, he released an ep
entitled "French Kissin" under the name The Soul Lives
in Berlin, a project in the vein of Ministry.
Lambwool was born in 2000, with Dead Can Dance, Tangerine
Dream, Labradford, and "Heaven Deconstruction"
by The Young Gods as main influences. His first demo, "Half
Alive" (2001) won the D-Side Magazine's tremplin. The following
year, he released a very critically acclaimed second opus.
Lambwool music is now close to some Cold Meat Industry's dark-ambient
pieces, with that strong meditative sadness you can find in the french's
DC crew (Othila, Land, Fin de Siècle).
DC releases :
- "Fading Landscapes" (DC 035/CD + Book) - 2005
- "...And The Angel is Gone" (DC 051/CD + Book) - 2008