6:33 sign with Wormholedeath and announce new album “Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies: The Dome”

6:33 band pic
Wormholedeath Records is glad to announce that French Metallers 6:33 have signed a deal for the release of their new album “Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies: The Dome”.

More info coming soon!

Band statement:
“Ladies, gentlemen and everyone else! 6:33 are very happy to announce you the release of their new album "Feary tales for strange lullabies: the Dome", on October 1st! We’re also very proud to release this album with 33 Degrees/Universal for France and with Wormholedeath for the rest of the world! It’s on fellaz!!!”...

6:33 was born in 2010 in Paris. A first album, “Orphan of Good Manners” (2011, M&O Music) comes out quickly, gaining them an immediate acclaim by the press and the public.

6:33’s music is described as a real UFO, without stylistic boundaries. Arno Strobl (We All Die (laughing), Cinc / Carnival In Coal...) was featured as a guest singer on some track of the album and their collaboration had become an obvious osmosis. When the band parts away with its former singer, Arno and 6:33 decide to record some songs together while waiting for the band to find its new vocalist. This collaboration gives birth to the 2012 digital EP, “Giggles, Garlands and Gallows”. Available for only a month, the EP got downloaded nearly 2500 times to a unanimous success.

Both 6:33 and Arno Strobl decide the adventure can’t end that way and the album “The Stench from the Swelling (a true story)” is released in 2013. Featuring both Arno Strobl and the band's new singer, Rorschach, it storms both the press and fans, eventually making it as Season Of Mist’s (their French retail distributor) best-sellers lists upon release. The mind-blowing scenic performances of the band and the increasing interest about its music leads 6:33 to secure notable opening slots for artists such as Shaka Ponk or Devin Townsend.

The third album “Deadly Scenes” (2015, Kaotoxin Records) shows a real turning point for the band. Its popularity increases while its musical and visual personality is getting more and more strong and theatrical, such as in its cinematic music videos. This will to give its audience something unique and complete leads 6:33 to push their show to the upper level, mixing music live show with videos and lights in order to create a spectacle that Tim Burton would envy!

“The Asylum Picture Show 2.0” is born in 2017 and showed for the first time at the Divan du Monde in Paris. The performance is unanimously applaused by the press and the fans, described as a new musico-visual experience, a crazy trip to the loony world of 6:33. After some successful concerts around France, they needed to come back to creation... It took them almost 4 years since then to finish what they’re gonna give you now...