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Sebkha-Chott

Sebkha-Chott
Country
France
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Sebkah-Chott produces French avant-garde craziness from France, complete with costumes, body paint, and Frenchness. The group was founded in Le Mans in 1999 by Yüla Slipobitch and Wladimir Ohrelianov II to present the fictional mythological story of the country of Ohreland, similar to Magma's planet of Kobaïa, only much more absurd and brutal. The duo has been joined over the years by a large number of other musicians, all utilizing false names.
Website
http://sebkhachott.bandcamp.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (7)
Sebkha-Chott — CRPTS ND TPSTRZ Sebkha-Chott — CRPTS ND TPSTRZ
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, DL)
Sebkha-Chott — The Ne[XXX]t Epilog v1.0 Sebkha-Chott — The Ne[XXX]t Epilog v1.0
(Musea FGBG 4900, 2012, CD)
Sebkha-Chott — Ne​[​XXX​]​t Epilog v1​.​1 - The Digital Liberation Sebkha-Chott — Ne​[​XXX​]​t Epilog v1​.​1 - The Digital Liberation
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, DL)
Sebkha-Chott —  The Ne​[​XXX​]​t Epilog V​-​0​.​9 Sebkha-Chott — The Ne​[​XXX​]​t Epilog V​-​0​.​9
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, DL)
Sebkha-Chott — Nigla[h] - Tapisseries Fines en XXX Scripts et LXX/X Trompettes Sebkha-Chott — Nigla[h] - Tapisseries Fines en XXX Scripts et LXX/X Trompettes
(Musea FGBG-4811, 2008, CD)
Sebkha Chott — Nagah Mahdi - Opuscrits en 48 Rouleaux Sebkha Chott — Nagah Mahdi - Opuscrits en 48 Rouleaux
(Musea SC0020905/1/1-MP3049AR, 2006, CD)
Sebkha-Chott — De la Persistance de la Mythologie Chottienne en ??? Vélos Sebkha-Chott — De la Persistance de la Mythologie Chottienne en ??? Vélos
(Musea FGBG-4812, 2003/2009, CD)

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