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So named in honor of the anti-hero of a series of legendary French crime novels, Fantômas was formed by singer Mike Patton in the wake of the breakup of his previous band, Faith No More

The group's record debut was a cacophonous cover of T. Rex's "Chariot Choogle" for the compilation Great Jewish Music: Marc Bolan in 1998.

Spring 1999 saw the release of Fantômas' self-titled debut album which was followed by more touring. By tour's end, Fantômas was briefly put on hold as its members returned to their other bands, but by early 2001, the quartet had recorded a second album.

Titled The Director's Cut, the album featured reworked covers of movie themes, including The Godfather, Cape Fear, and Rosemary's Baby. The band spent the remainder of 2001 touring behind the album.,

In early 2004, Fantômas released the haunting epic Delirium Cordia. The following year, Suspended Animation, a concept album about the month of April whose sound returned to the band's metal-horror roots, came out.

No new releases appeared until 2014, when  a box set that included new vinyl pressings of the first five Fantômas releases, as well as a bonus cassette of Patton's original demo recordings for the band. 2014 also marked the band's first live appearance in six years when they performed at the RockOut Festival in Santiago, Chile.

We stock an awesome Fantomas Print.

Available in different sizes and printed on high quality 210gsm paper, you'll find no unsightly pin holes, stains or creases.

In fact, it looks like it could have come straight off the press from the original print run. Will look fantastic framed on your man cave, office, bar or living room wall.

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  1. Fantomas - 'Suspended Animation' Australian Tour 2005


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