Bio

ZEBECK

 

 

(EN) Zebeck is an instrumental Metal/Fusion project led by guitarist Thomas Frisk.

The first band was formed in Malmö, Sweden in May 2007 with Jens Wall on bass and his brother Hannes Wall on drums.

In late 2009, the band recorded a 10-track debut-album entitled "Emancipation".

However, Jens and Hannes were asked to leave the band shortly thereafter when we realized we were drifting apart musically.

In the fall of 2010, drummer Rickard Langnesund joined Zebeck, followed by bass-player Anders Lindskog in early 2011.

The first album was released in May 2011 when Zebeck's second line-up made its live debut.

In december 2011, Anders was replaced on bass by Yeison Leidhammar.

Since 2013, Zebeck has been docked in Stockholm undergoing several more member changes, including Demian Andersen on Bass. During this time material for a second album has been taking shape and Zebeck is now ready to set sails to reclaim its mediterranean origins in Nice, France.

Stay tuned for the coming album with Pierre Dor on drums and Alexandre Bedetti on Bass!

 

 

(FR) Zebeck est un projet Métal / Fusion instrumental dirigé par le guitariste franco-suédois Thomas Frisk.

Le groupe a été formé à Malmö, Suède, en mai 2007 avec Jens Wall à la basse et son frère Hannes Wall à la batterie.

À la fin de 2009, le groupe enregistre son premier album intitulé "Emancipation".

À l'automne 2010, le batteur Rickard Langnesund rejoint Zebeck, suivi par le bassiste Anders Lindskog au début de 2011, puis Yeison Leidhammar en 2012.

Après deux ans d'amarrage à Stockholm, Zebeck met les voiles vers Nice afin de renouer avec ses origines méditerranéennes.

De retour sur la Côte d'Azur, le trio se reforme avec Pierre Dor à la batterie et Alexandre Bedetti à la basse et prépare actuellement son second album.

À découvrir en concert !

The Crew

 

Thomas Frisk - Guitars

Pierre Dor - Drums

Alexandre Bedetti - Bass

 

Former members:

Jens Wall - Bass

Hannes Wall - Drums

 

 

Definition of Zebeck:

Noun (zebeck, zebec or xebec)

"A small three-masted Mediterranean vessel with both square and lateen sails, formerly used by Algerian pirates and later used for commerce."

Earlier chebec from French, ultimately from Arabic shabbāk; present spelling influenced by Catalan xabec, Spanish xabeque (now jabeque).

Collins English Dictionary.