Belgian duo formed in 1991, juggling between different genres such as industrial, breakcore and electronic music.


Axiome Discography Tracks


SK001 Axiome / Crno Klank* Axiome / Crno Klank* - Théorie Et Progression / Katakombes(Cass, C60) Sépulkrales Katakombes SK001 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
Axiome Rictus (Album) Ant-Zen Germany 1999 Sell This Version
act116 Axiome Ça Ne Nous Rendra Pas Le Congo(CD, Album) Ant-Zen act116 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
act279 Axiome Ten Hymns For Sorbetière Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Freezer(CD, Album) Ant-Zen act279 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
ACT289 Axiome The Smell Of Lava In The Morning(CD, Album) Ant-Zen ACT289 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
ACT357 Axiome L'Avenir Est Un Cerf Teint(CD, Album) Ant-Zen ACT357 Germany 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Axiome Va-t-il Faire Beau? Ant-Zen Germany 2002 Sell This Version
Axiome Il Pleut Des Cordes Ant-Zen Germany 2005 Sell This Version


Axiome Archive.One (Comp) Ant-Zen Germany 2008

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November 4, 2003
Talking of the same concert (at the Maschinenfest 2003) I saw no funny thing but some quite strangely structured track sequences that got me bound more and more. Nice pic nonetheless...

None of their albums ever catches the intense punch of what they perform on stage. Oscillating between the devastated flatlands of noise and thunderstorm parts of drum & bass Moreau (Imminent) shows he is nothing but a genius on the control units and the other guy just rocks away the crowd. Flash! Don't miss on stage!


October 15, 2003
Olivier and Cédric's let-loose project. It sounds like a day at Disneyland with (way!) too much caffeine. Totally weird and chaotic broken beats topped with various sampled nonsense. The common factor? Humour. From the odd notes of a brass band to voices ordering chips with mayonnaise, it is impossible to reckon Axiome take themselves seriously. Even the titles are hilarious jokes and references - though (un)fortunately, I doubt anyone outside Belgium gets what is funny about that part, hein m'fi!
And live? The same thing! If you talk to him after their concert, Olivier will likely answer: "It was funny, wasn't it?"
As for Cédric, if he does not look amused and stays quiet for more than two minutes in a row while playing, you are probably watching the wrong guy. :-)

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