The Italian “just another Afro-Grind band” Mombu feat. Dario Fo in Paradiribiriparadiribombidamdambum

Dario Fo (born 1926) is an Italian actor-playwright, comedian, singer, theatre director, stage designer, songwriter and recipient of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Literature.

The latest Mombu album is the Niger. „Niger’ has many meanings, first black in Latin, our mother tongue. It’s not only the color but also the moods and all that is associated with the black. Then it’s the name of a river and an African country. We like all. Mombu ties together all of these similarities. Africa represents for us what we have lost some time, a connection with the land and nature.” There is a Senegalese musician, poet and griot, Mbar Ndiaye, who sings and plays on percussion on the album. In West-Africa the grins are “repository” of the oral tradition.

“The idea was clear, mix afro, jazz, hardcore , metal and noise.”

Tomorrow Mombu plays in Budapest at RNR666 Party at Müszi
with OvO (I – minimal extreme metal) & Paranoiz (H – noise)


In Vodou, Mombu is a loa who stutters and causes heavy rains.


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