Corpus Delicti were a gothic rock band active in the early-mid 1990s. In the late 1990s, they formed as an industrial rock band called Corpus.
Two ex-Corpus Delicti (Frank & Chrys) formed "Press Gang Metropol", a rock band in the tradition of Joy Division, The Cure, Interpol, Editors, Depeche Mode, and then joined by Eric Chabaud on drums and Sébastien Pietrapiana 3rd ex Corpus Delicti on vocals. An album released in early 2012 in preparation for the D Monic Records label D Monic.net.
Contents 1 Members 2 Discography 2.1 Corpus Delicti 2.1.1 Albums 2.1.2 Maxis 2.1.3 Compilations 2.2 Corpus 3 Official web link Members Sébastien Pietrapiana alias "Sebastian" - Vocals and synths Laurence Romanini alias "Roma" - Drums and percussion Jérôme Schmitt alias "Jerome" - Guitars, synths and programming Christophe Baudrion alias "Chrys" - Bass Laetitia - Violins Franck Amendola alias "Franck" - Guitars (on Twilight) "David" - keyboards, sampling and programming (on Syn:Drom) Discography Corpus Delicti Albums Twilight – (1993, Hit Import and Glasnost Records) Sylphes – (1994, Hit Import and Glasnost Records) Obsessions – (1995, Cemetery Records. Remastered and rereleased in 1997 with extra tracks, Nightbreed recordings) Maxis Noxious (The Demon's Game) – (1994, Hit Import and Glasnost Records) Compilations Sarabands – (1996, Cleopatra Records) The Best of Corpus Delicti – (1998, Cleopatra Records) The History of Corpus Delicti – (1998, Radio Luxor) From Dawn to Twilight – (2006, D-monic) A New Saraband Of Sylphes - (2007, D-monic) Highlights 2010 ( D Monic ) Last Obsessions 2011 ( D-Monic ) Corpus Syn:Drom – (1998, Season of Mist) Official web link Press Gang Metropol Official site D Monic.net Jerome's mastering studio Authority control WorldCat Identities BNF: cb13983974j (data) ISNI: 0000 0001 0680 5713 MusicBrainz: 6a2f3db8-c92a-417c-91db-8cfa0dc74871 VIAF: 123337341