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    • Musical style
    • Metal
    • Rock
    • Beginnings
    • 2003
    • Nationality
    • France
    • Mobility
    • International
    • Type
    • Band


    Having marked the metal scene with a unique blend of neck-breaking metal, industrial and orchestrations while touring tirelessly in Europe, the United States, and Asia, DAGOBA is today an emblematic and well-known band on the French and international scene sharing the stage with legendary groups such as Metallica, Machine Head and In Flames.


    The band, one of the first in French metal to reach an international audience, returns in 2024 with an album produced at Eagle Black Studio and mixed in London by Chris Coulter.


    Dagoba, a band who prides themselves on each album having innovative production techniques, return today with an offering which will seduce those who have followed them since the beginning of their discography as well as newcomers. In a very dark and aggressive vein, their next album will be released by Verycords, a label who has already produced their previous albums “Post Mortem Nihil Est” and “Tales of the Black Dawn”.

    The group returns early 2024 with their ninth studio album. A new precision technical light show exhibits their bestial but controlled desire to do battle on the stage.


    Stay Tuned!





    • La Provence

      “Dagoba goes on the hunt”

      The long-awaited new title of the flagship group of the Marseille metal scene has just been unveiled via a very high-flying clip (to discover on YouTube). Entitled "The hunt", the latter mixes video shooting of the four musicians, as well as special effects worthy of the biggest summer blockbusters.

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    • Music Waves

      “What hell is about”

      Dagoba is one of those groups so extreme and imposing that it is very difficult to treat them objectively. In fact, either we adhere quickly or we put aside. The Marseilles land with this second studio album, "What Hell Is About", with once again the great Tue Madsen at the controls of the war machine.

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