Lat. FRAGOR (etymol. frango, "break") m, 3rd declension [/'fra.gor/] • a breaking, a shattering | a crash
Born in fall 2010, Corsican neoclassical solo-project Fragor suggests an incursion into disquietude, a walk amongst the shadows. Its crepuscular expression, as a mournful chant, draws soundscapes dominated by loneliness and grief.