”All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend” by AURORA
– The band Aurora is my discovery of 2016. Since its release, there hasn’t been a single day without me listening to a couple of tracks off of it to relax.

”Blackstar” by David Bowie
– For reasons that we know, I’ve only listened to this album 3 times. I haven’t been able to listen to it ever since. This album was already getting to me. Some day, I’ll be able to listen to it again. This record deserves a place in my top 2016 but also in my heart.

”La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God” by King 810
– I don’t remember exactly when William showed me this very raw band but it became an instant favorite. They offered this raw and profound follow-up to their first piece of work. What else could you ask for?


”10 Cloverfield Lane”


-The production/mix and release of ”The Butterfly Effect’’.
-The release of the soundtrack ”Fall Of Gods: She Is Gone” by François Jolin. An excellent album that I had the chance to mix.

A lot of people could say that 2016 was a particularly rough year and I couldn’t agree more. However, I would like to look at things with a positive perspective. It has been a huge and wonderful year for Projekt F. We are so grateful for all the support and love that you give us. It feels unreal every time I think about it. I would like to thank you for it! I would also like to thank my brothers William, Fred and Simon. Living all these life adventures with you is a unique experience. A special mention and a huge thank you to our manager Helene who joined the Projekt F family last year. You opened my mind and have always been there for us.

Projekt F will come back in 2017 for another year that we’ll share with you all!



Official press release sent to media

Montreal’s rock industrial band Projekt F will soon start the recording of their long awaited first LP. No release date has been announced yet however they are anticipating an official release by the end of spring 2012.

This full-length album will be the first record to be release by the band after their EP named “0000”, in 2009, which received a very favorable welcome.

When Projekt F was asked about the musical direction they took for the new record, Jonh M. Miller (Vocal) answered: “We took almost 2 years to compose our new record because we wanted a very specific sound. We now have a very rock industrial style, contrary to our EP, which had more metal influences.” As for the lyrical style, Miller says: “We have decided to make a concept album. The lyrics are more dark and oppressive than what we did before.” Regarding the visual style, the band didn’t want to reveal anything.

The band will be playing at the Kinetik Festival in Montreal on May 17th. Kinetik is one of the biggest industrial music festivals in North America. It lasts over 5 days and bands from all over the world such as Combichrist, Panzer AG, Blutengel, Hocico and Grendel will also perform.


You can actually see our new photoshoot, on facebook, with the excellent One phototgraphy crew.