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    Tracklist:
    1. Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone
    2. Mørklagt
    3. Abeyance
    4. Worlds Collide
    5. Severance
    6. L’appel du vide

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    Can’t suppose the age has completely fall….. Words are not enough to describe how happy and haughty I am to lastly release my third album “Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone” now. The formation of this album has been a long journey for me, full with standing and downs, a whole destiny

    The French bond Alcest are largely responsible for the post-support and shoegaze-inhaled take on ebon metal that so many companions have come to delight. The style is certainly a softer entry point into what is otherwise a forbidding type, and this gray-haired incarnation is full of mean doleful guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his technique all over the sound, and has sport with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two hint practitioners that show heavier and scout takes, respectively, on what some refer to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in chief, particularization the maneuver of blackgaze from its lineage with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the rise of its most popular practitioner, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven capitate into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.) The Norwegian artiste Sylvaine falls squarely within the blackgaze touch. She self-liberate her last album, which landed her on a tour with Alcest in South America. Now she’s obstruct to release her soph LP on the heavy-hitting Season Of Mist. The renovated album is fittingly titled Wistful, and — surprise — Neige bring drums to one of the vestige. Today we’re premiering a footprint from Wistful designate “Earthbound.” It’s a finely balanced canzonet that trap the elements that constrain the blackgaze formula so immense. The upbeat precede-in set Sylvaine’s grating scream with her light and delicate “ahhhs,” backed by lively drumming and gloomy guitars. It’s lush and immersive and aims squarely at the ability of the brain and reins anxious with melancholy. It’s a winner. Listen. Wistful is out 5/13 via Season Of Mist and is available to for–usage now.

    The French bond Alcest are largely responsible for the post-support and shoegaze-inhaled take on ebon metal that so many companions have come to delight. The style is certainly a softer entry point into what is otherwise a forbidding type, and this gray-haired incarnation is full of mean doleful guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his technique all over the sound, and has sport with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two hint practitioners that show heavier and scout takes, respectively, on what some refer to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in chief, particularization the maneuver of blackgaze from its lineage with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the rise of its most popular practitioner, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven capitate into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.) The Norwegian artiste Sylvaine falls squarely within the blackgaze touch. She self-liberate her last album, which landed her on a tour with Alcest in South America. Now she’s obstruct to release her soph LP on the heavy-hitting Season Of Mist. The renovated album is fittingly titled Wistful, and — surprise — Neige bring drums to one of the vestige. Today we’re premiering a footprint from Wistful designate “Earthbound.” It’s a finely balanced canzonet that trap the elements that constrain the blackgaze formula so immense. The upbeat precede-in set Sylvaine’s grating scream with her light and delicate “ahhhs,” backed by lively drumming and gloomy guitars. It’s lush and immersive and aims squarely at the ability of the brain and reins anxious with melancholy. It’s a winner. Listen. Wistful is out 5/13 via Season Of Mist and is available to for–usage now.

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    Maybe I'm just obsessed with station-metal that uses a lot of socket vocals… I wis got super into that Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas enroll that came out earlier this year. I guess there's something more to that though, particularly in Sylvaine's accident. For her to be coming out as vigorously as she does, delivering on the level that she does at this point in her course is absolutely fine. I get the impression that she still isn't pushing herself to her limits and that leaves me lost more. Her music is a lot less engaged than that of Alcest and is not quite as develop, and yet it insinuate at remote more possibility. Sylvaine is an incredibly perfected and ridiculously gifted new artiste who has the room to take this scene by clamor. Her chime is absolutely beautiful, playing on old paradigms but use them in ways that will carry you off to a disembark that you once conception make-trust.

    Surprise! Decibel Magazine are doing an exclusive full album tide now, as we enter the latest days before the free of

    The French bond Alcest are largely responsible for the post-support and shoegaze-inhaled take on ebon metal that so many companions have come to delight. The style is certainly a softer entry point into what is otherwise a forbidding type, and this gray-haired incarnation is full of mean doleful guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his technique all over the sound, and has sport with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two hint practitioners that show heavier and scout takes, respectively, on what some refer to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in chief, particularization the maneuver of blackgaze from its lineage with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the rise of its most popular practitioner, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven capitate into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.) The Norwegian artiste Sylvaine falls squarely within the blackgaze touch. She self-liberate her last album, which landed her on a tour with Alcest in South America. Now she’s obstruct to release her soph LP on the heavy-hitting Season Of Mist. The renovated album is fittingly titled Wistful, and — surprise — Neige bring drums to one of the vestige. Today we’re premiering a footprint from Wistful designate “Earthbound.” It’s a finely balanced canzonet that trap the elements that constrain the blackgaze formula so immense. The upbeat precede-in set Sylvaine’s grating scream with her light and delicate “ahhhs,” backed by lively drumming and gloomy guitars. It’s lush and immersive and aims squarely at the ability of the brain and reins anxious with melancholy. It’s a winner. Listen. Wistful is out 5/13 via Season Of Mist and is available to for–usage now.

    The French tie Alcest are largely accountable for the postman-rock and shoegaze-inspired take on black metal that so many companions have come to love. The style is beyond doubt a softer entry stage into what is otherwise a forbidding kind, and this gray carnation is full of contemptible grievous guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his fingers all over the sound, and has played with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two directing practitioners that show heavier and gondola takes, particularly, on what some suggest to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in sagamore, detailing the maneuver of blackgaze from its birth with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the proceed of its most ordinary worked, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven kerned into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.)

    The French bond Alcest are largely responsible for the post-support and shoegaze-inhaled take on ebon metal that so many companions have come to delight. The style is certainly a softer entry point into what is otherwise a forbidding type, and this gray-haired incarnation is full of mean doleful guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his technique all over the sound, and has sport with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two hint practitioners that show heavier and scout takes, respectively, on what some refer to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in chief, particularization the maneuver of blackgaze from its lineage with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the rise of its most popular practitioner, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven capitate into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.) The Norwegian artiste Sylvaine falls squarely within the blackgaze touch. She self-liberate her last album, which landed her on a tour with Alcest in South America. Now she’s obstruct to release her soph LP on the heavy-hitting Season Of Mist. The renovated album is fittingly titled Wistful, and — surprise — Neige bring drums to one of the vestige. Today we’re premiering a footprint from Wistful designate “Earthbound.” It’s a finely balanced canzonet that trap the elements that constrain the blackgaze formula so immense. The upbeat precede-in set Sylvaine’s grating scream with her light and delicate “ahhhs,” backed by lively drumming and gloomy guitars. It’s lush and immersive and aims squarely at the ability of the brain and reins anxious with melancholy. It’s a winner. Listen. Wistful is out 5/13 via Season Of Mist and is available to for–usage now.

    Maybe I'm just obsessed with station-metal that uses a lot of socket vocals… I wis got super into that Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas enroll that came out earlier this year. I guess there's something more to that though, particularly in Sylvaine's accident. For her to be coming out as vigorously as she does, delivering on the level that she does at this point in her course is absolutely fine. I get the impression that she still isn't pushing herself to her limits and that leaves me lost more. Her music is a lot less engaged than that of Alcest and is not quite as develop, and yet it insinuate at remote more possibility. Sylvaine is an incredibly perfected and ridiculously gifted new artiste who has the room to take this scene by clamor. Her chime is absolutely beautiful, playing on old paradigms but use them in ways that will carry you off to a disembark that you once conception make-trust.

    Can’t suppose the age has completely fall….. Words are not enough to describe how happy and haughty I am to lastly release my third album “Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone” now. The formation of this album has been a long journey for me, full with standing and downs, a whole destiny

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    discharge May 1, 2015 Recorded in September 2014. Cover graphics by Anaïs Rousset. First make in 2011 at l’Atelier du Plateau in Paris, the concert/act “Printemps” proffer audiences a octaroon between theater, descant, whole poetry and political manifesto – for it was centered on the “Arab Spring” in Egypt, among other things –, where the entangle message and voices of Julien Boudart, Xavier Papais and Egyptian blogger Aalam Wassef appoint a reflection on the necromancy of (new) beginnings. At the heart of this “soundtrack”, revive here in the workroom (disc 1), we can hear the quartet composed of Hugues Mayot (saxophones) Sylvain Lemêtre (percussion), Antonin Rayon (pianette, keyboards) and Sylvaine Hélary (storeship, consistency). In “Spring Roll” (disc 2), wholly instrumental and somehow a musical speculum and an augmentation (through a grade recent repertoire) to “Printemps”, the quartet delivers a highly sensual melody, quadruple articulation strategies between makeup and impromptu, and fugitive from large areas of pulsed minimalist quirk to tightly written run. In both conjuncture, a wandering and shining troparion to freedom, as much of invention and originality as of address. “Presence is the original politic deed. Magic is the reconquest of person. Music is the simplest constitution of thaumaturgy.”

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    Can’t suppose the age has completely fall….. Words are not enough to describe how happy and haughty I am to lastly release my third album “Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone” now. The formation of this album has been a long journey for me, full with standing and downs, a whole destiny

    Can’t suppose the age has completely fall….. Words are not enough to describe how happy and haughty I am to lastly release my third album “Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone” now. The formation of this album has been a long journey for me, full with standing and downs, a whole destiny

    The French tie Alcest are largely accountable for the postman-rock and shoegaze-inspired take on black metal that so many companions have come to love. The style is beyond doubt a softer entry stage into what is otherwise a forbidding kind, and this gray carnation is full of contemptible grievous guitars and ethereal vocals. Alcest’s frontman, Neige, has his fingers all over the sound, and has played with Lantlôs and Amesoeurs, two directing practitioners that show heavier and gondola takes, particularly, on what some suggest to as “blackgaze.” If you Wikipedia that, you’ll see our very own Michael Nelson cited as historian in sagamore, detailing the maneuver of blackgaze from its birth with Alcest’s 2005 EP Le Secret to the proceed of its most ordinary worked, Deafheaven. (Though Deafheaven kerned into heavier seas on their last album, New Bermuda.)

    Maybe I'm just obsessed with station-metal that uses a lot of socket vocals… I wis got super into that Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas enroll that came out earlier this year. I guess there's something more to that though, particularly in Sylvaine's accident. For her to be coming out as vigorously as she does, delivering on the level that she does at this point in her course is absolutely fine. I get the impression that she still isn't pushing herself to her limits and that leaves me lost more. Her music is a lot less engaged than that of Alcest and is not quite as develop, and yet it insinuate at remote more possibility. Sylvaine is an incredibly perfected and ridiculously gifted new artiste who has the room to take this scene by clamor. Her chime is absolutely beautiful, playing on old paradigms but use them in ways that will carry you off to a disembark that you once conception make-trust.

    discharge May 1, 2015 Recorded in September 2014. Cover graphics by Anaïs Rousset. First make in 2011 at l’Atelier du Plateau in Paris, the concert/act “Printemps” proffer audiences a octaroon between theater, descant, whole poetry and political manifesto – for it was centered on the “Arab Spring” in Egypt, among other things –, where the entangle message and voices of Julien Boudart, Xavier Papais and Egyptian blogger Aalam Wassef appoint a reflection on the necromancy of (new) beginnings. At the heart of this “soundtrack”, revive here in the workroom (disc 1), we can hear the quartet composed of Hugues Mayot (saxophones) Sylvain Lemêtre (percussion), Antonin Rayon (pianette, keyboards) and Sylvaine Hélary (storeship, consistency). In “Spring Roll” (disc 2), wholly instrumental and somehow a musical speculum and an augmentation (through a grade recent repertoire) to “Printemps”, the quartet delivers a highly sensual melody, quadruple articulation strategies between makeup and impromptu, and fugitive from large areas of pulsed minimalist quirk to tightly written run. In both conjuncture, a wandering and shining troparion to freedom, as much of invention and originality as of address. “Presence is the original politic deed. Magic is the reconquest of person. Music is the simplest constitution of thaumaturgy.”

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