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Review - Blut Aus Nord - Disharmonium - Undreamable Abysses - 2022 - Debemur Morti Productions - Avant-Garde Black Metal - French / English Text

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  BLUT AUS NORD Disharmonium Unbreakable Abysses 2022 Debemur Morti Productions Avant-Garde Black Metal  Le silence après du Mozart, c'est toujours du Mozart...Voici venir le retour tant attendu des théoriciens de l'esthétisme dément, les dieux vivants de l'univers hallucinogénique...Blut Aus Nord...Le Silence après Blut Aus Nord c'est toujours du Blut Aus Nord... Disharmonium - Undreamable Abysses by Blut Aus Nord Vindsval et ses acolytes continuent leur oeuvre de déconstruction radicale du black metal tout en restant l'une des formations primordiale du genre. Après un Hallucinogen pêtri de rock progressif et un retour à la noirceur au travers du projet Forhist, BAN revient à son talent fou pour l'atonalité, les guitares dissonantes, les voix fantômatiques dans le mix (plus fantômatiques que jamais d'ailleurs), des blast beats fulgurants à de longs moments ambient futuristes dignes d'une BO de Tarkovski. BAN fait de la musique, pas simplement du black m

Nasum : Swedish Grindcore legends ! an interview with Anders Jakobson

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Interview With NASUM Grindcore Legends ENGLISH ORIGINAL VERSION/VERSION FRANÇAISE  When it comes to talk about big Grindcore bands from the 90's and early 00's you cannot not think of Nasum. The Swedish band was a huge phenomenon back then and are still in all "modern Grincore" fans memories. Anders Jakobson, founder and guitarist of the band, did agree to talk about the story of that legendary band, the tragic accident that ended their activities and Grindcore in general I thank him again to have take time to give us detailed answers. This is a piece of Grindcore history... Nasum was created in 1992 in Örebro, Sweden by you,  Anders Jakobson (guitar) and Rickard Alriksson (drums/vocals) first as a side project to death metal band Necrony. So you came from death metal, what is the moment and the facts that brings you to grindcore?  As many other kids of the 70’s I was raised on hardrock and heavy metal, and always looking for harder and more extreme