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La Tavola Osca : Interview with Dawn Of A Dark Age - English + French Text - black metal/jazz/classical - Antiq Label

Dawn of a Dark Age - La Tavola Osca by Antiq This year Le Scribe du  Rock Scribe will not have an annual Top as was the case in 2018 and 2019. The ending year was too negative to celebrate it in any way. Nevertheless I can tell you that Dawn Of A Dark Age's album, La Tavola Osca, released this year by Antiq, is one of this year's flagship albums when it comes to extreme metal. We have to add to this that the band doesn't limit itself to black metal or any other kind of extreme metal, but has also introduced a lot of jazz, prog, classical and other elements into its music. A great record, which you can find the review here : An interview in which we go back to the origins of the osque tablet and the samnites, but also talk about John Zorn, Slayer or Led Zeppelin... An interview full of information, absolutely fascinating! "Always in music and in life I have only one rule that has

[ENG/FR] DEVIANT BLACK METAL OR POST-BLACK METAL ? interview with White Ward, from Ukraine

Hello, White Ward! Can you introduce the band to our readers? Andrii Pechatkin:  Hello, Pierre! While Yurii, our guitarist and mastermind, prefers introducing White Ward as a deviant black metal band, I am usually more specific. White Ward is a post-black metal act from Odesa Ukraine that is heavily influenced by dark jazz and incorporates saxophone in the most unexpected moments. To my mind, this definition lets people understand what they are going to hear while listening to White Ward. However, too many expectations often lead to disappointment, so be careful with your thoughts and desires. As for White Ward, you will get a mix of Bohren & Der Club of Gore-styled dark jazz with quite melodic post-black with lots of saxophone solos.  You come from Odesa in Ukraine and the band was created back in 2012. Your first EP "Illusions" was released in 2012 and contained a melodic and melancholic Black Metal that can be described as Post-Black Metal, What were the