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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

Voice Of Baceprot : Metal Freedom for Women ! Interview with/avec Le Scribe Du Rock (English and French text) - Indonesian feminist muslim metal

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"Age is just a number. You are worth your weight in gold because of all the hard work that you put in and the passion that you have burning inside. Keep on rockin’!" Voice of Baceprot is a band composed of three Indonesian women playing metal with the particularity of assuming their Muslim faith and their feminist commitment. On the occasion of their first tour and their visit to France for the Transmusicales de Rennes, Le Scribe, very moved by their music and also very intrigued, wanted to know more... Interview where we talk about tolerance, women's rights but also rock'n'roll and freedom! You are from Indonesia, and you are a Muslim girl band playing metal! Not common! You don't hide that it was complicated for you, what was the hardest thing: convincing your families, your friends? Does the metal world accept you well? The most difficult part is in terms of fighting against the stigma surrounding metal and its musicians, especially since it’s uncommon to s