Déluge

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    Digue
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    Opprobre
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    Soufre
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    Abysses
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    Gloire Au Silence
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France has long been a fertile breeding ground for black metal, and one of its best kept secrets is Déluge, who have been kicking up a blend of that genre and post-hardcore since 2014.
Dropping their debut full-length Æther in 2015, in 2020 they return with sophomore effort Ægo Templo, a more accessible record that pushes their sound in ever more imaginative directions. Their inclusion of post-hardcore and post-metal influences plus “clean and vociferous” vocals helps to separate them from their contemporaries and makes for a perhaps deeper listening experience. Ægo Templo is even more layered than their previous output, featuring clean vocals on almost every track plus keyboards and additional instruments on several songs, soprano saxophone included on “Opprobre”, all the while maintaining their identity
Produced by François-Thibaut with assistance from engineers Thibault Chaumont/Deviant Lab studio (Igorrr, Carpenter Brut, Birds in Row) - who also mixed and mastered the album – and Amaury Sauvé / The Apiary studio who recorded the drums, Ægo Templo marks a bold step forward from their earlier recorded output.

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