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Gris À L'Âme Enflammée... À L'Âme Constellée album cover
3.96 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. L'aube (4:45)
2. Les Forges (15:41)
3. Samsara (1:55)
4. Igneus (11:44)
5. Dil (7:51)

1. Moksha (4:24)
2. Seizième Prière (11:49)
3. Sem (1:47)
4. Une Epitaphe De Suie (14:11)
5. Nadir (9:01)

Total Time 81:08

Line-up / Musicians

- Icare /drums, piano, violin, vocals
- Neptune / guitar, bass, cello

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Released (2CD) on Sepulchral Productions

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Review by Warthur
4 stars Having made their name with the previous album, Gris don't rest on their laurels but press on with this followup, offering an epic journey through melancholic soundscapes with dark folk and post-rock influences creeping into their sound. The use of violin, in particular, adds a particular plaintive note and spices up proceedings considerably. Admirably refusing to stand still, Gris advance their sound on this one and whilst incorporating such post-rock influences into a black metal sound isn't exactly unheard-of these days, there are plenty of groups out there who don't pull it off nearly as well as they do. Keep something cheerful nearby for when the misery gets too much.

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