Paris post-heavy project DDENT premiere « Dis A La Lune Qu’elle Vienne » video via Cvlt Nation ; new album « TORO » out this Friday.
From a premonitory prelude, to a deep and violent inner quest and a destructive initiatory ritual, each one of the seven songs is a chapter, a powerful, resonating post-heavy sonata. Beyond any boundary,DDENT‘s post-heavy music remains at the crossroads of many genres, crowned with dark, vibrant and mystical aesthetics. This stunning sophomore album makes the mind travel in the depths of the soul of a band who hasn’t ceased to amaze and stand out of the French heavy scene. « TORO » was recorded and produced by Chris Fielding at Skyhammer Studio and mastered by James Plotkin.
Out March 23rd on CD and digital here
1. Dans La Roseraie
2. Dis à La Lune qu’Elle Vienne
3. Longue, Obscure et Triste Lune
4. Torse de Marbre
5. L.s Cloch.s D’ars.nic .t La Fum:.
6. La Pluie Emplit Sa Bouche
7. Noir Taureau de Douleur
Artwork by Ddent.
After a short hiatus, the project rises in the winter of 2015 with a new set of live musicians, the songwriting remaining the exclusive preserve of its main founder and guitarist. Debut album « آكتئاب (ektiheb; or melancholy, depression) is recorded and produced by Chris Fielding at Skyhammer Studio (Conan, Electric Wizard, Napalm Death) in Liverpool. The eight tracks follow an instrumental thread, depicting the melancholy and depression of a horseman, a poet. Eight heavy instrumental pieces that become one to depict the journey of a horseman throughout depression. Lunar, massive and goosebump-inducing. 2018 will see the release of DDENT’s sophomore album « TORO », yet to become another masterpiece of the post-heavy scene.