Misanthrope - IrremeDIABLE

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Release date: 21 January 2008
Style: Melodic death metal


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Disc I
01. Les Retourneurs De Pierres
02. Phénakistiscope
03. Les Limbes
04. Le Passager Du Hasard
05. L'Infinie Violence Des Abîmes
06. Prodigalité
07. Le Dandy De Bohème
08. Fantasia Artificielle
09. Le Maudit Et Son Spleen
10. Plaisirs Saphiques
11. Névrose
12. 1857
13. Ixion
14. L'Oracle De La Déchéance

Disc II [Limited edition DVD]
01. Live At Le Sax Achères 78 (21/10/06)
02. Névrose [video]
03. Road Movie

S.A.S de l'Argilière - vocals
Jean-Jacques Moréac - bass, keyboards
Anthony Scemama - guitars, keyboards
Gaël Féret - drums

Additional info
Engineered, recorded and mixed by Fernando Pereira Lopes at Studios Davout, Paris, January - June 2007.
Assisted by Camille Lézer.
Produced by MIsanthrope and Fernando Pereira Lopes.
Additional recordings (vocals, acoustic guitars, keyboards engineering) by Fernando Pereira Lopes, Jean-Jacques Moréac & Anthony Scemama at Le Manoir des Déportés, Ile-de-France, February 2007.
Synths, keyboards & samplers produced by Anthony Scemama & Jean-Jacques Moréac.
Mastered at Elektra Mastering, Varennes-Jarcy, 15 June 2007 by Bruno "Hanté" Gruel.

Cover artwork, layout, graphic arts & photography by Séverine Foujanet.

"IrremeDIABLE" is the first concept album of the band.

Guest review by
White Winter Sun
Misanthrope is a French Extreme Metal band inspired by the spirit of the French playwright and actor Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (also known by his stage name, Molière). With this new album, entitled "IrremeDIABLE", Misanthrope has changed its source of inspiration. Indeed, "IrremeDIABLE" is the first Misanthrope's concept album and it is based on Charles Baudelaire's life and works. Historically, Baudelaire (1821-1867) is known for the publication of his most famous volume of poems "Les Fleurs Du Mal" ("The Flowers Of Evil").

published 03.06.2008 | Comments (6)


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06.11.2013 - 18:23
Rating: 9
Metal Addict
Another charming album from this one-of-a-kind French band. All the songs are good, but Le Maudit Et Son Spleen is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful and intense songs the band have ever written.
"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
- Lux Occulta "The Opening of Eleventh Sephirah"

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