19:20 - Redn1ght The amount of time it would take to read to the point when Frodo decides to fuck the shire and gtfo from there is way too long. I could've read couple Conan short stories by that time and be more entertained.
18:56 - Belegûr lol crap book , I'll move on without biting :P
18:41 - Hex_Omega Wacken last year: 132 bands, this year: 83 bands. What happened?
18:35 - Bad English Amon Amarth is not crap band and LOTR is better book as Harry poter
18:24 - Marcel Hubregtse crap bands taking names from a crap book. That does make sense, though.
17:14 - Belegûr I say so many, not all. There are a few that are great in my opinion.
17:10 - Belegûr Difference is, Amon Amarth don't even like Tolkiens work :P they said so themselves. They just liked the name. It's a shame that so many crap bands have taken all the cool names from Tolkiens world :P
Another Roadburn festival has passed and the next one is happening between April 14th-17th 2016 in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Two years ago, Les Discrets played a celebrated concert there, which has been recorded and is now set for release (LP, CD, digital) on June 5th via Prophecy Productions. Live At Roadburn features 8 live tracks and is the first live album of Les Discrets. All the details you need to know are available below.
French duo Les Discrets have some news to share today. First of all, Fursy Teyssier is about to start the recordings of the new album that will follow Ariettes Oubliées.... It will happen in January. To whet your appetite, the band just released a preview of a demo version from a new song. Check it out below.
Good news arrive from the French group Les Discrets, their new album is in the works. Fursy Teyssier planned to release new music on a project called Sainpaul but that idea won't come to fruition because it has been decided that the music composed for that project will actually be used for the new Les Discrets opus. So, you can expect something different on the album that will follow Ariettes Oubliées....
"Ariettes oubliées", a brand new video from French shoegaze act Les Discrets is now available online and you can watch it below. It was written and directed by the band member Audrey Hadorn. The song is taken from the band's upcoming album Ariettes Oubliées..., which will be released on February 10th via Prophecy Productions. More album details were previously reported here.
The French shoegaze band Les Discrets has released new information regarding their new album. First, the album will be out on February 2012 through Prophecy Productions. Secondly, it is entitled Ariettes Oubliées... The cover artwork was also unveiled and you can see it below.
French blackgaze act Les Discrets are working on a split EP, together with Italian one-man post-rock band Arctic Plateau. The EP is set to be released on vinyl and as a double CD later this year through Prophecy Productions.
Les Discrets frontman Fursy Teyssier comments: "Gianluca is the kind of rare person I feel extremely close to even if we have met only one time. Artistically and musically, Arctic Plateau is part of the music that really moves me incredibly, and I also think there are huge connections between our respective music. Sharing this split is a step forward to our future collaboration..."
Arctic Plateau frontman Gianluca Divirgilio comments: "I see Les Discrets' music as a special framework, a dark watercolour of illusions and reality. Fursy is a good friend and a brilliant person. We share the same artistic vision, and we are careful to preserve our artistic identity. Music has no time, music has no space, but here we go, here and now, for ourselves, for you all."
Les Discrets, the project of Fursy Teyssier (Amesoeurs, Phest) and Winterhalter (Amesoeurs, Peste Noire), are currently residing at Drudenhaus studio, France, to record his debut album.
Fursy ceommented: "We finished the recording by the end of last week, and the album sounds reeeallly reallly good. Definitely something to look forward to for you! The album gathers songs that were composed spanning the last years, starting from 2003 to February 2009. This is a collection of the best songs I composed so far!
Les Discrets turned into a more "doom / progressive" metal music, with big guitar riffing, huge sound, blast beats but there is still a lot of acoustic stuff, folk and mystical atmospheres."