We’re beginning another classy week here at Gun Shy Assassin, and want to start things off with a phat song stream — this time, from Brume d’Automne, the forerunners of the Métal Noir Québécois movement.
It has been seven years since Brume d’Automne’s debut hit. The song that follows at the end of this post — “Le Lieu de la Vengeance” — comes from the band’s new self-titled album, which is in stores now through Sepulchral Productions.
Comprised of Athros and Nordet, Brume d’Automne’s new one is both harsher and more epic than Fiers et Victorieux, while keeping that firmly Québécois side which has gained the band many fans since 2005.
With a bit less emphasis on folkloric passages, and with a rawer, more furious approach, on the new release Brume d’Automne takes a stab at classic black metal, while incorporating its very own, distinctive twist in what is yet again an album that those following Québec’s scene will not want to miss!
This is raw black metal at its best, folks, and if you don’t dig this song, I can honestly say there is no bloody hope for you.
Enjoy “Le Lieu de la Vengeance,” folks. And enjoy the rest of your day and week, you fuckless wonders.