DECLINE OF THE I - Rebellion Album Details Revealed

December 10, 2014, 9 years ago

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DECLINE OF THE I - Rebellion Album Details Revealed

France's Decline Of The I will release it's second album, Rebellion, on February 27th in Europe and March 10th in North America, via Agonia Records.

Rebellion features seven new tracks maintained in an imaginative post-black metal environment. The music is multifaceted and full of motion. Premiere track off the release, "Hexenface", is available for streaming below:

The album was recorded in Studio de Chine with Khatchik Hovikian (L’odeur du Tchaman), while Xort (Seth, Alcest, Vorkreist, Anorexia Nervosa) took care of the mastering. Layout and artwork were created by the French photographer and filmmaker David Fitt (Aosoth, Secrets of the Moon, Svart Crown). Rebellion includes guest appearance by Olivier from Eros Necrospique.



The follow-up to 2012's Inhibition album will be available in: digipack CD, 12" black vinyl, limited 12" red vinyl and digitally.




"Lower Degree Of God's Might"
"Le Rouge, le Vide et le Tordu"
"The End Of Prostration"
"Pieces Of A Drowned Motion"
"Deus Sive Musica"
"On est Bien Peu de Chose"

After a heavy and neurasthenic first chapter, Inhibition (2012), the new opus Rebellion represents a more brutal side of Decline Of The I, emerging through violent, epileptic and fast compositions.

"Mixing different kinds of dark and extreme music, the album is hard to be compared with any other band", comments founder, A.K.

The concept of Decline Of The I is inspired by the works of the biologist Henri Laborit and falls into the genre of avant-garde post-black metal.



The band is led by the multi-instrumentalist A.K. (guitars, keyboards, programming, samples, bass and drums) who is accompanied by S. on drums, V. on vocals and G. also on vocals. A.K. has played in numerous metal bands such as Vorkreist, Merrimack, Neo Inferno 262, Malhkebre and Diapsiquir. Decline Of The I is his "personal approach on dark music".


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