French Dark-Rock Cult to reissue debut S/T album // New song “Blast” available for streaming

07/23/2018 at 7:50 am (Uncategorized)

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About ten months after the first (and limited for its “circle”) release of its debut full-length and self-titled album, French Dark-Rock/Post-Punk/Indie-Art-Rock/Avant-garde-Metal quartet M E L T plans to reissue this album for CD and digital worldwide re-release this fall through Bandcamp and the main digital platforms (iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Tidal etc.).
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In addition to this announcement, the band just shared the song “BLAST” as first glance of this album on Bandcamp.
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…For the record…
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“We are melt.
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We survived.
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Our music is an unexpected mix between metal sound and cold wave tragic melodies.
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We originally started as a duo when Charlotte and I met 10 years ago on October 2007. In chaos and crave we’ve created the first demos of Melt: a powerful and personal rock, finding its full emotional potential on stage.
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Charlotte’s singing comes from a crisis during wich she went crazy and untied herself from the real world. Her lyrics are oniric, a mix of english and imaginary invented language, disconnected from the “real” world, again. As did Greg Sage in the Wipers, we consider music as art, not entertainment.
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We’ve been existing as a band for 3 years now, playing on every kind of stage in our area.
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On December 2017 we’ve released our first album
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End of transmission”
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For fans of : from Vivaldi to Sixteen Horsepower, Sepultura, Legenda, Samael, and many more…
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