Fäerical blasting punk. Less a genre, more an abstract impression of Nuit Noire: Blasting punk – an inimitable mixture of intense drumming and beautifully singular guitars. Natural, unrestrained, atypical vocals sing out in admiration of those Night creatures that light the darkness, aided only by moonlight shadows cast in the forest, hidden from all humanity.
Nuit Noire is
guitar, voice, drums
1. Opening the Portal
2. Faerie Punk
His Electro Blue Voice
CountryFrance / Italy
CAT #TTR 021
Released15 December 2007
NUIT NOIRE completes re-recording of tracks from the unreleased ‘album’ “Inner Light” (previous instalments were splits with Call me Loretta and Circle of Ouroborus).
Opening the Portal and Faerie Punk (originally Faerie Metal) are the first and last tracks from Inner Light.
Both tracks were recorded Feb-July 2007 during the “fantomatic plenitude” sessions.
HEBV are a gloomy, noisy group inspired by early eighties gothic/post-punk. Their only other release so far has been a 7″ep Fog b/w Das.
“Call” is their darkest song. A sombre fusion of late 70s post-punk with horror-rock style organ & effects!
His Electro Blue Voice, a satisfying and heavy goth punk band from Italy. – Dusted Magazine
2. are you ready for the night?
3. turn on your light
6. join me in the night
7. enfant spectre
8. les êtres de lumière
9. dans le noir
10. rêve de nuit
11. fairies fuck humans
12. never be like you
14. immature attitude
CAT #TTR 012
Released7 December 2006
Todestrieb Records is honoured to present the new album from France’s NUIT NOIRE!!! “Infantile Espieglery” was recorded from January to July 2006. Tenebras (guitar, vocals, and drums) is joined on vocals for the first time by Émilie (also vocalist in Monarch, as Eurogirl).
Fäerical blasting punk. Less a genre, more an abstract impression of Nuit Noire: Blasting punk – an inimitable mixture of intense drumming and beautifully singular guitars. Natural, unrestrained, atypical vocals sing out in admiration of those Night creatures that light the darkness, aided only by moonlight shadows cast in the forest, hidden from all humanity. A childish attitude, sense of alienation from the rest of the adult world. A subject first broached on “La Clairière” (Once Upon a Night… demo 2000), expanded in “Lunar Deflagration”, now most explicit.
Comes sealed, printed on recycled paper with handmade design including all handwritten lyrics on school paper.
A surprise for long time fans of the band is that the album opens with a new recording of one of their earliest songs, “Creatures of the Night” which you may remember from the very first demo “Dans la Nuit”!!
The purist magical Night worshipping Art!
Next to affordable, quality vinyl, my second-favorite (musical) thing is Nuit Noire. – Metal Maniacs