The North American edition of PESTE NOIRE’s fourth full-length album, L’Ordure à l’État Pur, is now finally available through La Mesnie Herlequin Amérique’s partners in crime, Transcendental Creations and Tour-de-Garde.
A wholly unique entity in today’s watered-down and overpopulated black metal scene, Avignon, France-based PESTE NOIRE and mysterious frontman/creator DJ Famine have polarized the scene for years with controversial lyrical content and raw, peculiar and unorthodox blackened anthems. Known for infusing folk, punk, classical, polka, atmospheric elements and more into an off-kilter, maniacal sound all their own, as expected, L’Ordure à l’État Pur presents a mixed bag of filth and tradition. Wormy, muddy black metal for scoundrels, this time around, Famine and PESTE NOIRE take the listener even further into the abysses of insanity with their rampant and album.
Today, Brooklyn Vegan are assisting us in bringing this gritty slab of dark art to human populations worldwide, by streaming the nine-minute long closing track to the new album, “La condi hu.” Be ready to get filthy, and stream the hymn HERE.
Stereogum previously also posted “Casse, Pêches, Fractures et Traditions” which is still streaming AT THIS LOCATION as well.
Review copies of L’Ordure à l’État Pur are available to North American journalists now via Earsplit PR. Get in touch for more information on this must-hear underground black metal gem.