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Blackness in May (Promo EP)

by Déhà

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Der sterbend lachende Clown 4 Songs of pure emotion... An amazing work...!!! It's Déhà... How we know him ...

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VinterVegan Awesome and emotional music, great work, you are a genius Déhà, your music is always very special for my. And beautiful art and cover design by Irene Serrano Photography, I know you've worked hard, but in the end the reward comes. I love you Irene. Favorite track: Comfort Me II.
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"Blackness in May - Promotional EP" is a single from the upcoming album "Cruel Words" with three exclusive songs, in order to promote this said album. More than twenty five minutes of emotional music, in which Déhà drowns the listener in a pure soulripping mood, filled up with the emotions he is now known for. A super heavy mixture of depressive music drenched with the power of atmospheric sludge doom metal music.

This EP includes as well a beautiful piano & voice version of a song to be featured on "Cruel Words", showcasing Déhà's vocal range from whispered singing to cracking, powerful depressed singing. Also, a personal favourite song of the musician was covered through an amazing, immensely heavy version of "Saturnine" of Dutch band The Gathering - and while it is not easy to mimic the angelic voice of Anneke, Déhà took the song and made it his own : emotion and power as main feelings, on a downtempo version of this fantastic song. At last but not least, "Comfort me II" is an astonishing power ballad he decided to record as a bonus, knowing he still keeps somewhere the original version (and the first part!) well hidden.

It is not an easy EP to listen to, as almost all of his works. It rips open the heart and let all emotions out, whether it is through melodies or insane screams.

"Blackness in May" is just a taste of "Cruel Words", a milestone in the musician's discography lasting more than fifty minutes.

Expect it in 2019, through RainWithoutEnd records, a sublabel of Naturmacht records (www.naturmacht.com).

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released December 22, 2018

. "Blackness in May" is taken from the upcoming album "Cruel Words"

. "I Am Mine to Break" (Acoustic Reprise) is a piano & voice version of the same named song on the "Cruel Words" album. Lyrics written with Void (Coma.)

. "Saturnine" is a cover version of the song of "The Gathering", recorded during the "Cruel Words" recording sessions

. "Comfort Me II" is a 'band' version of an unreleased acoustic song of Déhà, recorded during the "Cruel Words" recording sessions

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. Cover art & layout by Irene Serrano Photography (ireneserranophotography.com)
. Butterfly drawing by Oana Beatrice Popescu
. Calligraphy & artistic direction by I Breathe Needles

. Vocals, guitars, fretless bass, synths, drones, piano, songwriting, recording, mixing and mastering by Déhà at Opus Magnum Studios in Brussels, 2018

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