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The French instrumental juggernauts from The Lumberjack Feedback are set to release a cinematic debut full-length of epic proportions.
The Lumberjack Feedback is a modern doom band that stands apart from the rest of the pack, taking a more progressive approach to songwriting. Featuring two drummers who interweave two distinctly different styles to create a single, massive entity, The Lumberjack Feedback smashes the boundaries of multiple genres at once.
Recorded at Electrik Box studio (Sektemtum, Insain) and mastered by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice), "Blackened Visions" will drop January 15th and features the following track listing:
1. No Cure (For The Fools)
2. Blackened Visions
5. Dra Till Helvete
6. Mah Song (Horses of God) More...
Kaotoxin has announced the immediate release of both a free digital EP from The Lumberjack Feedback, titled "Noise in the Church," and its video counterpart in the form of two brand new music videos for the two live songs featured on the EP. Watch the two videos after the stream of the EP below.
Mastered by R3myboy (Gojira, Ez3kiel...), Noise in the Church consists in two tracks recorded live in July 2014 in a deconsecrated church. The performance was filmed by Attic Addict. The live tracks are "Salvation", off the band's upcoming debut full-length, "Blackened Vision," and "The Dreamcatcher", from their 2013 debut "Hand of Glory."
The Lumberjack Feedback recently premiered its first-ever music video, "A Whisper to the Thunder", with Metal Injection.Check out the video now at this location, or below in the player.
The song is taken from the 2013 debut EP "Hand of Glory," which was recorded and mixed by one of the band's drummers Olive T'Servrancx at his own studio, the Electrik Box Studio and mastered by Billy Anderson (EyeHateGod, Cathedral, Neurosis).
The band will start recording its debut full-length this month with a series of special guests, including Alexandre Colin-Tocquaine (Agressor, ex-Bloodthron, ex-Loudblast) for a 2015 release. The album will still be produced at the Electrik Box by Olive T'Servrancx, while mastering will be taken care of by none other than Colin Marston (Krallice, Gorguts, Behold the Arctopus.
French instrumental doom band The Lumberjack Feedback just announced the return of former drummer Olive T'Servrancx as a permanent replacement for Christophe Poirier, who recently left the band to focus on his grindcore band Project For Bastards.
T'Servrancx's name shouldn't be unknown to Kaotoxin fans as, aside from being the former and now current drummer for The Lumberjack Feedback, he's also a producer and contributed to the recordings of Insain's "Spiritual Rebirth" and "Enlightening the Unknown." T'Servrancx was responsible for the recording and mixing of TLF's debut EP "Hand of Glory" as well.
The new line-up, which consists of Simon Herbaut and Arnaud Silvert on guitars, Sebastien Tarridec on bass and Olive T'Servrancx and Nicolas Tarridec on drums, will make its live debut on April 2nd at El Diablo in Lille, France, opening for Greece's Lucky Funeral. During the show, the band will record footage for its first ever music video. Show details can be found at this location. More...
Kaotoxin Records will release "Hand of Glory" from French instrumental doom act The Lumberjack Feedback on July 2nd in France and August 6th in the U.K. and U.S. 'Loud and Low' is the motto for a band playing with two drummers that anchor a sound rife with dynamics and contrast, while the EP as a whole works as a soundtrack to the apocalypse.
Produced by Billy Anderson, the first 1,000 copies of "Hand of Glory" come as a limited edition, hand numbered deluxe digifile. A promo video for the EP is playing below. Next month, The Lumberjack Feedback will head out on a series of European and U.K. dates in support of "Hand of Glory." For tour dates and updates go to this location.