Acceptance / Rebuild

by DEUIL

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John Huzinec
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John Huzinec A shinning example of how these two genres should be combined.
Mortimer Potts
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Mortimer Potts What I liked the most of these two very good blackened sludge tracks is the general atmosphere, hanging between fury and melancholy. Deuil are capable of putting together different moods and styles, and the result is very convincing. Favorite track: Rebuild.
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DEUIL (in English “Mourning) is a four pieces blackened sludge band hailing from Liège in Belgium. Born on the ashes of the screamo band Isaiah, the band started to play together in 2012.

After a first demo whitout bass player and many gigs all over Europe, they recorded the final version of “Acceptance/Rebuild” during june 2013, live and in one day with Gilles Kockelmans at Block Bunker Records.

"Acceptance / Rebuild" proves that DEUIL is able to mix genres and develops their own identity based on intense melancholy and dark atmospheres. Those songs express feelings and emotions you can feel after the loss of someone…

"This is a fantastic debut album that joins titans like Lesbian, Tree of Sores, and Usnea; all bands who’ve elevated the songcraft of long-form doom-oriented music into something even more challenging, exciting, and diverse." Mister Growl

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released October 10, 2013

Artwork By Business For Satan

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