Am I the only one who wants to simultaneously pummel (for putting me through this) and embrace Déhà?!
The emotional mania of his words spoken in French exemplifies how much he puts out there. I deeply appreciate this heart-expulsion, the assimilation & relinquishment of the silent trauma occurring within many silent souls.. but it hurts in so many ways. Raemar
Takes the pummelling of atmospheric black metal and combines it with doom metal in such a way, via a cavernous-sounding production job, to give the overall impression of a kind of savage funeral doom. A number of post-metal interludes delineate the various sections of the single forty-odd minute track and provide some respite from the relentless hopelessness Déhà wishes to convey. A triumph of DSBM for a Covid-riddled world. Sonny92