Release date: 20 May 2011
Style: Black metal

Rating:

8.1 | 53 votes

Owners:

47 have it
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01. Casse, Pêches, Fractures Et Traditions
02. Cochon Carotte Et Les Sťurs Crotte
03. J'avais Rêvé Du Nord
04. Sale Famine Von Valfoutre
05. La Condi Hu

Review
Lyrics (5)

Staff review by
Mr. Doctor

Rating:
8.7
Peste Noire's discography is like a game of Russian roulette. Ever since their debut, every single album has insulted a portion of its fans enough to make them leave the club for good. Insanely bad production, crazy vocals, strange genre experiments, a hard to digest avant-garde approach, you name it. The Kommando's infamous leader, Famine, takes risks every single time... spinning the cylinder and handing you the revolver with a grin on his face. L'ordure à L'état pur is the band's latest bullet, threatening your head more than any other of their albums. Oh boy did I almost blow my brains out with this one.

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published 24.12.2011 | Comments (44)

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Lokaeda - 22.05.2011 at 16:49  
  Wtf is this album, just listened to it on youtube... techno, ska, oï, punk, whatever? it's even worse than Ballade Cuntre Lo Anemi Francor oO
Troy Killjoy - 09.08.2011 at 20:19  
  This album is so much fun, I just sit and smile through the entire thing. Very silly but well-structured and focused.
Lokaeda - 14.08.2011 at 23:49  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 09.08.2011 at 20:19

This album is so much fun, I just sit and smile through the entire thing. Very silly but well-structured and focused.


lyrics to the first song aren't that nice
Troy Killjoy - 15.08.2011 at 07:07  
 
Written by Lokaeda on 14.08.2011 at 23:49
lyrics to the first song aren't that nice

Google translate wasn't that helpful...from what I understand someone fisted the government, someone got shot with a crossbow, there's mention of Aryan Race lyrics, there's some allusions to France's internal destruction...

All in all I still say it's fun as fuck.
Lokaeda - 15.08.2011 at 15:01  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.08.2011 at 07:07

Written by Lokaeda on 14.08.2011 at 23:49
lyrics to the first song aren't that nice

Google translate wasn't that helpful...from what I understand someone fisted the government, someone got shot with a crossbow, there's mention of Aryan Race lyrics, there's some allusions to France's internal destruction...

All in all I still say it's fun as fuck.


basically it's a sort of ode to the royalists, "true" French racists, that kind of stuff

"I am the fist in the ass of Marianne
My first track was Supremacy Aryan" (Marianne=female representation of the Republic)

"In your name Merovée
We will kick out all the bad ones
Yeah, for you great Carlo
the false ones will be forced to leave by the sea
Otherwise, revered father Capet
They'll end up crippled/handicaped!" (here are references to the names/nicknames of ancient kings of France, and the "bad ones leaving by the sea" is clear enough I guess)

"Run Coco (here "coco" stands for "commie/communist")
I've drawn my crossbow
Depending on how many cans I drank
You'll get my arrow in your head or in your balls ("noix de coco" being a play on words here)
With haste return to tropical countries
Here's no place for your kind
Y'have my word of royalist man"

I'm not the best translator and haven't translated the whole song, but I think you get a better idea of what it's about ^^
I guess the fact I understand the lyrics really doesn't make it easier for me ^^ yet I still prefer "Folkfuck Folie" and "La Sanie Des Siècles - Panégyrique De La Dégénérescence"
Troy Killjoy - 15.08.2011 at 17:38  
 
Written by Lokaeda on 15.08.2011 at 15:01
partially racist references

...still funny as fuck.
Lokaeda - 15.08.2011 at 17:40  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.08.2011 at 17:38

Written by Lokaeda on 15.08.2011 at 15:01
partially racist references

...still funny as fuck.



matter of tastes
Mr. Doctor - 22.08.2011 at 16:17  
Rating: 9
Written by Troy Killjoy on 09.08.2011 at 20:19

This album is so much fun, I just sit and smile through the entire thing. Very silly but well-structured and focused.


We are awfully alone in this Troy. I find it just like you, extremely funny and enjoyable and also very well structured. Famine's got a talent at glueing different pieces together and overall songwritting imo that some prog bands would love to have.
Marcel Hubregtse - 22.08.2011 at 16:25  
  Totally unfocused and all over the place. Clumsily structured. Very bad song wrting. Opeth is infinitely superior in that sense.
psychofrench - 17.09.2011 at 06:43  
Rating: 10
Written by Lokaeda on 14.08.2011 at 23:49

Written by Troy Killjoy on 09.08.2011 at 20:19

This album is so much fun, I just sit and smile through the entire thing. Very silly but well-structured and focused.


lyrics to the first song aren't that nice

Not as bad aas the second one
psychofrench - 17.09.2011 at 06:53  
Rating: 10
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 22.08.2011 at 16:25

Totally unfocused and all over the place. Clumsily structured. Very bad song wrting. Opeth is infinitely superior in that sense.

I actually find it structurally superior to most albums I have listened to the past few years. It does sound like it's all over the place but you can tell it was all very carefully pieced together by Famine. Whatever appears random has a definite role to play in the song/album. The changes of pace/style, the lyrics, the vocals, the different sound pieces added in the background, nothing is random. You can even divide the album in 3 parts. the first 2 songs , more upbeat and satyrical, the middle piece which is epic as hell and a real masterpiece (20 minutes that goes by extremely quick it's so entertaining) and the last 2 songs, darker and more sinister. Cant compare with Opeth, not even remotely. Actually, I wouldnt compare Peste Noire to anything else, it's a genre in its own.
Veil of Maya - 15.12.2011 at 23:27  
  I'm really not sure what to make of this album. Maybe if it were classed as Avant-garde BM I would view it from a different angle, but the hardcore dance beat on 'Cochon' is just..it's just..it just IS. I have no clue what to make of it.
Unhealer - 30.12.2011 at 20:50  
Rating: 9 Far beyond awesome. I definitely have check all the albums from these guys.
RavenKing - 31.12.2011 at 00:25  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 22.08.2011 at 16:25

Totally unfocused and all over the place. Clumsily structured. Very bad song wrting. Opeth is infinitely superior in that sense.


Typical of the (totally overrated) French BM scene.

By the way, lyrics are a joke if you can read French.
Troy Killjoy - 31.12.2011 at 02:49  
  Are we saying bands like DSO, BaN, and Aosoth are all unstructured and unfocused now?
RavenKing - 31.12.2011 at 02:53  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 31.12.2011 at 02:49

Are we saying bands like DSO, BaN, and Aosoth are all unstructured and unfocused now?


That's how I see them. Their music leaves me completely indifferent.
Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.
Troy Killjoy - 31.12.2011 at 02:55  
 
Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53
Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.

What happens if there's a French BM band that sounds like another band you like from another country?
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.12.2011 at 02:59  
Rating: 5
Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53

Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.

Shot in the dark but what do you think of Bekhira? You might appreciate their straightforward approach. I wouldn't dismiss them as some raw piece of crap which I imagine most people would on first impressions. They have some exceptional riffs.

Mr. Doctor - 31.12.2011 at 03:00  
Rating: 9
Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53

Written by Troy Killjoy on 31.12.2011 at 02:49

Are we saying bands like DSO, BaN, and Aosoth are all unstructured and unfocused now?

That's how I see them. Their music leaves me completely indifferent.
Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.


I can get the unfocused part sicne it's more of a subjective thing but I fail to see this:
Unstructured = leads me indifferent.

Those bands are have clearly well structured songs, don't liking them is a completely different matter.
RavenKing - 31.12.2011 at 03:17  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 31.12.2011 at 02:55

Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53
Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.

What happens if there's a French BM band that sounds like another band you like from another country?


It never happened until now.
RavenKing - 31.12.2011 at 03:21  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 31.12.2011 at 02:59

Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53

Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.

Shot in the dark but what do you think of Bekhira? You might appreciate their straightforward approach. I wouldn't dismiss them as some raw piece of crap which I imagine most people would on first impressions. They have some exceptional riffs.




Not bad. Nothing special but surely listenable. Vocals are quite average, however.
I won't spend my money on it.
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.12.2011 at 03:23  
Rating: 5
Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 03:21

Not bad. Nothing special but surely listenable. Vocals are quite average, however.
I won't spend my money on it.

The vocals are very average but the album those songs from is an absolute masterclass in riffs. This has made me reacquaint myself with them too which is nice.
RavenKing - 31.12.2011 at 03:25  
 
Written by Mr. Doctor on 31.12.2011 at 03:00

Written by RavenKing on 31.12.2011 at 02:53

Written by Troy Killjoy on 31.12.2011 at 02:49

Are we saying bands like DSO, BaN, and Aosoth are all unstructured and unfocused now?

That's how I see them. Their music leaves me completely indifferent.
Honestly, there's not a single French BM band I like.


I can get the unfocused part sicne it's more of a subjective thing but I fail to see this:
Unstructured = leads me indifferent.


It's not always the structure (or lack of) that turns me off. It would be complicated to explain my dislike for the French BM scene in general. It's not always the same reason but it seems the French bands always have something I don't like.
Also, if they sing in French, I'm automatically out. I utterly dislike this.
Slayer666 - 31.12.2011 at 13:33  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 31.12.2011 at 02:59

fucking Bekhira


Oh lord, when I discovered about these guys about a year and a half ago (and completely by accident), it was like: "Where were you all my life?".
Their debut is surely one of the best raw BM albums I've heard thus far.
Ellrohir - 21.08.2012 at 22:42  
  Absolute madness...or absolute geniality?

well, i absolutely choose the second option...and french BM ftw ...i adore how it purposefully destroys all so called standards and truths issued by those frowning necrolords from Norway

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