Bosse-De-Nage - All Fours



7.4 | 25 votes |
Release date: 14 April 2015
Style: Black metal, Post-metal

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18 have it
2 want it


01. At Night
02. The Industry Of Distance
03. -
04. A Subtle Change
05. Washerwoman
06. In A Yard Somewhere
07. Too Fall Down
08. The Most Modern Staircase

Line-up
B. - vocals
M. - guitars
H. - drums
D. - bass

Guest review by
flightoficarus
Rating:
8.3
Foregoing the usual introductory wankery, if there was one reason to listen to this album, it's the drumming. Sweet zombie Jesus, the drumming. Not only is it impressive in sheer speed and technical showmanship; it's goddam inspiring. I feel like I should build a house or cure AIDS. It's punk, it's hardcore, it's a benchmark for any drummer who considers himself worth a damn. Some of the snare and bass patterns are just dizzying, and unlike 90% of releases out there today, the production sounds live and completely devoid of digital makeover.

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published 28.06.2015 | Comments (0)

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20.02.2015 - 17:26
Rating: 7
Neachy
I'm very interested to see where they go with their sound.
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20.02.2015 - 17:59
Rating: 7
Karlabos
Weirdo of MS
That's the hipsteriest black metal cover I've ever seen *.*
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21.02.2015 - 08:41
no one
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Looking forward to hearing this, i liked there last one
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21.02.2015 - 18:42
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by Neachy on 20.02.2015 at 17:26

I'm very interested to see where they go with their sound.

I'm definitely with you on that. I haven't listened to them in quite a while, but I remember enjoying two of their albums quite a lot. Definitely an interesting modern BM band that knows how to innovate when necessary
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25.02.2015 - 19:50
Rating: 7
Neachy
New track here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/2015/02/25/388693728/vikings-choice-bosse-de-nage-a-subtle-change
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25.02.2015 - 20:06
Rating: 7
Karlabos
Weirdo of MS
^ The song is quite good. Kinda reminds of Satan's Almighty Penis
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13.04.2015 - 16:43
Rating: 8
flightoficarus
Stamp Tramp
Not BM, but really solid post-hardcore. First half of the album in particular is stellar. That DRUMMING! Superb. Enjoyability=9 Musicianship=8.5 Innovation=7.8 Overall=8.6.
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13.04.2015 - 19:27
Paź
ex-News Man
Written by flightoficarus on 13.04.2015 at 16:43

Not BM, but really solid post-hardcore.

If that's true, Deafheaven and Sannhet are primarily post-hardcore acts
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13.04.2015 - 19:31
Rating: 8
flightoficarus
Stamp Tramp
Written by Paź on 13.04.2015 at 19:27

If that's true, Deafheaven and Sannhet are primarily post-hardcore acts


I think that they are. Post-metal, at least. I honestly think I would respect them a bit more if they called themselves that instead of BM. Same with all of the bands nowadays that call themselves "punk" despite having very little to do with it at all.
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14.04.2015 - 01:32
Rating: 7
musclassia
I can hear some post-rock elements, alongside the metalgaze stuff, but would definitely put them under black metal first of all, if not norwegian 2nd wave. And don't hear much in the way of post-metal, and no post-hardcore at all from what I know of that genre. As it is, the first half is pretty solid, but as it gets more Deafheaven-y in the second half (particularly on Washerwoman) I lose some interest in it. Decent enough though
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14.04.2015 - 19:54
Rating: 8
flightoficarus
Stamp Tramp
Written by musclassia on 14.04.2015 at 01:32

I can hear some post-rock elements, alongside the metalgaze stuff, but would definitely put them under black metal first of all, if not norwegian 2nd wave. And don't hear much in the way of post-metal, and no post-hardcore at all from what I know of that genre. As it is, the first half is pretty solid, but as it gets more Deafheaven-y in the second half (particularly on Washerwoman) I lose some interest in it. Decent enough though


Norwegian 2nd wave? Nonsense. This has more commonality with Touche Amore than Darkthrone. But then again, I'm the guy who frequently makes wide leaps between bands so what do I know ? Either way, I agree that the first half is better than the second.
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14.04.2015 - 22:10
Rating: 7
musclassia
Written by flightoficarus on 14.04.2015 at 19:54

Written by musclassia on 14.04.2015 at 01:32

I can hear some post-rock elements, alongside the metalgaze stuff, but would definitely put them under black metal first of all, if not norwegian 2nd wave. And don't hear much in the way of post-metal, and no post-hardcore at all from what I know of that genre. As it is, the first half is pretty solid, but as it gets more Deafheaven-y in the second half (particularly on Washerwoman) I lose some interest in it. Decent enough though


Norwegian 2nd wave? Nonsense. This has more commonality with Touche Amore than Darkthrone. But then again, I'm the guy who frequently makes wide leaps between bands so what do I know ? Either way, I agree that the first half is better than the second.


By the Norwegian 2nd wave comment, I meant to say that it doesn't sound like that, but does fall combortably under black metal in my opinion
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14.04.2015 - 22:21
Rating: 8
flightoficarus
Stamp Tramp
Written by musclassia on 14.04.2015 at 22:10

By the Norwegian 2nd wave comment, I meant to say that it doesn't sound like that, but does fall combortably under black metal in my opinion


Okay, because that made me feel as confused as some of the people who read my comments I imagine. I still disagree, but, ya' know...opinions. If you want to hear a great BM album this year that is just plain 2nd wave through and through, check out the new Corpus Christii.
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17.04.2015 - 16:37
Joe Zombie
Sounds like Thantifaxath + Altar of Plagues. At Night is a great track. Solid album.
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06.07.2015 - 21:01
Rating: 6
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal
Not a bad post black album at all - and THIS IS a post black album.
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