Your neigbours will hate you and get you evicted for listening to Diabolicus Felinae Pandemonium three times a day, but at least you'll be a happy hobo, knowing that your life is complete and your artistic needs fulfilled.
Le meilleur groupe pour mosher avec son chat ! Quand je connaitrai cet album à la frame, je le trouverai peut-être encore mieux que Hyperblast Super Collider ! En attendant, miaou !
Favorite track: Totipotence d’un erg.
The third album of the band, “Diabolicus Felinae Pandemonium” is definitely the album of immaturity : more than three years of work, 10 songs, 57 minutes, 88 GB of audio, 861 tracks and around 99% of processor overload.
It’s the first album of the band to be recorded with the actual live formation. The album is warmer, with the use of multiple
guitars and many analog synths.
The album tells us the advent of the era of the Cat, the one which will replace mankind. After the arrival of the lol-cats all over internet, which constitutes the last conspiracy, well after the one of Ancient Egypt where the cats were already ruling the highest spheres of power, the diabolical felines are now preparing the birth of Satan’s cat, the Chosen One which will tame humanity and in the end, conquer the whole galaxy with the help of its pentagram of cat food.
released February 3, 2017
Benjamin Bardiaux : Keyboards
Nils Cheville : Guitar
Antony Miranda : Bass, Guitar, Moog, Vocals
Nicolas Sénac : Guitar
Aymeric Thomas : Drums, Clarinet(s), Keyboards, Machines
Adrien Daguzon (Zibeline) : Sax on #2, #5
Matthieu Halberstadt (Ogino, Please lose battle) :
Contrabass on #1, #5, #10
Gautier Lafont (Sebastockholm) : Smashed door on #6
Recording : Plimptphlymst Studio
Mixing : Simon Capony and Aymeric Thomas at Basalte Studio
Mastering : Simon Capony at Basalte Studio
supported by 52 fans who also own “Diabolicus Felinae Pandemonium”
A perfect example of how avante-garde heavy music should be approached. This album constantly keeps you on your toes with surprising and powerful transitions, using absurdity in a musical way without sounding gimmicky or harming the overall song structures. Tristan Feilla