French black metal quartet Abduction announce new album ‘Toutes Blessent, la Dernière Tue’ and unveil new track

French black metal quartet Abduction will release a new album titled “Toutes Blessent La Dernière Tue” on December 1st on Finisterian Dead End and Frozen Records

Recorded, mixed and mastered in Brussels, at Déhà‘s Opus Magnum Studio, with whom the band has been collaborating for almost ten years, the follow-up to the band’s critically lauded second album “Jehanne” shows how much Abduction has grown over the last three years, both in terms of musicianship and songwriting. 

“I think we’ve never been that direct and catchy on an album before, while staying true to our trademarks: changes within the frame of the songs themselves, and rich arrangements”. Says vocalist François Blanc.

The album’s leading single “Dans La Galerie des Glaces” is now playing at this location.

As usual “Toutes Blessent La Dernière Tue” features a classic painting as the cover artwork (this time borrowed from the works of Hubert Robert, major French painter of the 18th century who specialized in landscapes), however, this time the lyrics explore very different topics. 

“We don’t want to be perceived as a “concept-band”, says guitarist Guillaume Fleury. “This album talks about different themes, such as the way the “new” world treats the soldiers that are coming back from the First World War, or the discoveries of navigators and plane pilots, as well as more contemporary topics such as personal development, old age and the way our society envisions the way our elders live their final remaining years. There’s also one song that celebrates our love for classic literature, and pays tribute to Edmond Rostand’s hero, Cyrano De Bergerac…”

Pre-orders are now available here

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