""Hallelujah" is not only the follow-up to "Nostril", but also a definite step forward for Igorrr. An album which was for years in the making, it is the translation into tracks of very old ideas and the combination not only of styles, but also of many guest musician's talent. Together with several new singers and musicians, Igorrr has perfected here the concepts he had touched in his previous albums, improving his production and mixing breakcore, baroque classical music and metal in an even faster, more coherent and crazier way. Both from Igorrr solo and from his high-profile guests "Hallelujah" is the lorrrd's concentrate, the exhilarating, mad result of a perfectionist's tireless work. "My idea was to have tracks where several music genres were represented by only one person" says Gautier Serre (Igorrr) about "Hallelujah". More than an electronic music producer, he assumed here the role of composer and conductor for an ensemble of musicians as impressive as unprobable: Mayhem's Teloch laid riffs on several tracks, John Zorn's Adam Stacey lent his accordion, Niveau Zero produced bass sounds, the baroque singer Laure Le Prunenec had to go from opera to death metal, two members of France's other crazy act Vladimir Bozar 'N' Ze Sheraf Orkestär were on board, and even Igorrr's own pet chicken had to follow his master's instructions for some vocal parts." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2012| AD NOISEAM | 13.90

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