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Nocturnal Depression

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Nocturnal Depression es una banda francesa de black metal depresivo,1 creada en 2004 por Herr Suizid (bajo, guitarra, batería) y Lord Lokhraed (voz). La banda se caracteriza por combinar elementos de black metal con elementos de música noise, ambient y doom metal.

Nocturnal Depression nace en el año 2004 donde inmediatamente empieza sacando dos demos: el primero titulado Suicidal Thoughts y el segundo Near to the Stars. Al año siguiente vuelve a sacar dos demos: Soundtrack for a Suicide y Fuck off Parisian Black Metal Scene, todos ellos en Whispering Night Productions. Ya en el año 2006, sacan su primer álbum titulado Nostalgia – Fragments of a Broken Past. Luego de este lanzamiento, sacan un split bajo el nombre de Nocturnal Depression/ Funeral RIP; y por último, un nuevo demo con los sellos Self-Released y Eisiger Mond Productions, titulado Four Seasons to a Depression. Los últimos dos discos (Nostalgia – Fragments of a Broken Past, y Four Seasons to a Depression), fueron modificados siendo lanzados oficialmente el 21 de septiembre de 2006. Ambos discos contenían el vídeo de las canciones tituladas Nostalgia y Host. Finalmente en el año 2007, la banda saca su segundo disco titulado Soundtrack for a Suicide - Opus II, bajo el sello Sun and Moon Records.

Algo curioso de esta banda es que Herr Suizid, toca todos los instrumentos, pero a la hora de tocar en los conciertos, Herr Suizid no participa de estos debido a razones personales…

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  • Motverkande

    Trash73 ♥ [2]

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  • Trash73

    "However, Happy Days' "Don't Go" was the most pathetic thing I've ever read. This is worse than shitty Emocore." Doesn't bother me. It's not as if Happy Days doesn't have much better songs which build emotional tension without relying on acoustics, ukuleles and amateur lyrics. Some songs on "Cause of Death: Life" build to an aggressive bridge/cadence which I really enjoy. The quality of the lyrics doesn't bother me as at least they are honest and personal. It's clear some are really personal (which is why some are in Norwegian)

    16 Sep 20:58 Responder
  • Trash73

    "They feel dull as fuck, while other DSBM band's riffs never cease to amaze me and I could listen to this one single riff for like forever." This doesn't really make sense but there is an art to subtle (some would say simple and repetitive) songwriting found in ND's music (as opposed to 'riff salad.')

    16 Sep 20:52 Responder
  • Trash73

    "Well, most Black Metal is about hatred towards Christianity and religion in general." Obviously. "So how's that not hateful already?" Because if you truly hate something you just ignore it (at least that's what a smart person does.) Displaying hatred of Christianity will only bring Christianity together.The churches burnt down in an act of hatred will just unite Christians to repair and rebuild. Besides, hatred will never change their beliefs. It's built into them. I see Anti-Christianity in BM as an angry reaction against them, but not necessarily direct hatred to them. A subtle difference.

    16 Sep 20:46 Responder
  • whywontmynamefi

    Black Metal doesn't have to always be hateful because most Black Metal is about Christianity? Well, most Black Metal is about hatred towards Christianity and religion in general. So how's that not hateful already? I revisited Nocturnal Depression's lyrics and they aren't as silly as Happy Days'. The most pathetic thing I found on Metal Archives was actually a My Dying Bride Cover. However, Happy Days' "Don't Go" was the most pathetic thing I've ever read. This is worse than shitty Emocore.

    16 Sep 9:52 Responder
  • whywontmynamefi

    I didn't know about his crippled hand and it might be quite an achievement for him if he can still manage to play the guitar, but it doesn't make their music sound any better to me. Furthermore, I am all for repeating riffs. This is why I love Black Metal. In this case I probably just don't get them to be honest. They feel dull as fuck, while other DSBM band's riffs never cease to amaze me and I could listen to this one single riff for like forever.

    16 Sep 9:06 Responder
  • Radioshack-

    Trash73 ♥

    1 Sep 9:53 Responder
  • Pedrogrief

    Great release! Near to the Stars have great songs. Best DSBM.

    14 Ago 16:02 Responder
  • Trash73

    Bands like this, Hypothermia and Happy Days are why depressive black metal is great. [2] >>> FIXED.

    12 Ago 22:29 Responder
  • Trash73

    " Their logo is just some silly gothic font they downloaded somewhere. They could have at least used some cool font like Burzum did in the early days. Not to speak of their cheesy cover artworks." >>> Cool? Are you still in high school yourself? Most DM and Deathcore logos are scratchy, indecipherable logos. I suppose they are cool, and not overdone to the point they are cliche as well? Nostalgia and FSTaD are beautiful covers - the kind you can just get lost in - just as you can get lost in ND's music.

    12 Ago 22:26 Responder
  • Trash73

    "Too much high school drama like Happy Days instead of genuine hatred." >>> Hatred isn't part of depression unless you're an angst ridden teenager. Anger maybe, but not hatred. BM doesn't have to always be hateful, as the majority of BM is about Christianity. This (and Happy Days) is soothing, entrancing, cathartic, soul-searching melancholy. The lyrics contain more subject matter about nature rather than misanthropy/hatred: "Four Seasons to a Depression." Focusing on nature excludes people altogether, nevermind 'high school drama.'

    12 Ago 22:19 Responder
  • Trash73

    "extremely sloppy played riffs/drum patterns that are going nowhere" >>> Sloppy? Are forgetting the guitarist has a crippled hand (ectrodactyly) and this is not the hand he picks with? Are you forgetting they play a very similar arpeggio to "My Friend of Misery" on "Nostalgia"? He can play as good as Metallica on the 'Black Album' with a handicap. The drums keep time, what more did you expect? The bass on "The Cult of Negation" makes up for a lack of a distinctive drum pattern. Going nowhere? Repetition builds mood. Go listen to some Post-Rock if you want "builds" because I don't see how this genre can be progress to something in any other way & still remain in the genre. Depressive music is suppose to be slow and repetitive.

    12 Ago 22:01 Responder
  • Profoundemonium

    The intro from ...and Fall the February Snow sounds VERY similar to Weltschmerz by Tha-Norr. Is it a classical piece?

    3 Ago 15:49 Responder
  • XsokratesX

    The re-release of Near to the Stars is pretty nice.

    1 Ago 6:24 Responder
  • GOVNOVROTH

    ХУИТА ЭТА А НЕ ДРИСНЯ

    31 Jul 20:20 Responder
  • HerbertOz13

    My favorite band of dsbm.

    31 Jul 1:49 Responder
  • whywontmynamefi

    Well, there is a difference between simple yet effective riffs/drum patterns with raw production and extremely sloppy played riffs/drum patterns that are going nowhere. Their lyrics are part of what it makes laughable to me as well. Too much high school drama like Happy Days instead of genuine hatred. Their logo is just some silly gothic font they downloaded somewhere. They could have at least used some cool font like Burzum did in the early days. Not to speak of their cheesy cover artworks.

    15 Jul 11:19 Responder
  • paulothurrock

    A Life To Suuuffeeeeer

    5 Jul 3:39 Responder
  • Nihil-Valdir

    Depressive Black Metal, in general, is not good technically. The riffs and drums are repetitive and the vocals is so bad... However, I think what connects people to this genre is more the feelings. The atmosphere of the DBM, together with the lyrics, makes a lot of sense for some people. Anyway, I think what connects people to the any artistic enjoyment is much more feelings than anything else (and this includes any type of music)... But, "a life to suffer" is pretty cool. HAHAHAHA

    20 Jun 13:20 Responder
  • Nihil-Valdir

    A life to suffer... :) - hahahaha

    18 Jun 7:26 Responder
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