This is Grigou’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. France
  2. Metal
  1. collection 58
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  1. Mortuary Erotica
    by Bebopovsky And The Orkestry Podyezdov
  2. Protosapien
    by JUPITERIAN (Brazil)
  3. Бибополярное расстройство (Bebopolar Disorder)
    by Bebopovsky And The Orkestry Podyezdov
  4. Nereïd
    by Rïcïnn
    Söre Söre
    Et une bonne grosse claque dans les gencives, une !

    Un sacré mélange des genres, tout en originalité et en sensibilité.
  5. The Astroglyphs of the Ritual of Deluge
    by Kraken Duumvirate
  6. A Romance With Violence
    by Wayfarer
  7. The Dirge of Endless Mourning
    by Scáth Na Déithe
    Aw fuck yeah!

    I fell in love with Scáth Na Déithe a few years ago when I listened to "An Sluagh" on "The Horrors Of Old", and even though I've also been kind of fascinated by "Pledge Nothing But Flesh", I didn't get that entrancing need to loop the album.

    With "The Dirge of Endless Mourning", well, that need is back... and I can't pick a favourite. That would be Misery beyond time, or Ochón, probably, as both outros are amazingly melodic and catchy, in a soiled, tainted way...
  8. We Need Distance
  9. The Rose Coil
    by Patrons of The Rotting Gate
    A Perfect Suicide A Perfect Suicide
    The balls on this album!
    This is complex, dense, melodic and pretty heavy death metal, with a touch of prog, and everything about it is bold. It is built around one main riff (which is very, very good) that serves as some kind of intro and outro for the album as it can be heard in the first two songs as well as in the two last ones (not including the actual outro).
    And as this is already 5 years old, I really hope its creator is working on something new because this is genius!
  10. World's Blood
    The Crows Ahead Cry War The Crows Ahead Cry War
    There's a rough and crunchy feel about this album, rising from its black metal riffs and atmospheric bridges alike, echoing from one song to another. Like dust from the roads. Roads hammered by horses' iron feet. Dust splashing out on riders' boots and clothes : the World's Blood.
    Shrug it off. Man doesn't care for dirty hands.
  11. Stille
    by Frigoris
  12. The Horrors Of Old
    by Scáth Na Déithe
    An Sluagh An Sluagh
    Dark, melodic, painful, and never boring. Each guitar riff is better than the previous one, diving deeper into our souls, and the singing, dirty and sorrowful, is perfect.
  13. Acathexis
    by Acathexis
    Immurement Immurement
    For starters, I'm definitely not into this kind of "Déhá hype" that has been going on for a few years, I suppose that's my hipster side...
    I've always found his music to be good, but it never actually carried me away (even though Slow V was pretty close)... until Acathexis happened.
    Anyway, this is some very good melodic black metal... and that voice... that voice!
  14. Pledge Nothing But Flesh
    by Scáth Na Déithe
    Search Unending Search Unending
    This is the kind of album which can take a while to fall in love with, but once you do, be sure that you' ll listen to it a hell of a lot. And every time you do, there's a good chance you'll find something new, lurking in the darkness, that you didn't notice before, or didn't really pay attention to, like some kind of hideous creature hiding in the most poorly lit corner of the room.
    It is well worth taming that creature.
  15. Lunar Falls
    by Suldusk
    Three Rivers Three Rivers
    I'm not usually a fan of metal-influenced folk music, especially not with female vocals, as I always feel like this type of music kind of lacks "balls", in a way, no pun or male chauvinism intended. But those Lunar falls really hit my nostalgia spot. Emily Highfield's voice is a comforting sigh, a ghostly hand squeezing your shoulder through the downs of life, when the absence of people is barely enough to stomach their actual existence.
  16. Damp Chill of Life
    by NONE
  17. Caro Data Vermibus
    by Meszaroth
    Resignation Resignation
    I was really looking forward to a new release by Meszaroth as I enjoyed their Nihil Manifesto so much !
    Again, this unsettling mass will transport you in a dark and esoteric world, where ancient and faceless gods used to be worshipped. In here, knives aren't a source of fear or pain anymore, they liberate.
    For fans of bands such as Dark Fortress, Behemoth, etc
  18. The Light
    by Dúnmharú
    Spectres Spectres
    I discovered Dúnmharú by looking into one of the member's other project, Scáth Na Déithe, which I love. And this album doesn't disappoint a bit!
    Riffs and melodies are carefully used, shyly showing themselves before disappearing into gloomy fogs of growling guitars, long enough to be kind of forgotten, and only to come back with more strength and emotion in a melancholic final. Haunting!
  19. selftitled
    by NONE
    Wither Wither
    This album is a cold one allright. None's music makes one feel like a society-weary wanderer on top of a mountain, looking at this world of ours, filled with ambition and greed beneath the clouds, knowing it's there, and not missing it one bit.
  20. Life has gone on long enough
    by NONE
    A world, dead and gray A world, dead and gray
    This year I've been quite disappointed with a few bands I used to really like, releasing albums of inferior quality than their previous work, in my opinion, but None is definitely not one of them. This second album is every bit as good as the previous one, if not better.
    This record feels more angry, more emotional and sometimes warmer. More human in a way, as the first album felt more distant and withdrawn from the real world. Anyway, both albums are great, can't wait for a third!