The Last Tales is the title of the new mini-album released by Mondkopf at the beginning of the month, a record he composed during the tour of Hadès, his previous record. and to celebrate the new year, Mondkopf offers to download it for free just by clicking on the link of the bandcamp window (you may also name a price for it).
a few lovely words from Paul Régimbeau came with The Last Tales.
These songs took shape during the tour of Hadès. I wanted to share them to thank everyone who invited me or came to see us play. We loved doing this set with Greg and we’re now putting this good energy into our common project Autrenoir, which will be my focus for a little while. Have a peaceful year guys.
the six offered songs of The Last Tales show a less violent, but all the same beautiful aerial threat as Hadès. an appeasing choir opens the record with Ancient Dream, a delicate ode to outer space and alluring dangerous landscapes.
a less violent prose, indeed, but still bellicose, as the superb layers of beating sounds and ethereal voices of Crawling Sea suggest, just like the very other overpowered songs of this twenty-minute opus. various hooting voices bring some disquieting humanity to this charming drowned world, giving slowly way to distinct shivers. Fear The Giant Skull may be a genuine ending song to sublime the most terrifying horror film.
of course, if you can download the EP, or mini-album, or whatever-it-is-called, free of charge, you may also support Paul and his label in paradisum, just by subscribing to The Quiet Room, and enjoy the complete catalogue of the label and many more goodies. but more important, you support a small label and the launch of future amazing releases. €20 a year, it’s a bargain, isn’t?