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« BLACKENED VISIONS » MUSIC VIDEO

Directed by Martin Genty, already responsible for the band’s debut music video for the song “A Whisper to the Thunder” taken from our 2013 “Hand of Glory” EP, the music video is the band and director’s own visions of the band’s music for the title track of the debut full-length, “Blackened Visions” as, to quote the band, « Being an instrumental band means writing music the listener can imagine his / her own story for” and focuses on the album’s artwork character’s quest for immortality and having some troubles with the dark side…
Blackened Visions”, the album, will be released on January 15th on CD and Digital and February 16 on LP and is currently available for preorder at the Kaotoxin Shop.

The video can be watched at these locations: Noise France and The Sludgelord.

[english] VIDEO PREMIERE for “Blackened Visions” music video / short movie

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is the english premiere for The Lumberjack Feedback new « Blackened Visions » music video / short movie on The SludgeLord .
8 minutes & 47 seconds of black & white quest for immortality (& getting troubles with Satan )  !

http://thesludgelord.blogspot.fr/2016/01/the-sludgelord-video-premiere-blackened.html

[french] VIDEO PREMIERE for « Blackened Visions » music video / short movie

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is the french premiere for The Lumberjack Feedback new « Blackened Visions » music video / short movie on Noisey .
8 minutes & 47 seconds of black & white quest for immortality (& getting troubles with Satan )  !

http://noisey.vice.com/fr/read/the-lumberjack-feedback-blackened-visions-video-premiere

“Blackened Visions” [TRAILER #3 – guests]

For the ones who have digged our forthcoming full-length informations, you’ve surely noticed we have some guests on our record !!
Here is the third video teaser , featuring :

  • Alex Colin-Tocquaine (Agressor, ex-Loudblast…) : guitar solo on « Blackened Visions »
  • Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice) : mastering and analogic noises on « Dra til Helvete »

& our close friends

  • Christophe RaminFAHRENHEIT 21 ) : guitar on « Mah Song (Horses of God) »
  • Ben Savary ( Klang!!! ) : guitar on « Dra Til Helvete »

“Blackened Visions” [TRAILER #2 – guitar & bass]

After a first teaser focusing on their two drummers recording sessions, here is a new “Blackened Visions” debut album teaser, putting the focus point on the guitars & bass this time. Check it out below !

The album is set for a January 15th, 2016 worldwide release as 500 copies limited edition DigiSLeeve CD first press and digital while 100 copies collector edition clear 12″ LP and 400 copies limited edition 12″ LP versions will be released during 2016’s second quarter. Preorders for all versions, along with a new merch. line, will be unleashed on December 14th, 2015 at the Kaotoxin Shop.

An exclusive advance listening session will also take place at the second annual Kaotoxin Fest on December 6th at l’Aéronef in Lille, France.

“Blackened Visions” [TRAILER #1 – drums]

Get ready for a cinematic journey into darkness!

This first preview focuses on the recording sessions for our pair of drummer, featuring both Nicolas Tarridec and Olivier T’Servrancx, the later now being permanently replaced by Virgile Chaize (ex-MÖRSE) since he had to relocate to USA.

The album is set for a January 15th, 2016 worldwide release as 500 copies limited edition DigiSLeeve CD first press and digital while 100 copies collector edition clear 12″ LP and 400 copies limited edition 12″ LP versions will be released on February 15th, 2016. Preorders for all versions, along with a new merch. line, will be unleashed on December 14th, 2015 at the Kaotoxin Shop.

An exclusive advance listening session will also take place at the second annual Kaotoxin Fest on December 6th at l’Aéronef in Lille, France.

« Blackened Visions » Mastering by Colin Martson

« BLACKENED VISIONS » , our first full length, entered today his final production step, by reaching Colin Marston ‘s Thousand Caves Recording Studio, located in Woodhaven, Queens , New York for the MASTERING process.
We’re all excited & proud that such a talented musician (Goreguts , Krallice, Behold! The Arctopus & Dysrhythmia) & producer (Genghis Tron, Jarboe, Pyramids, Liturgy,…) is working on our upcoming full length, finalizing the dark & blackened production that we’ve worked on for so many months.
Next step (on the way ) : ARTWORK

Here is a quick studio tour with Colin in his studio :

LIVE REPORT from Nantes Show

Here is a live video from our show at La Scène Michelet in Nantes (Fr) By Intothewild Hardcoremotion

& a live report by More Fuzz :

http://morefuzz.net/daily-reviews/concert-report-mantar-the-lumberjack-feedback-sick-sad-world/

« Another French band coming from the north of the country. I don’t think Lille is known for its wood production, but I can assure you these guys are real lumberjacks who know how to throw a colossal doom right into your face, and it’s not some little sticks, it’s MASSIVE LOGS that just crushes your whole head !

But wait ! You don’t even know why it’s so huge… There are 2 drums on stage !!! Yes guys, you heard me right 2 fuckin’ drums blasting amazing drum fills like an avalanche of logs on your head 🙂 This was the first time I saw something like that, and of course this unusual setting was well welcomed by the crowd, headbanging in unison \m/.

The whole atmosphere the band produces is also worth mentioning. Like you see on the picture some pure white neon lights were on the front of the 2 bass drums, 2 others were just behind the huge amps of the 2 guitarists, making the whole thing very holistic ! Of course the sound fitted perfectly with this atmosphere : The Lumberjack Feedback crafted majestic doom songs often made of very atmospheric and calmer introductions to put you into the mood, and then slowly smashes your head with heavy as fuck riffs that are repeated endlessly..!

But what I can reproach to the Doom genre in general are those very slow repetition of the exact same note, it kinda bores me when it’s too long… But that’s not the case with The Lumberjack Feedback thanks to the 2 drummers ! Imagine this : being able to hear 2 different drum fills but at the same time, yeah it’s 4 arms and 4 legs playing together to produce a sublime sound, it really blew my mind and I was not bored at all, but rather headbanging slowly while watching those 5 lumberjacks doing their duty !

Yup The Lumberjack Feedback was clearly my favorite band this night. »

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