Post Hardcore band NESSERIA , new album “Cette érosion de nous-mêmes”


Orleans’ NESSERIA have been one of France’s most consistent power since their inception in 2003, perfecting their massive, grinding metallic hardcore over two fulllengths and several splits. For their third album the band went back to the same

collaborators – “Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes” was recorded and mixed by Neb Xort at Drudenhaus Studio (Aluk Todolo, Anorexia Nervosa, etc…), mastered by Nick Zampiello (Converge, Gaza, Cave In…) and illustrated by Alex Eckman-Lawn (Maruta, Krieg, Hacride…) – but marks a departure from their previous body of work. While their trademark steamrolling style is still there with grindcore and black metalinfluenced tracks (“Forteresse”, “Dans L’Ombre Et Sans Visage”), tracks such as “Les Ruines” or “À L’Usure” bring something new to the table, as “Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes” is the closest representation of the band’s wide scope of influences (screamo, folk, shoegaze…). NESSERIA’s sound brilliantly evolves by putting an emphasis on their more emotional, atmospheric side, without ever giving an inch on their abrasive tendencies.

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“Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes” was recorded and mixed by Neb Xort at Drudenhaus Studio (Aluk Todolo, Anorexia Nervosa, etc…), mastered by Nick Zampiello (Converge, Gaza, Cave In…) and illustrated by Alex Eckman-Lawn (Maruta, Krieg, Hacride…) – but marks a departure from their previous body of work.

While their trademark steamrolling style is still there with grindcore and black metalinfluenced tracks (“Forteresse”, “Dans L’Ombre Et Sans Visage”), tracks such as “Les Ruines” or “À L’Usure” bring something new to the table, as “Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes” is the closest representation of the band’s wide scope of influences (screamo, folk, shoegaze…).

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