AMESOEURS Completes Work On Debut Album

France's AMESOEURS, the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Neige of ALCEST, has completed work on its self-titled debut album. The follow-up to the band's highly praised and acclaimed 2007 "Ruines Humaines" EP will be released in March via Code666 Records.

Formed by Neige and vocalist Audrey Sylvain in 2004, AMESOEURS is a bleak, violent, melancholic, suffocating and desolate vision, one brimming with despair. Through its music, AMESOEURS portrays a world of urban decay, a lifeless wasteland and a dark realm that becomes all too real in an age of social decay.

By mixing elements of harsh melancholic black metal, post-punk and '80s new wave influenced by the likes of JOY DIVISION, early THE CURE, and DEPECHE MODE, "Amesoeurs" is an album that shows the ever expanding talents of Neige and mixes elements from each of the aforementioned genres into one mind-numbing and unrelenting sonic journey where each song is a different expression that weave together to form an album that will go down as one of the most memorable releases of 2009.

"Ameoeurs" track listing:

01. Gas In Veins
02. Les Ruches Malades
03. Heurt
04. Recueuillement
05. Faux Semblants
07. Trouble (Eveils Infames)
08. Video Girl
09. La Reine Trayeuse
10. Amesoeurs
11. Au Crepuscule De Nos Reves


Neige - vocals/guitars/bass
Audrey Sylvain - vocals/piano
Fursy T. - guitars/bass
Winterhalter - drums

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