Italian folk/metalcore act Lou Quinse signed on with Sliptrick Records for the upcoming release "Lo Sabbat," which will see worldwide release later this year. The first taste can be heard in the player above with the song "Chanter, boire et rire rire."
Conceived in 2006 in val d’Ala, in the mountains of Balme (Barmés) with the grouping of various underground musicians of Torino, Lou Quinse want to celebrate an heretical marriage between diabolic heavy metal and the cultural heritage of the western Alps. Traditional instruments such as hurdy-gurdy, flutes, accordion, percussion and bagpipes, find new life and energy crashing into a wall of waves and distorted vibrations generated by huge guitars, a deep bass and fast drums. At the same time, a pure metal voice screams and growls words that have been sung in taverns, forests and cobble stoned streets for centuries.
From the beginning, Lou Quinse have been a really motivated band, performing intense shows, searching for high grade atmospheres on all stages in Italy and Europe whether good or (indeed in some cases) bad. "Lo Sabbat" was recorded in 2017 and features 12 blistering tracks.
More information on the album is expected soon.