Russian post-metal act L'Homme Absurde has completed work on the sophomore album "Sleepless," which can be considered the logical follow-up to the band's creativity, the working formula of "Monsters" (2016), but with more influences from hardcore/metalcore music. "Sleepless" is set to be released on March 26th via Russian label Soundage Productions. L'Homme Absurde was started by A., a russian musician formerly known as the drummer for a series of Moscow doom metal bands (Mare Infinitum, Comatose Vigil, Who Dies In Siberian Slush) and as a mastermind of doom/downtempo band A Young Man's Funeral. In 2016 the band joined with other members and released their first self-titled demo. That same year L'Homme Absurde recorded their first full-length album entitled "Monsters", which was released by Russian label Fono ltd.
The track listing and album artwork for "Sleepless" can be found here:
1. Cleansing The Temple (see video clip here) 2. Black Hole 3. The Quiet Room 4. Moments In Coma 5. Nausea 6. Insult To Injury 7. Carriers