Igorrr Reveal New Album Details, Launch New Single

Igorrr Reveal New Album Details, Launch New Single.

On March 27th, Igorrr will release their new album, Spirituality And Distortion, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of the record, a video for the new single, “Very Noise” can be seen here:

With 2017’s Savage Sinusoid, Igorrr more than proved to be a truly unique musical force - and 2020’s Spirituality And Distortion cements that well-earned reputation. Slamming together disparate musical styles ranging from death and black metal to breakcore, Balkan, baroque and classical music in a manner that is as unconventional and unpredictable as it is thrilling, Igorrr are unlike any other act, and Spirituality And Distortion displays just as broad a range of emotions as sounds.

Gautier Serre states:

“Getting stuck in only one emotion is very boring to me; life is awide range of emotions - sometimes you’re happy, sometimes you’re sad, angry, pissed off, nostalgic or blown away. Life is not only one colour. These 14 tracks are a journey through different states of mind I’ve been through.

At no stage was there any plan, embracing the freedom offered in the wake of achieving Savage Sinusoid and going wherever ideas took him, embracing a small army of specialist musicians to help him attain his vision. Importantly, like its predecessor, this is not a predominantly electronic record. “The organisation part has been more complicated as we had to fly traditional instrumentalists to our studio, so, lots of planes, trains and cars were involved to make it happen, but all the acoustic instruments have been recorded traditionally, with no help of the computer.” These included violinist Timba Harris, bassist Mike Leon, pianist Matt Lebofsky, Oud player Mehdi Haddab, accordion player Pierre Mussi, Kanoun player Fotini Kokkala and harpsichordist Benjamin Bardiaux, among others. Vocally, the most prominent performer is Laure Le Prunenec, whose operatic strains are a longtime part of the Igorrr mix, while regular collaborator Laurent

Lunoir also appears on a few tracks. Serre also invited Pierre Lacasa and Jasmine Barra back to the studio (known from their appearance on previous tracks like “Vegetable Soup” and “Cheval” to appear on “Kung-Fu Chèvre“ and got to realise a dream with one guest performer. “We had the honour to welcome my personal favourite musical hero on this album: George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher of Cannibal Corpse. He screams on the track “Parpaing” and his legendary voice bringsthe heaviness this track deserved. George is like the final boss of death metal. Like on a video game you have the final boss who is the strongest, George is the best in death metal singing. Due to the extreme heaviness and violence of his voice, I found it very much coherent to contrast it with a cheap tune of 8bit music which is the least heavy music on earth. The contrast is beautiful to my ears.” However, lyrics are less important when he is creating, and often these are delivered in languages he does not even speak. “As with the previous albums, I’m entirely focused on the sound itself and how the sonorities of the voice speaks to the heart, not the intellectual meaning of the words.”

Igorrr Reveal New Album Details, Launch New Single

Igorrr tour dates
w/ Author & Punisher, Otto Von Schirach
Mar. 26 - Strasbourg, France - La Laiterie
Mar. 27 - Lille, France - L'Aeronef
Mar. 28 - Nantes, France - Le Stereolux
Mar. 29 - Tours, France - Le Temps Machine
Mar. 31 - Poitiers, France - Le Confort Moderne
Apr. 1 - Toulouse, France - Metronum
Apr. 2 - Madrid, Spain - Shoko
Apr. 3 - Barcelona, Spain - Salamandra
Apr. 4 - Nimes, France - Paloma
Apr. 5 - Zurich, Switzerland - Dynamo
Apr. 7 - Munich, Germany - Backstage
Apr. 8 - Bochum, Germany - Zeche
Apr. 9 - Stuttgart, Germany - Wizeman
Apr. 10 - Bruxelles, Belgium - Botanique
Apr. 11 - Schijndel, Netherlands - Passpop Festival

Apr. 12 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli - Pandora
Apr. 14 - Hamburg, Germany - Gruenspan
Apr. 15 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
Apr. 16 - Berlin, Germany - Colombia Theater
Apr. 17 - Warsaw, Poland - Proxima
Apr. 18 - Prague, Czech Republic - Palac Akropolis

Apr. 19 - Budapest, Hungary - Barba Negra Music Hall
Apr. 21 - Vienna, Austria - Szene
Apr. 22 - Ljubljana, Slovenia - Kino Siska
Apr. 23 - Milan, Italy - Legend Club
Apr. 24 - Lyon, France - Ninkasi Kao
Apr. 25 - Reims, France - La Cartonnerie
Apr. 26 - Paris, France - La Cigale
Apr. 28 - Manchester, UK - Gorilla
Apr. 29 - London, UK - Scala

For all the latest news, reviews, interviews across the heavy metal spectrum follow THE RAZORS'S EDGE on facebook, twitter and instagram.