“I Asked For Wine, He Gave Me Blood” – First track off ‘Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls’, Glorior Belli’s 5th full-length album, featured on NO CLEAN SINGING:
I Asked For Wine, He Gave Me Blood featured on Invisible Oranges:
The band’s sardonic tone comes through loud and clear in the title (which rules), and the stern scream-along chorus pretty much guarantees the tune “live staple” status.
“The song is hotter than New Orleans in July. Et beaucoup crasseux”
Read the full review here:
Billy Bayou is now a proud member of the Randall family with freshly acquired RD45H, considered a “tiny” head with a monster sound. The perfect match for Glorior Belli, Southern and Heavy!
Thanks again Paul De Maio, Randall Amplifiers and everyone who helped make this come true.
‘Manifesting The Raging Beast’ captured at Brutal Assault 2013
‘Rebels In Disguise’ welcomes artist Billy Bayou as a first addition to the collective. Growing up in the temperamental suburbs of Paris, Billy’s always kind of favored engravings and woodcuts over anything else, which he takes great pleasure in manipulating! A true rebel in disguise.
‘Rebels In Disguise’ is an artist collective, exploring the notion of a fundamental opposition between the ethical and the aesthetic through the idea of the Devil as muse.
France’s avantgarde black metal outfit GLORIOR BELLI has inked a worldwide record deal with Agonia Records. Band’s fifth full-length album, successor to “The Great Southern Darkness” from 2011, is set to be released in the fall of 2013.
Consequently climbing the ladder of innovation and artistic development, the French quartet managed to work out a very own sound and view in the often stiff frames found within the black metal genre. Descriptions such as “Avant-garde black metal bluesmen” (Pitchfork) or “bluesy doom-sludge” (Metal Sucks), are only the two sides of the same coin, that will reveal a new flip this autumn.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have the chance to work with Agonia Records and it’s only fair given the efforts and determination of both Glorior Belli and Agonia Records into making genuine music that stands the test of time.” – commented the band.
“Glorior Belli took the stage next and played a ripper of a show. Front man Infestuus was a ball of energy, bouncing from stage to floor, and also a talker, chatting it up between songs. The band’s bluesy black metal has enough grit and low end to work with Wolvhammer’s blackened sludge, who capped off the night with a menacing set that lurched, roared, and blasted until midnight”.
2013 by Neurotica / www.neurotica-photo.com
Custom dirty Southern work shirts for Glorior Belli, one for each band member (with different name tags). Thank you Kim!