Boisson Divine will release his new album ‘La Halha’ 21st December.
La Halha (prounounced la Haye), it’s a huge blaze, a solstice fire, an ageless pagan tradition still perpetuate today in a Christian way (Christmas fire…).
The front cover represents the “Béliou Cross” (or “Abelion cross”, a rock with the face of a major god in the pyrenean mythology), tomb of the old patriarch Milharis, according to the legend.
This new 56 minutes LP is more epic, complex and adorned than the previous ones, with an overall more serious atmosphere. A lot of surprises and new sounds but still true to the Boisson Divine’s roots, very melodic and heavy catchiness.
Pre-orders and first single in November.
- Lo pèla pòrc
- Suu camin estelat
- Xivalièr de Sentralha
- Rei de Suèda (Sveriges Kung)
- La Sicolana
- Un darrèr còp