L'enfant - Fear Of... FLAC album
Title: Fear Of...
Style: Downtempo, Synthwave
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Fear(s) of the Dark (French: Peur(s) du noir) is a 2007 French black-and-white animated horror anthology film on the subject of fear produced by Prima Linéa Productions and written and directed by several notable comic book creators and graphic designers. It was premiered at the 2007 Roma Film Festival and released in France in February 2008. Throughout the film are a series of two-dimensional computer animation intervals written, designed and directed by Pierre di Sciullo.
com/album/abraxas The truth usually betrays people. Yet, we're all aware of this black figure looking above each of us. Truth is that, whoever you are, or whatever you pretend to be, You'll always be drenched in fear
For the Gojira album, see L'Enfant Sauvage (album). Theatrical release poster. One summer day in 1798, a naked boy of 11 or 12 years of age (Jean-Pierre Cargol) is found in a forest in the rural district of Aveyron in southern France. A woman sees him, then runs off screaming. She finds some hunters and tells them that she saw a wild boy. They hunt him down with a pack of dogs (a Beauceron, a German Shepherd, an Airedale Terrier and an English Springer Spaniel). The dogs, upon picking up the boy's scent, chase him up a tree. A branch breaks off, and the dogs attack him when he falls.
Now signed to the Roadrunner Records label that introduced the world to the brutal sounds of Sepultura, Machine Head, and Fear Factory, French metal quartet Gojira's fifth studio album, L'Enfant Sauvage, is as ferocious, frenetic, and fearless as anything their obvious influences have put their names to. Kicking off with the appropriately titled "Explosia," Joe Duplantier's tortured howls, brother Mario's pummeling beats, and Christian Andreu's shredding staccato riffs prove almost immediately that despite the recent talk of a more philosophical and personal.
The album sold nearly 11,000 copies in the United States in its first week, landing at position No. 34 on The Billboard 200 chart. The title refers to the François Truffaut movie of the same name about a boy found in the wilderness with behavior more akin to a wild animal than a human. As such, according to frontman Joe Duplantier, With freedom comes responsibility, so I’m asking myself, ‘What is freedom? What does it mean to me?’ L'Enfant Sauvage reflects on that. There’s no answer though. There’s just life and questions.
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