Incandescene - Le Coeur De L'homme (Can) | RECORD STORE DAY

Thank you for choosing to buy locally from a record store!

Le Coeur De L'homme (Can)
Artist: Incandescene
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 08/19/2022
UPC: 843563150269

You can explore 3 ways to buy:

Find and visit a Local Record Store and get phone number and directions (call first, there is no guarantee which products may be in stock locally)

Purchase now from a local store that sells online

Purchase digitally now from (which serves local record stores)

Buy Now

Store Distance Phone Buy

Find a local store


1. Avilissement
2. Tréfonds Macabres
3. La Descente
4. Avide De Cris
5. Écroulement Vers L'abîme
6. Le Coeur de L'Homme
7. La Spirale de L'échec
8. Désacralisation Des Moeurs

More Info:

Incandescence, an epic black metal duo from Quebec, Canada comprised of multi-instrumentalist Philippe Boucher (Beyond Creation, Chthe'ilist) and vocalist Louis-Paul Gauvreau, have completed their fourth full-length album Le Coeur de L'Homme. Ever since this project's inception in 2011, Incandescence has been a vessel for Boucher-known mostly as a formidable top-tier drummer within the death metal scene due to his involvement in Beyond Creation and Chthe'ilist-to explore and expand his musical horizons in the realm of black metal (which he has also done with his other black metal project Décombres). Here he handles all the instruments and songwriting with his counterpart Gauvreau handling all the vocals, lyrics and concepts. Le Coeur de L'Homme follows 2019's Ascension and a string of previous notable releases, and reveals itself as a glorious towering black metal release that will stand as a watershed moment for the Quebec black metal scene and finally make aware of Incandescence as one of Canada's more significant present day black metal outfits. This release is an expression highlighting the creativity that continues to dwell within the heart of Quebec black metal, a grandiose work of furious epochal ascending black metal, where virulent and hostile gesticulations stabilize themselves with that of the classic black metal traits of the melancholic, despondent, and sorrowful.