In 2008, Lou Quinse produces its first e.p. There are five tracks from occitan tradition, revisited speed way, cheerful but powerful, often extreme.
I – Seguida
Pour Passar lou Rhône (Dança, Trad. Provençal)
Laou (Rigaudon, D. Tron)
II – Para lo Lop (Boreia, Trad. Pyrenèes)
III – Calant de Villafranca (Farandola, Trad. Niça)
IV – Ai Vist lo Lop (la Lèbre et lo Rainard Dançar) (Boreia, Trad. Lemozin)
V – Seguida de Boreias à Tres Temps
Lo Parpalhol (Boreia 3T. Trad. Auvernha)
Lo Seriol (Boreia 3T. S. Berardo, Valle Stura)
Per Ben la Dançar (Boreia 3T. Trad. Lemozin)
IX.L’ERMITE (voice) I.LO BAGAT (accordeon) XIII.LA MORT (hurdy-gurdy) IV.L’EMPERAIRE (flutes) XII.LO PENJAT (guitar) XIX.LO SOLELH (guitar) XVIII.LA LUNA (bass) XI.LA FORÇA (drum)
Recorded, mixed and mastered in 2008 at Soniclab (Collegno, Torino).
“The band brings a dowry of a demo which contains five tracks of a wonderful mix between grind, brutal, hardcore and a lot of folk…you might think it’s exagerate… but no, because they can balance all those influences and styles with inspiration and talent. They really know how to do it. Trust somebody who saw them live: on stage they are war machines, capable of making even a corpse dance and shake.” Heavy-Metal.it – 2010
Para lo Lop, first extract from Lou Quinse