The debut album was finalized in September 2010. After being contacted by several labels, Saille chose to work with Code666 records and the album “Irreversible Decay” was released March 4th 2011. LIVE 2011 - 2012: At first Saille was only intended as a studio project. However, it soon became clear the music should be brought to life. With the addition of Didier Vancampo [bass], a live-band was formed and several shows followed.
Thanks to the good reviews and their solid live-reputation, Saille played amongst acts as Melechesh, Izegrim, Gorath and more.The live-shows of the first album were concluded with a spot on Belgium’s biggest metalfest Graspop Metal Meeting 2012. At the end of 2012 another highlight was their appearance on Eindhoven Metal Meeting [The Netherlands]. RECORDING SUCCESSOR: In July 2012 the band hit the Shumcot Studio again to record their second album entitled “Ritu”. With lyrics inspired by death rites in ancient cultures, combined with new member Dennie Grondelaers’[vocals] interest for H.P. Lovecraft and Cthulhu, the next album had a much darker setting. Again classical skilled guest musicians were invited to create the irreplaceable real sounds: flugelhörn, cello, violin, théremin, tuba, trombone and much more. After two months of intensive recording sessions, the final mix was finished in September and sent to the Norwegian mastering specialist Tom Kvålsvoll (Strype Audio).
Known for mastering black metal classics Mayhem, Emperor, Arcturus, Limbonic Art, Ulver, Vreid and many others. On January 18th 2013 “Ritu” saw the light of day. LIVE in 2013: To promote the album release, Saille embarked on their first tour in January 2013, with Transylvanian black metal legends Negura Bunget. http://www.saille.be Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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