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Alcest - Les Voyages de l'Âme

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Weepy French flower-metal act Alcest is set to drop their new album... today, apparently, though it's not yet available from US retailers and seems to be set for a January 17th release there, far as I can tell. Neige is back bitchez!


From http://www.prophecy.cd/


The first album highlight of 2012 is now available: ALCEST's "Les Voyages De L'Âme"! It can be obtained in four different physical editions from common record retailers and Prophecy's online shop:


- Jewelcase CD (9.99 Euro incl. worldwide shipping)

- Digipak CD (14.99 Euro incl. worldwide shipping)

- Limited Artbook CD/DVD (29.99 Euro incl. worldwide shipping)

- Limited gatefold LP (17.99 Euro incl. worldwide shipping)


The entire album is also available for free streaming on Prophecy's Youtube channel:
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Just ordered this. Anyone else pick it up or hear it yet? Even though I made this topic and posted the link to the YouTube listen, I prefer to wait until I get my CD-quality audio and can play it the traditional way. I'm sure it won't disappoint. Whether it will live up to the first two albums I'm less sure.

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