Tag: La Nausee

Review: “Disorder” by La Nausée

“Now that rehearsals are possible again, the first thing on the agenda is getting together as a band and work on a live set so we can get on stage in front of a real live audience! There is a bunch of raw material ready to work with, so we will head to the studio

NEWS: La Nausée embrace chaos and disorder!

Celebrating the release of sophomore EP “Disorder” Ghent, Belgium based Sludge Metal fueled Metallic Hardcore act La Nausée have shared a lyric video for the title track. It’s the sequel to “Battering Ram” and is inspired by Belgian bands like Stake and Amenra, who regularly played hometown Ghent, but also influenced by international acts Iron

Listmania: New Years Day Honours List 2021!

We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the

Exclusive Interview: La Nausée talk “Battering Ram”!

An in-your-face-Hardcore orientating Sludge Metal act hailing from Ghent, Belgium that started out as a one man project before growing legs, La Nausée delivered some tectonic plate rumbling material with EP “Battering Ram” not so long ago. Influenced by international acts Iron Monkey, Black Tusk and Deftones, with this debut EP they fall into a niche category

Review: “Battering Ram” by La Nausée

“Our music is about where we can place ourselves in this world, in this life. The force of nature is unparalleled. The mind is too small to grasp the whole picture. Essence precedes existence, but not for us. We are to decide our state of being and make ourselves whole. Another source of inspiration is

NEWS: La Nausée debut with “Split”!

Premiering their first single “Split“, Sludge Metal project La Nausée who hail from Ghent, Belgium are not only inspired by Belgian bands like Stake, Drums Are For Parades and Raketkanon (who regularly played hometown), but also influenced by international acts Iron Monkey, Black Tusk and Deftones. A crushing track with a whirlwind of percussive battery