review by: Mladen kot
More like "L'idee De Xasthur" if you ask us, but it's not bad. It's just that there's not much to speak of in terms of personality, magic or simply plain being memorable, as the best parts of this album are short instrumental interludes.
And then there are the real songs, extremely long, with layers of guitars and keys, ferocious screams, strong drums... and all that. You know. You've heard it. And, probably, the only reason you could enjoy L'Idee De Dieu would be the fact that you are, if you are, hard wired to love anything depressive-suicidal and don't expect much more than the nuances in the sound and enough rhythm and chord changes to keep things going. (4.5/10)