Checkout Del’Noire Self-Titled Album ‘The Haunting Of Del’Noire’

OMG, guys, you must all go check out this new artist, Del’Noire! Their music is like I’ve never heard, it’s a mix of the gothic atmosphere, macabre melodies, and dark electronic beats. It is evocative and will definitely be sending chills down your spine in the best moment!

His first EP “The Haunting Of Del’Noire” just dropped and damn, it’s an experience like no other. The title song is menacing and eerie in all its layers of unsettling sounds that seem to lead you right into Del’ Noir’s haunting world.And “The Raven Stone”? Dude, the melodies on that one are totally like sourced from the Gothic nightmares but they sound good in the way that they can’t be ignored.

However, “A Strange, Bitter Kiss” is my favorite and the depth of feeling in that song is inexpressible. The verses and melodies electrify me every time. Del’Noire is exceptionally talented in shaping eerie, thrilling soundscapes that remain in your mind even after the music is no longer playing.

What makes this story more intriguing is that Del’Noire developed his passion for music because of the Bandlab app!Can you believe that? He only want to make this incredibly complex and multilayered sonic world they crafted themselves better and better. It’s like entering through a gate into a different world as each song plays.

Seriously, if you dig anything supernatural, Gothic, or ghastly, by all means, submerge yourself into “The Haunting of Del’Noire” at once. Watch out, your new addiction, Del’Noire, is waiting for you! This is ground-breaking, street-blending style that’s going to blow your mind.

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What is your stage name?
It’s Del’Noire.

Is there a story behind your stage name?
Yes, there is: it’s the real-life story behind William Peter Blatty’s novel The Exorcist and its origins in St. Louis, US. It’s a story about a (possessed) thirteen-year-old boy who, in the late winter of 1949, traveled to Bel-Nor, St. Louis to have an exorcism.

The name is derived from Bel-Nor which sounds rather cool, but I did not want just to steal it but gave it a bit of extra flavor.

Where do you find inspiration?
From my mind and soul. Which is very exposed to all phenomena around us. I do not know how the inspiration works, to be honest. I just sit down and let the music flow. It comes very naturally and cannot be forced. It comes from somewhere deep within. For some reason I have noticed stressful situations can be very productive.

Like the writing process of The Raven Stone. I had (once again) suffered a burnout and channeled all the anxiety into writing music. I remember like being in fever when I crafted the song. It just burst out. It was almost a spiritual experience. A very fast one.

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?
Music was very important. My sisters were at their teens when I was born, so I was played a lot of rock music back then. It was the same thing at daycare; the boys of the family played rock music to me. So, I was into rock n’ roll before I could even read.

Are you from a musical or artistic family?
Yes. My parents used to sing a lot. As devoted members of choir. My grandparents also were choir members, and I had a chance to go to rehearsals with my granny. Which was not so rock n’ roll, but anyway…

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?
Good question…the whole world of music, if you like. Of course, I had idols when I was younger. So, their example, as well.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?
Almost all by myself. I went to classical guitar lessons for a year, but it was not for me. Playing sheet music written by someone else. I mean, why play someone else’s music when you have a chance to make everything by yourself?

I have a long history in bands as a drummer. And we always have played original songs. Playing cover music is something I do not understand. With all due respect to all those who find it necessary to do! No offense, whatsoever.

What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform?
The first real gig I went to must have been Ray Campi somewhere in the early eighties. I was a teddy boy. For a while. Until I found Motörhead!

How could you describe your music?
It’s very melodic, melancholic and dark. Avoiding all major chords. Gothic.

Describe your creative process.
Like mentioned above, I just sit down and let the music flow. It comes very naturally and cannot be forced. It comes from somewhere deep within. There is nothing planned except the rhythm. Maybe. But usually it’s a clean slate, tabula rasa…

What is your main inspiration?
The whole universe, to be honest. The inspiration comes from somewhere, sometimes from everywhere. It’s impossible to name some certain factor. It’s a sum of phenomena, experiences and the state of mind.

What musician do you admire most and why?
A tough one…There a re so many musicians having my admiration. Well, Tommy Victor of Prong is one of my all-time favourites. I think he’s the best guitarist in the world. He also has THE sound in his voice and in his guitar.

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?
Well, I started as Matyascorvinus, playing acoustic guitar. Now, I’m Del’Noire, an EDM-artist. However, both artists draw from the very same source: something within.

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Well, I started as Matyascorvinus, playing acoustic guitar. Now, I’m Del’Noire, an EDM-artist.

Who do you see as your main competitor?
Actually, none. We underground artists are all in the same position. Seeking our spot in this vast world of music. I believe in collaboration.

What are your interests outside of music?
Dogs (I have a Scottie called Lara), history books, horror films, drama series, nature, sea, animals, jogging, lifting weights, news, state of the world, domestic politics, foreign politics, deep discussions, bad humour, trying to be as good person as possible, art…in general: I seem to be interested in a bit of everything.

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?
I would be doing the very things mentioned in previous question!

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?
The biggest problem is the huge supply of music these days. The sheer volume of music done is overwhelming. However, its beautiful at the same time. Today, everyone has the possibility to do the very same the record companies used to do. This of course leads to massive competition. The audience cannot be interested in every artist. So, finding your own crowd is very challenging.

If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?
Music industry is industry. Industry’s interest is to make money. It’s business. An artist is an investment, meant to make profit. An artist, in principle, is a tool of a company to make profit. And if not: end of the career.

If I could change something, I would change the way some artists think about music industry. It’s not a Shangri-La. You can lose your deal, your rights to your own works, yourself. In no time. Think twice before you sign the paper.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?
It describes the very ethos of the project. Dark themes, dark titles. Every song has a background story. A chilling one!

What are your plans for the coming months?
Let’s see how The Haunting flies! I’m always in atotally blank state after the release of my works. Takes a long time before I’m able to work again. I must get the recording out of your system. I spent six months doing The Haunting, after all. It was very exhausting time.
See, it was an experiment. To study my capabilities of doing this kind of recording. I’ve never done anything like this before. I had to learn how to do everything. So, it took a LOT of effort.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?
No, to be honest. I’ve been thinking it would be fun to try it out with a singer. But let’s see what future brings.

What message would you like to give to your fans?

Be human. Be good to people. Be VERY good to nature, animals and the weaker ones. Do not waste time in negativity. And do not forget to love.


Mister Styx
Mister Styx
My name is Mister Styx and I'm a music blogger and an HVAC Engineer. I'm passionate about all kinds of music, from rock to hip-hop, Jazz, and Reggae as a matter of fact I am always eager to hear new sounds as music has no barrier, and I'm always looking for new sounds to explore. Hop on lets go fetch for some new sounds!

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