Today we have painful news…
Our bassplayer Didier Vancampo is leaving Saille and it was an extremely difficult decision to make.
The past months he has been struggling to combine his personal life with Saille and at some point choices have to be made.
We part as friends, no bad words: Didier is a cool guy and deserves respect for the years he spent with us.
Of course we wish him nothing but the best in life and we will support him in all his future endeavours.
And there it is! The announcement for the release show for Saille’s third album ‘Eldritch’. Accompanied by 2 magnificent bands: SardoniS(BE) and Winterfylleth(UK)!
It will happen in Bredene, on the Belgian coast, in an extraordinary venue. We will make sure it is going to be an event worth visiting. You’re all gladly invited to this party!
More information on http://www.eldritch.be
We have set “Eldritch” as the title of our third full-length album. The CD is currently being recorded and cover artwork will be created by Negakinu, a Dutch based designer who will develop the band to a new level.
SAILLE singer Dennie Grondelaers:
”We have created what we hope will be a step up from ‘Ritu’. A tight concept with the right audial and visual stimulation, our most interesting lyrics to date and the best songwriting thus far. Saying that we’re excited would be an understatement.”
The album will again be released by Code666/Aural Music on November 10th 2014 through a Belgian releaseshow.
The band will also perform on Eindhoven Metal Meeting 2014 (December 12/13 – Eindhoven – NL) among bands as TRYPTIKON, AT THE GATES, UNLEASHED and many others.
Regarding the new SAILLE album title, Grondelaers says:
”Since the beginning of storytelling man has been fascinated with the fearful, the uncanny and the weird. Things that go bump in the night. Things that in their very nature can best be described as ‘Eldritch’.
With our newest release we will not be breaking new ground when it comes to original concepts, and we don’t want to. What we do want is to give the listener a brief introduction to several of the best ‘Eldritch’ works of fiction that exist. Some of them contemporary, others written around the turn of the previous century and one or two considered highly influential classics. But none of them should ever be forgotten.
For how much fun would a world without a little bit of fear be?”