Hearts In The Dark is really qualitatively different from the stuff I've heard to this day. Yes, and he published a much more professional - the cover to it, for example, drew Mark Morte from a known black metal band NAZXUL.
So, at first gnomic folk was a rather strange mix of post-black metal, punk, neofolk, which was supplemented by chaotic voice broadcast by a la DVAR. Over time, the music DIABLE AMOREUX becoming more accessible to perception, approaching more or less familiar punk and post-folk. New job Tasmanian gnome sounds like would sound THE RESIDENTS, if they got carried away neofolk. In general, it's still quite crazy music, but it is already possible to listen without harm to health consciousness. Characteristic features of the new album: on it a lot of instrumental tracks, and the whole work sounds a monolith, not disintegrating into pieces.
Hearts In The Dark - Music at a very unusual and complex audience. I think its potential audience even smaller audience what else WHITEHOUSE, but in its own way is an interesting and original music, whose existence I only welcome it. More crazy music!