14/11/2020 Facebook Live #5 Video Replay

Facebook Live Stream on the page Lyncelia.

This 1h live stream contains our most popular songs and some of our last album “The Beauty of Doubt” (still available on CD and Digital). It was the first Live with Isabelle on Female Vocals but Jean-Claude was locked at his home and unfortunately don’t appear on this livestream.


  1. Beloved
  2. Self-Mystery Girl
  3. Unbound Pleasure
  4. Romantic Sweep
  5. Blind
  6. Extincted
  7. Lustful Feelings
  8. Unveiled Illusion
  9. Linxya
  10. Lost Anastasia
  11. Persistence of Vision
  12. Diamonds





05/12/2020: Facebook Live, rare and never played songs.

Our next Facebook livestream will take place on saturday 05th December 2020 – 7 pm (GMT+1) on our page


It will be a special livestream with 1h (12 songs) of songs we never played live, some songs played long time ago and some classic songs much loved by our fans.
Save the date!
This live will be as 2 pieces band cause our bassist is still locked-down at his home.
7 pm (GMT+1)

14/11/2020: Livestream on Facebook

Lockdown Part II:
Saturday 14 November 2020 (7 PM GMT + 1), back to Livestreams but this time 1h of Gothic-Rock Live for your sweet pleasure.
I’m preparing a setlist full of songs you know well but with some surprises.
Saturday 14 November 2020:
7 PM (GMT+1)
The stream will come on our facebook page: www.facebook.com/lyncelia

New Line Up

Lyncelia line up 2020

In this year 2020, Lyncelia gets a new skin,

first of all, Yann decided to leave the band few weeks ago. He wants to play some different music and to evolve in different style far from Lyncelia (Metal genre and experimental). We wish him gook luck in his new projects and we thank him for his hard work for Gothic Music during these 2 years with us.

A news never comes alone, one member leaves but two are coming.

Welcome to Jean-Claude on Bass, bringing us dynamism and organic strength on bass parts with all his Coldwave, Post-Punk and Gothic-Rock influences. His regularity in pick attacks is what we are missing for a while. Jean-Claude plays with us since March (just before the lockdown) and he proposed his service on bass at every concert end for many months.


Lyncelia line up 2020

Then, we oficially entered Isabelle who will sing all the female voices we used to sample and will add the feminine sensual and dramatic touch we sought for many years and missed on stage. You already heard her voice on the song and the video “Beloved” and many fans encouraged us to invite her on stage with us. Of course, she will not sing one and only song, we’ll arrange some old and new songs to give her a real place in the band.

Lyncelia line up 2020

Lyncelia line up 2020

Nouveau Line up

Lyncelia line up 2020

Lyncelia fait peau neuve en cette année 2020.

Tout d’abord, Yann a décidé de quitter le groupe il y a quelques semaines. Il a souhaité partir pour de nouveaux horizons musicaux et évoluer dans des styles différents de Lyncelia (dans une optique plus typé Metal et expérimental). Nous lui souhaitons bonne chance pour ses nouveaux projets et nous le remercions pour ces 2 années de travail dévouées à la musique Gothique à nos côtés.

Une nouvelle arrivant rarement seule, un membre nous quitte mais 2 nouveaux nous rejoignent.

Bienvenue à Jean-Claude à la basse, qui nous amène beaucoup de dynamisme et de solidité organique sur les parties de basse par toutes ses influences Coldwave, Post-Punk et Gothic-Rock. Sa régularité dans ses attaques de médiators étaient ce qui nous manquait depuis bien longtemps. Jean-Claude joue officieusement dans Lyncelia depuis mars 2020 (juste avant le confinement) et cela faisait déjà plusieurs mois qu’à chacun de nos concerts il nous proposait ses services pour tenir les parties de basse dans le groupe.

Lyncelia line up 2020

Nous intégrons aussi officiellement Isabelle, qui interprètera toutes nos voix féminines (habituellement samplées) et ajoutera enfin la touche de sensualité féminine et dramatique que l’on recherche depuis si longtemps et qui nous manquait sur scènes. Vous avez déjà pu entendre sa voix sur le titre (et dans le clip) “Beloved” et beaucoup de nos fans nous ont encouragé dans cette voie pour l’intégrer sur scène à nos côtés. Bien-sûr, elle ne sera pas présente uniquement pour chanter un seul titre, nous arrangerons certains anciens (et nouveaux) titres pour intégrer sa voix et lui donner une place prépondérante dans le groupe.

Lyncelia line up 2020

Lyncelia line up 2020

16/06/2020 Facebook Live #4 video replay

Facebook Live stream 16/06/2020

Facebook Live Stream on the page AVM77.

This live stream contains 40min with our most popular songs and some of our last album “The Beauty of Doubt” (still available on CD and Digital).

Self-Mystery Girl
Unveiled Illusion
The Beauty of Doubt
Unbound Pleasure

Lyncelia live AVM77 (gothic -rock)

Publiée par AVM77 sur Mardi 16 juin 2020

28/05/2020 Facebook Live video replay

Lyncelia facebook Live 3

Here is the Facebook Live stream from 28/05/2020.


  1. Linxya
  2. Extincted
  3. Unbound Pleasure
  4. Persistenc of Vision
  5. Self-Mystery Girl
  6. Answer My Fall
  7. Lost Anastasia
  8. Diamonds
  9. Unveiled Illusion Maxi 45t

Lyncelia live stream 28/05/2020

Publiée par Lyncelia sur Jeudi 28 mai 2020

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Diamonds Remix by Jamal

Remix of our song “Diamonds” by our friend Jamal from French Guillotine Records (specialized in Electro Music).
It’s our very first remix and it was a good surprise to hear the version of an artist we appreciate.

We hope you’ll like it as we love it!



The Beauty of Sound: The Guitar sound from the Doubt

For this article, I will explain the gears I used to record “The Beauty of Doubt”. I start with the guitars, then will come Bass, Drums and Synths on other posts.

For the guitars, I principally used my Gibson SG standard. It has a sound that I’m really in love with since the first day. I used it on almost all the titles excepting “Self-Mystery Girl”, principally for all the lead guitars cause it had a more sensual and luscious sound than my other guitars.


In addition of this guitar comes a Fender Stratocaster I used on clean tracks for “Beloved” and on all the “Self-Mystery Girl” guitars. The Fender Clean sound is iconic and fits with the coldwave sound I developped on previous albums.

I also used my Gibson SG Future on rhythm guitars for “Elegiac Frustration” and “Lustful Feelings” cause these songs needed a more rough and saturated sound, and this guitar is a good choice for this kind of sound.

For this album I made big use of Ebow, it’s an electronic device that makes notes endless. This effect is awesome and add a more dramatic touch to our music. You can hear it on the chorus of “Beloved”, on the ending lead of “Elegiac Frustration”, in the middle of “Lustful Feelings”, on the rainy guitars of “Endless” and on the dramatic final of “The Beauty of Doubt”. 5 songs on the 7 of the album.

For the effects, I only used analog pedals (except the Reverb one) from Marshall, Mxr and Electro-Harmonix. For the distorsion I used the Guv’nor that has a warm sound (even with a lack of treble) I really love with good low end. For songs “Elegiac Frustration” and “Lustful Feelings” I used the Jackhammer that has a more aggressive sound.


Now the Chorus Effect, it’s an effect I do love and never switch off, getting a richer sound. I used the MXR Analog Chorus that gives a warm effect without being too invading.

MXR Analog Chorus

I also used on songs “Self-Mystery Girl”, “Endless” (on lead guitars), “Lustful Feelings” (on chorus lead guitars) the MXR Flanger. Very good pedal, always musical without drowning the guitar in its effect.

For the Delay, effect I also never switch off, I only used the Electro-Harmonix Memory Man. It’s an analog one, the sound is dirtier than a digital one (that I used on previous albums) but fits better in the sound by adding a luscious feel without drowning the guitar with its echos.

And at last, I used a TC Electronics Arena Reverb. It’s a digital one but I prefer Digital reverb more detailed and realistic adding space and air to the sound.

I forgot, I also used an Electro-Harmonix Bad Stone Phaser on the “Endless” rainy guitar, giving movement to the ebow lead.