In 2006 and 2007, Vincent Dupas wrote and toured with Faustine Seilman (Collectif-Effervescence 2007) and purged himself with Fordamage (screeching noise-rock). In 2008, he has turned a new page with a solo album entitled "At the wolf pit" a clear/unclouded and spontaneous recording with the help of Antoine Lacoste in October of 2007 and Jonathan Seilman in March of 2008.
Although "At the wolf pit" still walks along the trodden path of folk music, Dupas doesn't stop this time at the frontier of the United States; rather, he moves towards the music of the East, adapting in English an old Hungarian traditional song (‘Hidegen fújnak a szelek’, ‘winds are blowing cold’), and even breathes winds that descend from Ireland and Scotland.
The stories of MNIN evoke God, protest, unjustified death, the tribulations of old age, power and meditation. With a lighter tone, he revisits "Eye in the Sky" by Alan Parson Project, and the album closes with a re-adaptation of a song from his first opus, a special wink at a certain friend.