"In mirrors digged up from the earth I see myself / Lambent upon my childhood fields in wounds" (Inmost Nigredo)
Fan homage to one of the best dark rock bands ever: In Solitude.
As well as to related artistic manifestations.

Monday 19 February 2024

The Devil's Blood web shop to be reopen on March 4th, 2024


 Amazing news have made their way to the surprised eyes of many earlier today, when with an official statement published on The Devil's Blood Facebook page, it has been announced that their official web shop will reopen on March 4th, 2024, day which marks ten years since the passing of Selim Lemouchi.

Limited editions, rare tour t-shirts and exclusive merchandise will be available on the shop, reaching all the loyal listeners of The Devil's Blood who have been waiting to be able to get official merchandise and who will join the occasion to commemorate and celebrate the legacy of Selim Lemouchi.

Let us keep our eyes on the official website : thedevilsblood.com then, waiting for the day of the reopening!

Friday 16 February 2024

PÅGÅ, Lukas Häger and WHALESONG live in Budapest in March 2024

Planetnoir Industries has just announced that PÅGÅ, Lukas Häger and Whalesong will play a live show in Budapest on March 11th, 2024!
The event will take place at A38 and more information can be found on the official event page.
As usual, all links and details of this and of all the other PÅGÅ and Lukas Häger upcoming live dates, can be found in the partake section of this website.



Meanwhile to get in the mood for the show:
PÅGÅ on Bandcamp and on our dedicated page
Lukas Häger at End All Parties on Facebook, YouTube and Bandcamp
WHALESONG on Facebook, Instagram and Bandcamp

Friday 9 February 2024

Focus On: PÅGÅ

PÅGÅ, 2023. Image courtesy of PÅGÅ


“Out of a great lust to encounter the unknown and to explore the boundless in us this record/work came about, in the hands of The High Spirit Rebel. We wish this may serve as great entertainment, a bad enemy, an instrument and a match.
Enter! Step in!”


With these words in 2020, PÅGÅ, duo consisting of Pelle & Gottfrid Åhman, introduced their debut album "The Evil Year" (Svart Records, November 2020) to the outside world.

As we later became aware though, the seeds of this album had been planted quite a few years before: "In late 2016 me and Pelle spent a night playing each other all kinds of songs and sketches we individually had been working on during the year. In this soup of sounds there were a few pieces that seemed to carry some kind of thread or a mood maybe and it was something about the juxta-positioning of the pieces, with their different production qualities, that we found really intriguing. We could also see a story or at least a musical narrative playing out, and that night we more or less had a track order done. Then it took us about four years to get the sounds right. Many factors were at play in why it needed all this time. One of the biggest being living quite a distance from each other for a couple of years which made things a little trickier. We worked until it was done and it happened to take four years this time", explained Gottfrid in our interview back in March 2021.

Regardless of the time it took to actually being released, when it came out it certainly impressed many of us listeners, with its strange, enigmatic and haunting soundscapes, moving from psychedelic blues to moments of instrumental, dark ambient. Pelle and Gottfrid made it immediately clear when the album was released, that it has never been intended to be played live.