The Devil’s Blood
Top Five Psych Rock Records That Changed Our Lives With Molassess
November 23, 2020 Chris Dick
Dark psych rock outfit Molassess (ex-The Devil’s Blood) dig into the vaults to list the Top 5 Records That Changed Their Lives.
Full Album Stream: Molassess – “Through the Hollow”
October 15, 2020 Emily Bellino
The Devil’s Blood singer Farida Lemouchi explores a new kind of darkness with occult psychedelic rock outfit Molassess.
Former The Devil’s Blood Vocalist Farida Lemouchi Returns with Molasses
November 27, 2018 Decibel Magazine
Roadburn 2019 commission the return of ex-The Devil’s Blood frontwoman Farida Lemouchi in a special new project.
Selim Lemouchi: 1980-2014
March 5, 2014 Justin Norton
Metal musicians quote Nietzsche far too much, almost as much as they quote H.P. Lovecraft. Sometimes it’s for blatant and misdirected political purposes; other times, to add a veneer of intellectual heft to mediocre material. But when you consider the short life of musician Selim Lemouchi, one of the German thinker’s best known quotes resonates:…
STREAMING: Bloody Hammers — “Black Magic”
December 12, 2012 Justin Norton
It looks like “occult rock” (i.e. heavier music with discernible song structures and radio potential) isn’t going away in 2013. We’re not sure if we were swayed by necromancy or the fact that there’s a naked lady on the cover (likely the latter) but we’re streaming an exclusive premiere of the track “Black Magic” by…
Beyond the Veil: Decibel Tour ’12
June 5, 2012 Shawn Macomber
Backstage at the Philadelphia stop of the inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour with Nergal from Behemoth. Plus Watain, The Devil’s Blood, In Solitude, some guy in the pit wearing a sombrero, etcetera… If you enjoy this, please check out previous Decibel video segments with Morbid Angel and Bonded by Blood.
INTERVIEW: Watain check in from the Decibel Tour
May 4, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
Watain’s arrival in the US might be bad news to priggish guardians of Christian morality but it’s good news for butchers who have ordinarily found animal’s blood harder to shift than the flesh. Watain require a lot of blood, and it doesn’t have to be fresh. It’s better if it isn’t. We can only presume…
STREAMING: The Devil’s Blood “Die the Death”
January 9, 2012 Chris Dick
Self-described “occult rock” outfit The Devil’s Blood garnered a fair amount of attention on 2008’s Come Reap EP. Now that time separates Come Reap from The Devil’s Blood’s lauded debut, 2009’s The Time Of No Time Evermore, the mysterious, Fenriz-approved Dutch duo has prepared yet another ritual in the form of The Thousandfold Epicentre, a…