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The Devil's Blood


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The Netherlands (2007 – 2013)

The Devil’s Blood ( was an occult rock band from The Netherlands formed in 2007.

“We will serve you with what can best be described as a Satanic Ritual in which crowd participation becomes pivotal. You will wear our blood, you will taste our hunger, you will devour our spiritual release. Although far above you and unattainable for you in the current stages of your evolution, We, the acolytes of His immortal will, welcome you to join us in a night of violence, substance abuse, love and hate. We would just as gladly be a place of worship, a church if you will, for true believers as we would be a left hand exit point for those still on the side of the pure and holy. We would take your offering and redirect it back into The Source of Darkness. We would be your pathway to Chaos. Rejoice, the time of no time evermore is coming.

What can you expect musically?

Without saying too much, or saying nothing at all, you can expect a frenzy of rock n roll flavoured hard rock that speaks of times decades past, no modernisms, no trends, no high end sounds. Just Vintage rock music in the vein of Roky Erickson, Black Widow, Coven, Black Sabbath and a rich plethora of sixties and seventies underground psychedelic rock bands too numerous to mention. Although The Devil’s Blood are inspired and fueled by their love for these bands they are not a tribute band in any way or form. Instead we offer new, original, fresh material to strengthen our live rituals and appease our Master’s senses.

So even though The Devil’s Blood play “old time music” they do it with the same creative and artistic drive as their inspirators.”


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  • Samoroth

    @Veloscire: Laat hem voor jou pure oer-inspiratie zijn!

    31 May 12:06pm Reply
  • jurekrakowiecka

    21 May 6:38pm Reply
  • Voloscire

    This is very weird. Some years ago I was really excited by the music, and was kind of put off, yet fascinated by the rituals they did. Selim was an interesting and very bright guy. Even though I am not really a fan of Satanism, whether it be theistic, non-theistic, LaVeyan, etc. his thoughts about the world, the music, and the metaphysical side of his beliefs intrigued me. Now I'm returning to their music, more openminded than ever, and now I see he is not around anymore. Damn.

    20 May 11:36pm Reply
  • ShaneB85

    One Year Gone. R.I.C Selim Lemouchi

    5 Mar 5:01pm Reply
  • Machiventa


    5 Mar 5:35am Reply
  • mzuurhout

    one year [1]

    4 Mar 9:30am Reply
  • jurekrakowiecka

    one year

    4 Mar 8:59am Reply
  • Satan1st

    шикарная команда

    8 Jan 4:32am Reply
  • eidole

    "Were Farida and Selim married or just siblings." Siblings: brother and sister

    5 Nov 2014 Reply
  • GothNoel

    бл*ть, ненавижу, когда узнаешь о крутой группе и оказывается, что она год назад распалась >_<

    31 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Necrophant

    tabula rasa is brilliant but that ride drives me fucking crazy haha

    27 Oct 2014 Reply
  • darkgnome

    Hopefully he is at rest WITH the demons that haunted him.

    25 Oct 2014 Reply
  • XHS207GA

    Brother and sister.

    19 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Melkor-vala

    Were Farida and Selim married or just siblings.

    19 Sep 2014 Reply
  • deadmarc

    This has made me fucking sad. Hopefully he is at rest from whatever demons haunted him. Farida - if you ever read it, deepest condolences.

    11 Jul 2014 Reply
  • ManOfMotley

    It's just like Jarboe went heavy metal <3

    16 Jun 2014 Reply
  • darkgnome

    SlaveOfN1l: Every time I listen to it I hear brilliance and want to listen to it again. When I do it usually sounds pretty shitty. Sad that it had to go that way.

    13 Jun 2014 Reply
  • StonedDisciple


    2 Jun 2014 Reply
  • dcascato

    I never thought I would be that upset. R.I.P.

    4 May 2014 Reply
  • SlaveOfN1l

    Tabula Rasa sounded like a scattered collection of classic TDB parts that were poorly connected in one long and extended acid trip. Pretty good at the end of the day, but nothing really worth revisiting relative to the brilliance of all their other stuff

    27 Apr 2014 Reply
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