THE FIRST PART OF THE UPDATE
– For everyone, including Jan Dobaczewski –
It’s Nomat Ibant of Demilich Clothing And Postponing New Music Dept, nice to practice some docking with you guys here on the Internet! For you, lovely ladies, I just bow as if I was a gentleman.
Antti has continued composing new material with a surprisingly fast and logarithmically accelerating pace, and the guys have been rehearsing biweekly after “The Total Meltdown Of Mr Boman’s Mind During The Earlier Parts Of 2020 (Still Recovering…)”. Over three quarters (3/4) of the material required for the release is practically ready!
The release? That will finally be revealed in “Rotting Ways to Misery – The History of Finnish Death Metal” book, out on next Monday (30th November) Continue reading An update for everyone, except only partially for Jan Dobaczewski
Hi, it’s Nomat Ibant from Demilich Corn Flour Center, nice to shake hands with you again! Figuratively, of course, in these times of coronavirus and you masturbating wildly and still not washing your hands properly.
Continue reading Tacos, margaritas and death metal
Antti wrote this on his personal blog:
Looking for: A guitar pedal maker for either a Demilich branded distortion pedal or a single handmade item.
Continue reading A custom guitar pedal for Antti?
Helsinki (/ˈhɛlsɪŋki, hɛlˈsɪŋki/: The capital and most populous city of Finland. Centered around the famous Piritori.
Continue reading A lecture via information about a live show and merchandise reservation
The video clip we posted some days ago told you a beautiful story about altruistic devotion and overflowing love on a day of July. Continue reading An update on everything important in your life here
We streamed the whole Demilich live show from Symbolic Open Air 2019, including 35 minutes of backstage action before and after the show.
Continue reading The “I told you to join” clip of Demilich live show from Symbolic Open Air 2019
Summer – Hellfest & Chaos Descends
I had wanted to play at Hellfest for so many years, and got to do it on July 2018. Continue reading The wrap-up of Demilich’s year 2018½, part 1/3