31 December 2008 at 16:38 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A nice present from dEUS on the official podcast: Tom and Mauro playing The Architect unplugged.




30 December 2008 at 09:36 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom interviewed about the tour, the new videoclip and the new album. He says they're planning to finish and release the new album in 2009. And he hopes to continue touring as well since the album is released in Australia and Japan. And they're gonna do some festivals also next summer....



26 December 2008 at 11:43 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

I've setup a little dEUS-quiz. Questions were made by me and Paul. Enjoy!









25 December 2008 at 06:58 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom went to see the boxfight of Sugar Jackson vs Carlos Baldomir last weekend. He was interviewed shortly in this tv-item. Tom says he respects athletes a lot because they have to be at their best during the game. If they have a bad day, they lose. According to Tom it's not that bad to have a bad day on stage, because you can always hide it.

(thx to Gilles)

at 06:55 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Dutch band De Staat, who supported dEUS in the UK last october, did a cover of The Architect during the VPRO Song of the year 2008. Click here to listen to it.

(thx to Paul en Harry)

at 06:51 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Smokers Reflect
  6. Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  10. Nothing Really Ends
  11. Bad Timing
  12. If You Don't Get What You Want
  13. Instant Street
  14. Morticiachair
    ----
  15. Eternal Woman
  16. Little Arithmetics
  17. Oh Your God
  18. Magdalena
  19. Roses
  20. What We Talk About (When We Talk About Love)
  21. Suds & Soda (inc Jeugd van Tegenwoordig)

(thx to Remko & V.J. Berk)



at 06:48 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. Slow
  2. Instant Street
  3. Fell off the floor, man
  4. Is a robot
  5. Smokers reflect
  6. Turnpike
  7. The architect
  8. Favourite game
  9. Nothing really ends
  10. Bad timing
  11. If you don't get what you want
  12. Suds & Soda
    ---
  13. Roses
  14. Oh your god
  15. Serpentine

(thx to Remko)



23 December 2008 at 21:10 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments


Since the year is almost over and we shouldn't probably)expect any dEUS-news soon, I'd like to post a short thank you-message to all the people who contributed to this blog this year (Jean-Yves, Denis, Arthur, Eva, Thijs, Michael, Gilles, Harry, Paul, ... and all the other ones I forgot about). Thanks a lot for your input. It's been a great help to keep this blog up to date.
Also a big thank you to Christian and Tom for the 'leaking' of official news and all the extra's (the prelistening-session, the gigs, ....) that made 2008 a dEUS-year I'll never forget.
And ofcourse also a big thank you to Tom, Alan, Klaas, Mauro, Stéphane and the whole crew for being so omnipresent this year.
See you soon!
Bart


at 21:07 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

I just did some updates on the tour-overview page and I noticed we're missing quite a lot of setlists. If anyone can add one or more setlists that would be great. Check this page to find out what we're missing and drop me a line with your feedback.

at 20:58 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

I know it's difficult to compare gigs, but since I saw dEUS 10 times the last months, I decided to make my personal top-10 of dEUS-gigs this year.

  1. 11/12/2008 - Vorst Nationaal, Vorst, Belgium setlist - review
  2. 30/04/2008 - Droixhe, Luik, Belgium setlist - review
  3. 06/07/2008 - Rock Werchter, Werchter, Belgium : setlist - review
  4. 03/05/2008 - Cactus at MAZ, Brugge, Belgium: setlist - review
  5. 07/12/2008 - 013, Tilburg, The Netherlands: setlist - review
  6. 10/12/2008 - Vorst Nationaal, Vorst, Belgium: setlist - review
  7. 01/05/2008 - Het Depot, Leuven, Belgium: setlist - review
  8. 05/05/2008 - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium: setlist - review
  9. 06/04/2008 - Mezz, Breda, The Netherlands setlist - review
  10. 29/04/2008 - Muziekodroom, Hasselt, Belgium: setlist - review


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19 December 2008 at 20:23 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

It's look like it's Christmas-time: another dEUS-torrent has popped up: Le Bataclan, Paris, France (18/10/99)

(thx to Denis)

at 07:20 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A torrent from the 1996-gig in La Nef, Angoulême is available here.

18 December 2008 at 07:21 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The last episode of the official tour-podcast has been published. Check it out here.

17 December 2008 at 12:36 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Stéphane talking about 2008 on Studio Brussel. His personal tourhighlight was the Parades de Coura-festival in Portugal.

(thx to Frederiek)

at 12:12 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The Vorst Nationaal-torrent is now also available on Dime.

16 December 2008 at 09:33 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Noize Makes Enemies about The Vanishing Of Maria Schneider:

The music is repetitive and as the voices don’t ever really show any edge, pitch or change in tempo it’s all a little bit too repetitive.The second stage of the song, can be slightly reminiscent of earlier Coldplay; musically it’s not too bad, however it is nowhere near as good, and their lyrics are not worthy of noting.




15 December 2008 at 10:09 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments


You can now bid on an exclusive canvas of the Vantage Point album cover. It's autographed by the band. All proceeds go to Music for Life. More info here. The auction ends on December 22nd.


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12 December 2008 at 17:41 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Oh boy. They sure did save the best for last. Great sound, great crowd, great gig. I was standing front row right before Klaas. What a difference compared to wednesday when I was sitting somewhere in the back.

The first part of setlist was mainly the same as on wednesday. The big difference was the fact they skipped Let's See Who Goes Down First during the regular set and immediately jumped from Bad Timing to If You Don't Get What You Want, followed by Suds & Soda. Since Bad Timing is a real crowd pleaser, they could easily stretch the vibe. Wednesday they more or less broke it by playing a rather calm and less known song. And I shouldn't tell you the extactic crowd reaction during Instant Street.

They kicked of the encores with Magdalena. It felt so good to hear that song again after all those years. I don't like the new version of Little Arithmetics without the outro. They probably leave it out to make the fade in to Oh Your God smoother, but it just doesn't fit well. The first part of the encores ended with Serpentine.

They came back a second time. I was thinking they would only play Roses, but they started with Let's See Who Goes Down First. And Roses was a brilliant ending of another brilliant gig.

at 14:20 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

RTBF broadcasted an item on the making of The Ideal Crash. You can listen to it on the podcast.

(thx to Carine)

at 12:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom will deejay at Bal09, Brussels's most exclusive New Year's Eve party. Since it's Tom's birthday, you can probably expect a real party-set.

at 12:01 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A torrent from the 1st Vorst-gig is available on Lossless.fr.

(thx to Denis)

at 07:32 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The first gig in Vorst reviewed by Michael Illegems.

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at 07:19 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Smokers Reflect
  6. Theme From Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Nothing Really Ends
  10. Bad Timing
  11. If You Don't Get What You Want
  12. Suds & Soda
  13. Morticiachair
  14. Instant Street
    ---
  15. Magdalena
  16. Little Arithmetics
  17. Oh Your God
  18. Serpentine
    ---
  19. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  20. Roses


11 December 2008 at 15:33 posted by Jean-Yves 1 Comment

On January 19, Belgian singer Axelle Red will release a new album called "Sisters & Empathy". That's her first record in English (she usually sings in French). The record will feature a duet with Tom Barman, and Mauro Pawlowski also contributes guitar parts.

It's not the first time Axelle and Tom sing together: back in 2000, Axelle joined Tom on stage at the Dranouter Festival, where they sang Serpentine. That performance was later released as a bonus track to Axelle Red's best-of album.

Tom Barman also directed Axelle Red's video for her 1995 single "Le Monde tourne mal".



[source: Le Soir]

at 14:00 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A quick review of the first Vorst-night. Although it was my nineth dEUS-gig this year, I was really looking forward to the first night in Vorst. I have great memories of the previous dEUS-gigs in Vorst (March 2006) and I was hoping it would even be better this time.

Compared to other gigs I saw in Vorst, the sound was ok during most of the songs. And they more or less played the same set as in Tilburg (they only added Serpentine). No suprises, no special guests, just a super sharp gig with brilliant versions of Instant Street, Bad Timing and Roses as my personal highlights.

There was also a small lightshow, really sober, but very nice. The only thing I was missing were big screens. We were sitting in the back and it's a shame most of the people were missing close ups of the band and Mauro's coolness.

It's also strange to see that the audience will only go crazy on the oldies. Ok, it wasn't a very young audience, but reaction on The Architect was very lame. Still this gig was one of the best I saw this year. And there's even more tonight....

at 13:45 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A new episode of the official podcast is available. It's about the tour in Luxembourg and The Netherlands.

at 12:44 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Smokers Reflect
  6. Theme From Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  10. Nothing Really Ends
  11. Bad Timing
  12. If You Don't Get What You Want
  13. Instant Street
  14. Morticiachair
  15. Suds & Soda
    ---
  16. Eternal Woman
  17. Little Arithmetics
  18. Oh Your God
  19. Serpentine
    ---
  20. Roses


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at 08:59 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

There's a small interview with Tom on the Le Soir-website. Tom says it's normal the crowd reacts more on Instant Street than on The Architect. Songs need some time to install them in the public's mind.

They are planning to record a new album in 2009 and they also want to do some gigs in places they've never been before.

Just before Tom gets on stage he lights another cigarette.

(thx to Jyves)

8 December 2008 at 20:56 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Next thursday there will be an afterparty at Recyclart in Brussels. It's invitation only, but Recyclart is giving away 50*2 tickets over here. Just send an e-mail to info@reclyclart.be with the subject-line JE VEUX ETRE TOM BARMAN.


(thx to Bart)


at 14:29 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

As the Vantage Point-tour is nearly over, I grabbed my chance to go and check out dEUS in a regular venue before the grand apotheose in Vorst Nationaal later this week. It was the first time I went to 013 in Tilburg and the venue is really cool: the stage is wide, the room has an arena-feeling due to the stairs and there's a nice balcony. I bet everybody had a great view on the stage.

We arrived around eight o' clock, just in time to catch Expatriate. The Australians did a great job as a support act. Not that impressive as The Blackbox Revelation during the spring-tour, but nice enough to get in the right mood.

dEUS came on stage around nine o'clock. The first part of the gig was more or less the same that during the Amsterdam-gigs. I saw the first Amsterdam-gig on the internet and noticed that things have changed a lot since the last time I saw dEUS in July this year on Rock Werchter.

It's obvious that the band now has almost total control on the live-aspect of the Vantage Point-songs. And it's great that a couple of oldies have made it to the setlist again. It's so nice to hear Everybody's weird or Let's See Who Goes Down First again. And Little Arithmetics and Morticiachair during the encores. They also played Eternal Woman, but without Lies Lorquet. Alan did Lies' lines. No Serpentine or Magdalena, but let's hope they keep that one for Vorst (on both nights please ;-)).

Two funny moments: when Tom was hit by his guitar while changing guitars before Instant Street, he asked for a tissue. Somebody threw a sac of paper tissues on stage. Tom said thank you and Mauro asked if somebody had a christmas tree. And Klaas made a mistake during one of the violin-bridges of Morticiachair. Instead of Drop the phone Mauro sang Drop the song...

Tilburg was nice. Tilburg was great. And I bet Vorst will even be greater.

at 14:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Two new torrents have been published on Dimeadozen.



at 10:18 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Smokers Reflect
  6. Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  10. Nothing Really Ends
  11. Bad Timing
  12. If You Don't Get What You Want
  13. Instant Street
  14. Suds & Soda
    ---
  15. Oh Your God
  16. Little Arithmetics
  17. Roses
  18. Eternal Woman
  19. Morticiachair


6 December 2008 at 20:20 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man!
  4. Slow
  5. Smoker's Reflect
  6. Theme From Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  10. Magdalena
  11. Bad Timing
  12. If You Don't Get What You Want
  13. Instant Street
  14. Morticiachair
    ----
  15. Eternal Woman
  16. Little Arithmetics
  17. Oh Your God
  18. Roses
  19. What We Talk About (When We Talk About Love)
  20. Suds & Soda (+Jeugd van Tegenwoordig)


at 20:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Tom has won the award for Best Videoclip at the Internationaal Kortfilmfestival Leuven (IKL) for Eternal Woman. It's the second time Tom wins the award. He also won it in 2003 for Jumpneedle (Magnus).


5 December 2008 at 19:52 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The gig at the Bataclan reviewed by TF1.

at 19:48 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The first gig in Paradiso reviewed by Nu.nl.

at 19:45 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Dutch hiphop-band De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig joined dEUS on stage during Suds & Soda yesterday at Paradiso, Amsterdam to perform their song Hollereer.


(thx to Kevin)

at 19:27 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Tara from the UK is selling three tickets for the last gig of the Vantage Point-tour next thursday in Vorst Nationaal. Price is 38 euro/ticket. If you're interested contact her through e-mail.

at 10:39 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Oor is giving away tickets for the dEUS-gig in Tilburg next sunday. More info here.

3 December 2008 at 22:20 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Everybody's Weird
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Smokers Reflect
  6. Turnpike
  7. Is A Robot
  8. The Architect
  9. Favourite Game
  10. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  11. Nothing Really Ends
  12. Bad Timing
  13. If You Don't Get What You Want
  14. Instant Street
  15. Suds & Soda
    ----
  16. Pocket Revolution
  17. Oh Your God
  18. Roses
  19. Serpentine
  20. Morticiachair


2 December 2008 at 09:26 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A new episode of the official podcast has been published. It's all about the gigs in France. One of the videos contains footage where the band is jamming with Alan on drums and Tom on the bass.



1 December 2008 at 21:35 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS will perform during the anniversary show of Dutch radioshow NightLiveXS next sunday at 013 in Tilburg. The band will do an interview and a short session. More info here and here. The show will be broadcasted on Kxradio.nl.

at 21:22 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Just noticed that the dEUS-page on the Belgian iTunes Music Store has been redesigned.

at 21:05 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Apparently, another single has been released today. A promo-single of The Vanishing of Maria Schneider has popped up on eBay, but this review more or less indicates it will be a regular single (in the UK only).

If anyone finds a better version of the artwork, please drop me a line.

The review:

dEUS, like Sonic Youth or Modest Mouse, are one of those bands that music critics love, indie kids worship and the general public tend to ignore.

This is no bad thing – avant garde Belgium rock isn’t everyone’s cup of tea – but new single The Vanishing of Maria Schneider might see them reach a broader audience, on the back of a guest vocal from Elbow’s man-of-the-moment, Guy Garvey.

A gorgeous dream-pop melody, courtesy of Garvey and dEUS frontman Tom Barman flirts with a gently nudging bassline as warm and fuzzy guitars drift pleasantly out of focus.

at 18:19 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Fabchannel will broadcast the dEUS-gig at Paradiso, Amsterdam next wednesday.

From Fabchannel.com:

This great news just came in. dEUS, one of the greatest bands to ever emerge from the always vibrant Belgium music scene, is playing here at the Paradiso, three night on a row. All concerts have been sold out for months and we get to show you it for free!This Wednesday you can tune in to your favorite online concert channel to watch dEUS’s entire Paradiso concert.

More info here.

28 November 2008 at 22:57 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

Apparently Tom was one of the persons that was asked for a series of commercials to celebrate the 120th anniversay of Cote D'or (chocolate). His video was never broadcasted, but it's available on Youtube.

at 22:48 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom interviewed in Portugal


(thx to Tijs)

at 22:44 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom talking about Stef Kamil Carlens as a part of a Canvas-documentary about SKC.


at 16:56 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The first Vorst-gig is now completely sold out. Tickets for the second gig on December 11th are still available here.

at 07:14 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The gig in Bordeaux is already available om Zombtracker.

at 07:12 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Stop Start Nature
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off The Floor
  5. Slow
  6. Smokers Reflect
  7. Theme From Turnpike
  8. The Architect
  9. Favourite Game
  10. Let See Who Goes Down First
  11. Magdalena
  12. Nothing Really Ends
  13. Bad Timing
  14. If You Don't Get
  15. Suds and Soda
    ---
  16. Everybody's Weird
  17. Oh Your God
  18. Little Arithmetics
  19. Morticia Chair


27 November 2008 at 12:31 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

Just noticed that Smokers Reflect is available in the Belgian iTunes Music Store as the next single. The digital download contains no b-sides.
Click on the iTunes-logo to download it. dEUS - Smokers Reflect - Single


25 November 2008 at 07:40 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Canvas+ (digital television) will air the Vantage Point Studio Concert tonight at 20.35 hour. Can anyone record it please?

at 07:09 posted by Bart Van Belle 4 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Is A Robot
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  5. Slow
  6. Smokers Reflect
  7. Turnpike
  8. The Architect
  9. Favourite Game
  10. Let's See Who Goes Down First
  11. Magdalena
  12. Nothing Really Ends
  13. Bad Timing
  14. Everybody's Weird
  15. If You Don't Get What You Want
  16. Suds & Soda
    ---
  17. Gimme The Heat
  18. Little Arithmetics
  19. Oh Your God
  20. Morticiachair
  21. Roses
    ----
  22. Serpentine

(thx to Denis)



22 November 2008 at 19:52 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Six dEUS-songs have made it to this year's 100 op 1, a list of the best Belgian songs ever by Radio 1. You'll notice that most dEUS-songs have lost some places compared to last year.

04. Nothing Really Ends (03)
17. Suds & Soda (11)
21. The Architect
59. Instant Street (31)
74. Little Arithmetics (39)
79. Hotellounge (23)

21 November 2008 at 21:45 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Stef Kamil Carlens is hosting a two day festival at the Ancienne Belgique this weekend called On the Wings of a Rabbit. On the Brusselnieuws.be-website he says he didn't think about asking Tom to perform because he wanted to keep it sober.

18 November 2008 at 21:17 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The Hickey Underworld will support dEUS in France except in Grenoble where dEUS will be on the same bill with Tindersticks.

A full tour-overview can be found here.

at 21:07 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Australian band Expatriate will support dEUS in Luxemburg, The Netherlands and Belgium. Check them out on Myspace.

(Source: dEUS.be)

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The Belgian postal services has recently launched a new set of stamps in their This Is Belgium-series. The set contains 10 stamps with 10 famous Belgian musicians. One stamp is dedicated to dEUS. More info (in Dutch) here.


at 13:27 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Michael's review of Mauro's performance at De Nachten last week.

at 13:25 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A nice VPRO-session where Adem plays his version of Hotellounge.

(thx to Wouter)

5 November 2008 at 15:55 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Tom will also deejay at the Salle des fêtes de Droixhe in Liege on November 14th. The Datsuns, Freaky Age and The Hickey Underworld will perform live.

(thx to Carine and Nathalie)

4 November 2008 at 19:44 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

MCM will broadcast the dEUS-gig at Les Eurockéennes tonight at 22.20 hour.

at 12:31 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom will deejay at Anarchic in the K-NAL in Brussels on November 21st.

(thx to Gilles)

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30 October 2008 at 19:55 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

  1. when she comes down
  2. is a robot
  3. instant street
  4. fell off the floor, man
  5. slow
  6. smokers reflect
  7. turnpike
  8. the architect
  9. favourite game
  10. magdalena
  11. nothing really ends
  12. bad timing
  13. if you don't get what you want
  14. suds and soda
    -----------
  15. eternal woman
  16. oh your god
  17. roses
  18. morticiachair

(thx to Laura)



28 October 2008 at 20:37 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Two new episodes of the official podcast have been published, covering the tour in Portugal and Spain.

at 20:29 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Milanese band Ministri will support dEUS during the Italian tour.

28/10/2008 - Viper, Firenze
29/10/2008 - New Age Club, Rondage
30/10/2008 - Rolling Stone, Milan
31/10/2008 - Vox Club, Nonantola
01/11/2008 - Velvet, Rimini

24 October 2008 at 12:51 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Ziggy's recording of the gig in Aula Magna, Lisboa is now available on Dimeadozen.

at 12:44 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Another new episode of the official podcast is available, reporting about the gigs in Dublin and London. Check it out here.

at 12:42 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Nine Stories will be supporting dEUS tonight in Madrid. Tu Madre will be the support act in Barcelona.

22 October 2008 at 20:10 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Et voila. A new episode of the official podcast is available. Check it out to find out what’s sexy about Austria.

at 20:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

João mailed me a review of the gig in Porto. Enjoy!

dEUS went up to the stage at 22:00 after a half hour anxious wait on the small and old venue in Porto. Finally they arrived with their usual charm and start playing When she comes down, the sound was great and I could hear everything from the great bass playin from Alan to the high notes of Klaas violin so it was great, and it was loud, very loud.

First song sounded even better that in the record (as almost all of the last record) and it ended up very aggressive. No stops right into the beautiful bass line of stop start nature with Barman taking the front of the stage almost with the public singing the verse of the song. So they have conquered the public. A little break and changing Tom’s guitar. Said good night and asked for F.C. Porto result on the Champions League (we lost) and straight ahead to instant street and was the first great moment of the evening, the song is great we all know, but live it is just orgasmic, going up until it blows at the end almost cross-faded with Fell of the floor, so, if the idea was to breathe between song, just forget it, you could not even think.

Fell of the floor got everyone dancing with its powerful spirit and again it ended as Slow had begun it was cool and passed the soul of the song in the album. “You want a crunch hit?” Tom asked this three times and then Theme From Turnpike, well this song is just amazing and then we can see Mauro in great shape screaming those savages noises in the furious climbing up phase of the song ending in very very noise and again, no stop to the mystic intro of smokers reflect, everybody singing and dancing very slow.

Then Barman, call Bucky and we got The Architect, now the theatre was like a disco, everybody crazy dancing and shaking hands, this one was better than I expected and Mauro got it great in the duet with Tom. Favorite game started and to be sincere I only recognized it with singing because I was thinking it was Is a robot, maybe I was confused already with the show, so great it was. Favorite game, a great rock anthem in this live performance, always very high and very fast and loud, as all the show.

Then we went to the most amazing sequence of dEUS songs I heard, Nothing really ends, great, great, great it’s all I can say, great changes made oh the song and now it holds for itself in the shows and I ended in a very loud and messy noise on purpose so we could pass right to Bad Timing, great song, great playing. Layer over layer, it’s very complicated to do that without fail but they one that perfect and it was a perfect walk to the higher point of the song. If you don’t get what you want brought the madness to the venue again, everybody dancing and singing.

And after that Suds & soda, it’s amazing how this song 14 years later is still so fresh, and the crowd answered and so, it’s hard to not jump as it’s hard to choose if you want to sing or if you want to scream Friday. Alan is playing much better this song (better then the last show I saw in 2006), Stephen in great drum playing and everything perfect. The song ended on the “can I break your sentiment” and passed to Oh Your God, in one hand I liked the transition but in another I missed the orgasmic last part of Suds & soda but if they done the last part was better to finish the show I think, so they went through Oh Your God and very well, so much noise and so much rhythm, this one just leaves anyone seeing things going around.

Then a stop and talk between Klaas and Tom, Klaas wanted to leave Tom wanted to stay one more song, so Tom won and Mauro said “bad meeting” and they played to the delight of everyone Magdalena, beautiful ending before the encore. This was the fastest break I’ve ever seen. One minute and a half out of stage and they were back again.

Tom Barman said that here in Portugal he has some bad habits and that we have bad habits to and the Roses everybody clapping and stop everything and Tom “You see? Bad habits! You don’t clap roses! You just snap your fingers.” It’s great the interaction between band and the crowd here in Portugal. So roses started and now it was for real. Great, it’s all I can say. Then Pocket Revolution with its dark ambience, very nice indeed. And then another classic that nobody expected for, Little Arithmetics and everybody singing the song and shaking hands to chaos that the song became at the end (a lovely chaos must say).

Then, Serpentine, full of soul and meaning. After that What we talk about in a much more rock version and much more fun than the record versionThe end, with the presentation of Mauro Pawlowski with a great applause, that was truly deserved because he was great during the whole show, and then he proved it again with Morticiachair, I was expecting this song but the most of the crowd don’t so it was a real surprise to everyone and well, A great ending. The song suits very well in Mauro’s voice and attitude.So in the end, this was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen and the cheapest one.

dEUS are in real great shape and now they really work as a band (in comparison with 2006 show) and they all seem to have great joy in playing not only the new songs but also the old ones that we all love. Can’t wait for the next show. Those were two great hours of show and I’m still trying to believe that they played 21 songs. Great.

at 19:53 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Stop-Start Nature
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off the Floor, Man
  5. Slow
  6. Smokers Reflect
  7. Theme from Turnpike
  8. The Architect
  9. Favourite Game
  10. Nothing Really Ends
  11. Bad Timing
  12. If You Don't Get What You Want
  13. Suds and Soda
  14. Oh Your God
  15. Magdalena
    ---
  16. For the Roses
  17. Pocket Revolution
  18. Little Arithmetics
  19. Serpentine
  20. What We Talk About (When We Talk About Love)
  21. Morticiachair

(thx to Pedro an Joao)



20 October 2008 at 22:53 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Last week's gig in London is now available for download at Dimeadozen.

at 22:50 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments



(thx to Andy)

at 13:20 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Instant Street
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Slow
  5. Theme From Turnpike
  6. The Architect
  7. Nothing Really Ends
  8. Bad Timing
  9. Smoker's Reflect
  10. Little Arithmetics
  11. If You Don't Get What You Want
  12. Suds & Soda
    ------------
  13. Oh Your God
  14. Serpentine
  15. For the Roses
  16. Favourite Game
  17. Morticiachair

(thx to João Pedro da Silva Faria Ribeiro)



at 10:49 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

(thx to Lovedeus)



at 08:28 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments




(thx to Lovedeus)

at 08:09 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS will play a small session at the Fnac Chiado in Lisboa monday evening at 18.30h.

at 07:57 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A nice set of pics from the gig in Manchester.

at 07:45 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Portuguese band Os Pontos Negros will support dEUS in Portugal. If anyone has news on the support acts in Spain, Italy and France, please leave a note in the comments.

18 October 2008 at 08:43 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A blogger's review of the gig in Dublin.

dEUS at Tripod on Monday night were ridiculously good, playing with such power and skill that I felt both sickened and highly relieved that bands like The Red Hot Chili Peppers sell out stadiums at massively inflated prices, whilst groups as good as this one have to toil away in pub-sized venues, charging 25 euro a head.


16 October 2008 at 11:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Instant Street
  3. Fell off the Floor
  4. Turnpike
  5. The Architect
  6. Favourite Game
  7. Slow
  8. Nothing Really Ends
  9. Bad Timing
  10. Little Arithmetics
  11. If you don't get what you want
  12. Suds & Soda
    --
  13. Smokers Reflect
  14. Oh Your God
  15. Roses
  16. Morticiachair
    --
  17. Serpentine

(thx to Dankell)



15 October 2008 at 09:22 posted by Bart Van Belle 4 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Instant Street
  3. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  4. Is A Robot
  5. Slow
  6. Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Nothing Really Ends
  10. Bad Timing
  11. If You Don't Get What You Want
  12. Suds And Soda
    ----
  13. Smokers Reflect
  14. Little Arithmetics
  15. Morticiachair
  16. Roses

(thx to Dan)



14 October 2008 at 20:43 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Belgium's greatest living graphic designer Guy Peellaert (born 1934) worked together with ao. The Rolling Stones, David Bowie en Martin Scorsese. For Focus Knack he portraid for the first time in his career dEUS. You can watch the picture here and a small video below.



(thx to Wouter)

12 October 2008 at 20:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

  1. Cold sun of circumstance
  2. The Architect
  3. Little arithmetics
  4. Eternal woman
  5. Serpentine
  6. Instant street
    ---
  7. Nothing Really Ends

(thx to Steven Adam)



at 20:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

  1. When she comes down
  2. Stop-Start Nature
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  5. Slow
  6. Oh Your God
  7. Turnpike
  8. The Architect
  9. Favourite Game
  10. Nothing Really Ends
  11. Bad Timing
  12. Suds & Soda
  13. If You Don't Get What You Want
  14. Dark Sets in
    ---
  15. Smokers Reflect
  16. Little Arithmetics
  17. Morticiachair
  18. Roses

(thx to Lovedeus and Arthur)



at 20:04 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments



(thx to Kevin)

at 19:55 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A new episode of the official dEUS-podcast is online now. Check it out here.

8 October 2008 at 08:59 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Stop-Start Nature
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  5. Slow
  6. Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Dark Sets In
  10. Smokers Reflect
  11. Nothing Really Ends
  12. Bad Timing
  13. If You Don't Get What You Want
  14. Suds & Soda
    ---
  15. Magdalena
  16. Oh Your God
  17. Roses

(thx to dEUSyourgod)



at 08:35 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

  1. slow
  2. stop-start nature
  3. instant street
  4. fell of the floor, man
  5. if you don't get what you want
  6. theme from turnpike
  7. the architect
  8. favorite game
  9. pocket revolution
  10. nothing really ends
  11. bad timing
  12. dark sets in
  13. morticiachair
  14. suds & soda
    ---
  15. when she comes down
  16. smokers reflect
  17. serpentine
  18. roses

(thx to Eva)



7 October 2008 at 20:22 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A small update on dEUS.be says the gig in Valencia on October 25th has been cancelled. Apparently Animal Collective, War on drugs and Vive la fête were scheduled to play the venue (Greenspace) the same day.

at 11:06 posted by Bart Van Belle 5 Comments

  1. When She Comes Down
  2. Oh Your God
  3. Instant Street
  4. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  5. Slow
  6. Turnpike
  7. The Architect
  8. Favourite Game
  9. Dark sets in
  10. Smokers Reflect
  11. Nothing Really Ends
  12. Bad Timing
  13. If You Don't Get What You Want
  14. Suds & Soda
    ---
  15. Pocket Revolution
  16. Serpentine
  17. What We Talk About

(thx to Lovedeus)



at 11:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Everybody's Weird was used in the show of Maison Martin Margiela during the Paris Fashion Week.



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at 20:17 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The website of Köln-based recordstore Normal is mentioning an instore gig dEUS will play there next saturday at five o' clock in the afternoon.

(thx to Lilly59237 on ISR)

at 20:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

dEUS played a new song during the gig in Copenhagen last week. According to the title of the Youtube-video it's called Dark Set In.


1 October 2008 at 19:09 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

More support acts have been announced today. Dutch band De Staat will support dEUS in the UK (Dublin, Manchester and London). On the 3voor12-website singer Torre Florims tells about his short meeting with Tom at the Lowlands-festival.

30 September 2008 at 14:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tonight dEUS will kick of the final part of the Vantage Point-tour in Helsinki. For a couple of dates there has apparently been announced a support act.

Murmansk will support dEUS in Finland tonight, while Sennen will be supporting on all other dates from October 3rd (Berlin) until October 11th (Köln).

Check the tour-overview for a complete overview.

20 September 2008 at 06:39 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

More tourdates in Italy have popped up on Last.FM. These dates have not been confirmed by dEUS.be so far.

29/10/2008 - New Age Club, Rondage
30/10/2008 - Rolling Stone, Milan
31/10/2008 - Vox Club, Nonantola
01/11/2008 - Velvet, Rimini

I updated the tour-overview and the tourmap with the latest info.

17 September 2008 at 20:59 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS will play another gig in The Netherlands. 013 in Tilburg has just announced dEUS will play there on December 7th. Presale starts next saturday.

16 September 2008 at 21:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

According to the Viper website dEUS will perform at the Viper Theatre venue in Firenze, Italy on October 28th.
(thx to Arthur)

at 07:33 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Exciting news. In a small interview with Nu.nl Mauro says they're already working on the next album. ''We're started out jamming and Tom has already record a couple of things"

12 September 2008 at 16:28 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

An extra gig in Luxembourg has just been added. dEUS will play Den Atelier on December 2nd too. Tickets are available now.

at 20:06 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The three gigs at Paradiso (Amsterdam) are completely sold out.

(thx to Judith)

at 12:02 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS has been nominated 3 times for the Belgian TMF Awards. They are nominated in the categories Best alternative, Best rock and Best album.
Click here to cast your votes.

8 September 2008 at 17:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A fan-video for Supermarket Song. More fan-videos here.



(Source: dEUS-fr)

at 17:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Last saturday Magnus did a dj-set at the Laundry Day-festival in Antwerp. They were interviewed by Studio Brussel and they announced a possible release of a new Magnus-single later this year.


7 September 2008 at 10:17 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Apparently an artist called Johnny Foreigner has 'stolen' a few lines from Hotellounge for his song Absolute Balance. You can listen to the song on Last.FM.

“You see that girl...” is from ‘Hotellounge’ by dEUS, one of the best songs ever written. Tom Barman, the singer, stole words from REM for the album that song’s on, so I felt I was more carrying on a tradition than stealing art.


at 10:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

A new episode of the official podcast has been published, including this video-impression of the trip to Portugal.


at 13:02 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment
4 September 2008 at 18:26 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

The official videos for Eternal Woman and Favourite Game have found their way to the Audio/video-page on dEUS.be. They will probably appear on the dEUS-Youtube-channel too.

(thx to Tijs)

3 September 2008 at 14:31 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

The exact dates for the dEUS-gigs in Portugal are now confirmed. dEUS will play Aula Magna in Lisboa on October 19th and Teatro Sá da Bandeira in Porto on October 21st.

I updated the tourmap and the tour overview with the latest info.

(Source: Last.FM)

2 September 2008 at 20:42 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A video of the Lowlands-gig has popped up on Dimeadozen. It's not the complete gig (about 55 minutes). Click here to download the torrent.

If you are interested in the audio of the gig: I made the 3voor12-broadcast available on the podcast.

at 08:51 posted by Bart Van Belle 4 Comments

The Ideal Tape is now available in mp3-format on the podcast. The torrent is still available here.

  1. Instant Street -6:00- (demo)
  2. Sam Peckinpah's Daughter - 3:47- (this take was b-sided on the Instant Street CD single
  3. Snuck Out -6:19 - (early 'Magdalena')
  4. Sixth & The Last -6:21- (early 'One Advice, Space')
  5. Sister Dew -8:04- (demo)

(thx to Dennis)



1 September 2008 at 18:14 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Eternal Woman is track of the day on Q Radio, the internetradio of Q Magazine. They describe dEUS as ,,probably the most consistent and long-faring act of the past couple of decades''.

About Eternal Woman:

Eternal Woman is taken from the band’s most recent album Vantage Point (astonishingly only their fifth when you consider that next year they mark their 20th year), and is a dreamy, string-bathed, harmony-rich beauty with an understated trebley, chiming acoustic guitar riff.

Let's hope other media in the UK will also give dEUS some coverage.

(Source: Knack.be)

at 14:24 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

According to this article the Eternal Woman-single will be released on September 8th.

at 14:07 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

3 songs from the gig at Oxegen are also available on Dimeadozen. Here's the torrent.

at 13:58 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

I received an interesting mail from Dennis yesterday evening. He has made a torrent-file of a demo-tape from the The Ideal Crash-sessions in 1998. It contains 5 songs, including early demo-versions of Instant Street, Sam Peckinpah's Daughter and Sister Dew. Too titles on the tape have made their way in other versions: Snuck Out became Magdalena and Sixth & The Last became One Advice, Space.

The torrent is available here. (I've asked Dennis permission to publish it in mp3-format for those of you who don't have acces to Dime)

at 13:04 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Tom was interviewed by Studio Brussel about the Ostend Filmfestival. You can listen to it on the podcast.

at 12:19 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The complete Lowlands-gig is now available on 3voor12. Click here to listen to it.

at 12:16 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Apparently the gig at the Cabaret Vert-festival last saturday was cancelled because of problems with Tom's voice.

29 August 2008 at 07:16 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS.be has confirmed a bunch of dates in Dublin, Manchester and Spain. dEUS will play Dublin on October 13th, Manchester on October 14th. Four shows in Spain are scheduled as well. The Spanish tour kicks off in Santiago on October 23rd, then hits Madrid on October 24th, Valencia on October 25th & finally Barcelona on the 26st.

13/10/2008 - Tripod, Dublin, Ireland
14/10/2008 - Academy 3, Manchester, UK
23/10/2008 - Sala Capitol, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
24/10/2008 - Joy Eslava, Madrid, Spain
25/10/2008 - Greenspace, Valencia, Spain
26/10/2008 - Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain

I added the dates to the tour overview and the tourmap.

27 August 2008 at 22:48 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Two news concertdates have appeared on Last.FM and the I Suffer Rock-community.

  • Tuesday 14 October 2008 at Academy 3, Manchester (UK)
  • Thursday 23 October 2008 at Capitol, Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

It's not clear what will happen with the Dublin-gig that was scheduled for October 14th (and confirmed on the dEUS podcast)



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at 11:27 posted by Bart Van Belle 4 Comments

The venue for the gig in London has also been changed. dEUS will play the Koko instead of the (larger) Forum.

(thx to chloé)

at 08:02 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

You can watch dEUS perform The Architect live at Lowlands on 3voor12. If anyone is able to capture the video, please drop me a line.

(thx to Matthijs)

at 07:36 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

There's an interview with Tom about the Filmfestival in Oostende in Het Nieuwsblad today (available online here). He talks about the fact is not really following new movie (and music) releases. He had to choose 10 movies for the festival and selected 10 comedies because he once read an interview with Sean Penn who said there's too few comedy on filmfestivals.

21 August 2008 at 22:13 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

(thx to Vincenzo)



at 13:58 posted by Bart Van Belle 2 Comments

According to a press release from V2 Benelux the Eternal Woman video will be aired on 3voor12-tv next week.

(thx to Kevin)

20 August 2008 at 07:12 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

I case you didn't notice yet: Sherpa is still selling tickets for both Vorst Nationaal-show. Click here to order.

at 07:10 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

The gig at Den Atelier, Luxembourg on December 1st 2008 is sold out.

(thx to Arthur)

at 07:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

I've decided to change the comment-settings because of the crap some people were posting here. You'll need a Google/Blogger or OpenID-account to comment this blog from now on.

19 August 2008 at 07:16 posted by Bart Van Belle 10 Comments

  1. Instant Street
  2. Fell Off The Floor, Man
  3. Theme From Turnpike
  4. The Architect
  5. Favourite Game
  6. Slow
  7. Smokers Reflect
  8. Nothing Really Ends
  9. Bad Timing
  10. If You Don't Get What You Want
  11. Suds & Soda
  12. Roses
    ---
  13. Serpentine
  14. Oh Your God

(thx to Sadie)



at 07:15 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment



at 21:26 posted by Bart Van Belle 9 Comments

A small item on the website of De Standaard with Tom talking about the fact he loves touring more than being at home. He also says he doesn't like to headline a festival as the last act because people are getting tired and are thinking of ways to get home. He also says they will browse their archives when preparing the fall tour... So which songs would you like to hear during the coming clubshows?

at 21:22 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

An interview with Tom cruisin' in a golfcar on the Lowlands-festivalarea.

(thx to Judith)

11 August 2008 at 20:54 posted by Bart Van Belle 14 Comments

Saddie translated an Romanian interview. Click here to read it.

at 20:41 posted by Bart Van Belle 6 Comments

Magnus will be performing on Laundry Day in Antwerp on September 6th. You can catch Tom and CJ on the Bacardi B-LIVE MAIN STAGE from 21:10 until 22:30.

(thx to Gilles)

8 August 2008 at 13:02 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Vantage Point reviewed by All Music.

Always an underrated band, dEUS have surprisingly made a strong return to form with Vantage Point.



(thx to Paul)



at 11:16 posted by Bart Van Belle 12 Comments

The gig at Le Zenith in Paris has been transfered to Le Bataclan, a smaller venue. Tickets already bought remain valid. New tickets are availabe here.

(source: dEUS-fr)

at 10:39 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

A new episode of the official tourpodcast is online, reporting about the gigs in Italy, including two Youtube-snippets. Click here for more.

7 August 2008 at 17:17 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

There's an interview with Tom about the Ostend Filmfestival in De Standaard today.

Here's a list of the movies he selected

  • Broadway Danny Rose (Woody Allen)
  • C'est arrivé près de chez vous (Benoit Poelvoorde)
  • Flirting with Disaster (David O. Russel)
  • Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis)
  • Le goût des autres (Agnès Jaoui)
  • Living in Oblivion (Tom DiCillo)
  • Midnight Rub (Martin Brest)
  • The Big Lebowski (Joel & Ethan Coen)
  • The Man without a Past (Aki Kaurismaki)
  • The Snapper (Stephen Frears)


6 August 2008 at 15:10 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

As mentioned before Tom will be the central guest of the Ostend Filmfestival. Tom has selected his 10 favourite comedys and will introduce the movies during the festival. He will probably do a dj-set too.

The complete program of the festival will be available tomorrow. A press release mentions Broadway Danny Rose by Woody Allen and The Big Lebowksi by the Coen Brothers as movies selected by Tom.

at 11:28 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

I added this blog and the podcast to the Facebook Blog Network. You can become a fan of this blog here and of the podcast here.

4 August 2008 at 11:03 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Just noticed that a small version of the artwork for the Favourite Game-single is available on the dEUS-Myspace. No further info (b-sides, release date,...) on the item so far. If anyone knows more about it, please leave a note in the comments.

at 07:37 posted by Bart Van Belle 1 Comment

Tom has announced two gigs in Portugal at the Paredes de Coura-festival. dEUS will play gigs in Lisboa and Porto in October.

(Source: Blitz)

1 August 2008 at 17:08 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

dEUS.be has just confirmed a bunch of dates for the fall/winter-tour. Compared to the list I published earlier this week, the only new date is the gig at Nosturi, Helsinki on September 30th. Check the tourpage of dEUS.be for more info.

at 09:30 posted by Bart Van Belle 0 Comments

Apparently Martina Stella was already dEUS-related before the Eternal Woman-video. She plays in the movie L'ultimo bacio and she makes her appearance in the movie on the notes of Serpentine.