dEUS Trying It Out In A Small Venue

Belgian GodsĀ dEUS – without a shadow of a doubt the best band in Belgium‘s rock
history – did a try-out for their upcoming tour to promote new album How To Replace It? last Thursday at a small venue in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.

The gig sold out in only 20 seconds, yes, only 20 seconds.

And as try-outs go, it’s about trying to incorporate new songs into a mixed set of old and new and make it work. They are not there yet, but when the new tunes get familiar to the ears, it’ll piece of cake to fire up audiences soon all over Europe.

The set’s opener, the standout title track off the LP.

Picture this.

I want a chandelier like that

Tom Barman: “where are the others”





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Waking Up With Belgian Gods dEUS And The Phenomenal Title Track Of New LP

Works faster and harder than caffeine

14 February 2023

(Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

Without a shadow of a doubt in my mind dEUS
is the best band ever in Belgium‘s music history,
on record and on stage.

They rock their tails off since 1991. And a couple of weeks
ago they announced their 8th LP called HOW TO REPLACE IT
which lands this Friday, 17th February. Their first full-length in
10 years.

Order info here.

Ahead of Friday the Belgian Gods make us drool again with another piece off the longplayer, the title track. A phenomenal tour de force. A mid-tempo stunner, driven
by big drums and frontman Tom Barman‘s mesmerizing vocality, and advances with swelling orchestration onto the grand symphonic climax.

Press play.

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Belgian Heroes dEUS Share Moody Reverie ‘1989’ From First Album In 10 Years

New striking strokes

24 January 2023

(Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

Belgian heroes dEUS – the best Belgian band ever, on record and on stage – rock
their tails off since 1991 and drop their 8th longplayer baptized HOW TO REPLACE IT
on 17th February 2023. Their first in 10 years. Pre-order info here.

Last November our ears got active for the first single, titled
Must Have Been New. A bluesy mid-tempo power-pop ballad.

Today second taster, named 1989 went online. An even softier piece.
Seems like singer-songwriter Tom Barman has a melancholic phase.

Lit a candle.

TOUR 2023

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Belgian Champion Veterans dEUS Share First Single Of Upcoming LP – Hear It Here

New striking strokes

9 November 2022

(photo by Turn Up The Volume)

Champion veterans dEUS – best Belgian band ever, on record and o stage, in my book – rock their tails off since 1991, announced their 8th longplayer baptized HOW TO REPLACE IT. It’ll make me and their thousands of fans across Europe happy on 17th February 2023. Pre-order info here.

On the first single, titled MUST HAVE BEEN NEW the Tom Barman led group
show their bluesy side once more with this mid-tempo power-pop ballad.

Check it out…

TOUR 2023

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