Jagath is a ritual/industrial ambient act from Perm, Russia.
We create our music at abandoned industrial locations — bottom of a moist underground sewer shaft and inside huge hollow oil tanks — without using digital synthesis.
We use simple, mostly hand-crafted instruments, found objects and our voices.
We do this to share our vision of decaying postindustrial age, to unleash the spirit of deep beyond-world and unveil life in the abyss.
We have recorded three albums. First — Devalaya — will be released on Cold Spring Records, second — on Black Mara. Hope they will be released in 2020, so subscribe.
Our third album — Agni — is available now!
"A firefly may inspire a man. Man takes a flint, flint carves sparks, sparks set fire to wood, a flame lights up. Flaring up more and more, a fire turns into a firestorm. Firestorm lives its own life." — Drunken Master
This time we came to our Temple — oil tank — in the midst of winter. It is cold out here, in Russia, so we have to do something so as not to freeze to death. We brought a pair of flamethrowers, huge djembe drum, shamanic tambourine, lots of percussion, a broken TV and made an attempt to survive. We recorded this album — our post-apocalyptic hymn — Agni.
Devalaya album teaser — Upcoming on Cold Spring Records
Photos of our performances and recording locations
Decay-flavored black absinthe by our friends from Absinthe Alchemy