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15th August 2023
Poets of the Fall Releases New 20th Anniversary Tour Range

This year, Poets of the Fall is celebrating twenty years! Launching the same year as Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne, the group has since released nine studio and two live albums, been featured in six video games, and travelled across the globe, taking part in hundreds of gigs. 

This past week, they added new items to their store in time for their 20th-anniversary tour. 

All three tour t-shirts are priced at 24,99€ and made from "100% soft ring spun cotton with crew neck and double top stitching in bottom and sleeve". The hoodie is a little more expensive at 59,99€ but will keep you warm during the upcoming winter chill. It is made with 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Take a look at them below or on their website, HERE!

Previous celebrations: In case you missed our earlier posts, Poets of the Fall have been celebrating the milestone throughout the year. Earlier they announced new merchandise celebrating the milestone, an anniversary tour, and memories on the band's formation as well as anniversary clothing, and a website redesign

A bit of information about the band: Although two of the band members were involved in Remedy's original Max Payne title, officially, the band's relationship started back in 2003 with Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. For the game, Poets created their first song, Late Goodbye, based on a poem by Sam Lake, after a conversation between Marko and Sam about forming his new group.

Almost a decade later, the band returned for the studio's next game, Alan Wake, creating the custom songs The Poet and the Muse and Children of the Elder God under their alter-ego Old Gods of Asgard. Their song War, from their album, Twilight Theater, also made an appearance in the game. They returned again two years later for Alan Wake's American Nightmare, with the songs Balance Slays the Demon and The Happy Song (the latter also appearing in the album Temple of Thought).

The song Labyrinth from their Clearview album was inspired by Quantum Break; initially created for the game, issues outside of both parties' control led it to be linked to the game but not featured in it. But in 2019, the band and studio once again announced the continuation of their partnership, this time bringing Take Control to the table, which was used during the Control's memorable Ashtray Maze sequence.


Formerly "Vanguard"

The Crossfire Series

The Control Series

The Quantum Break Series

The Alan Wake Series

The Max Payne Series



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