Henrik Möll (a.k.a. Henrik Mxll) – musician, dj, film editor and founding member of internationally acclaimed 80’s band SS-Say – has died suddenly (in week 31) during the work with his and Carl Abrahamsson’s new documentary project AN ART APART (a series of portraits featuring names such as Kenneth Anger, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Michael Gira). Henrik Möll reached the age of 54.

In 1983 Martin Hall and Möll formed SS-Say, a group that made its live debut at the legendary William S. Burroughs’ visit in Copenhagen the same year and later released the record Fusion. In 1984 Hall and Möll were the leading forces behind the show Parade and since then Möll contributed to the Hall releases The Hall of Mirrors and Imperfect. Apart from filming and directing several of Hall’s videos during the late 80’s, Möll and Hall toured together with the And Then Again project in 1989.

Recently Henrik Möll has edited the videos ”MILFs, Cum and Schopenhauer” and ”Dead Horses on a Beach” from the album If Power Asks Why as well as ”Muted Cries” from Phasewide, Exit Signs.

During the years Henrik Möll remained one of Martin Hall’s very few personal friends. When hearing the news of Möll’s untimely death, Hall made the following statement:

”It is with great sorrow and equal amounts of surprise that I’ve just been confronted with the sad news about Henrik’s death. Of the many demises I’ve witnessed through the years, this must be the one that has startled me the most. Henrik was a loyal and true friend, and his death will leave a great and lasting sense of loss in my heart. It is very difficult to fathom the fact, that the person I went for a walk with during the previous week, is now gone forever.”

If you want to find out more about Henrik Möll and his demise, we recommend you to read Carl Abrahamsson’s excellent tribute to him here: