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2013 release from the Boston-based Metal heads. Grand Blood is the follow up to their highly regarded 2010 album Darkness Comes Alive. The album was engineered by Kurt Ballou at God City Studios. Where Darkness Comes Alive was smooth and heavy in tone Grand Blood is jagged and hard in it's heart. Grand Blood is Doomriders pushing themselves into wilder sonic territory previously unexplored by the band. In songs like 'Back Taxes' and 'Bad Vibes', an angular noise Rock influence takes the lead, creating a harsh and charged environment. Not to fret, the hooks Doomriders are known for are as sharp as ever though, sinking into songs like the personal 'Dead Friends' and melodious and emotional 'Gone to Hell'.
2013 release from the Boston-based Metal heads. Grand Blood is the follow up to their highly regarded 2010 album Darkness Comes Alive. The album was engineered by Kurt Ballou at God City Studios. Where Darkness Comes Alive was smooth and heavy in tone Grand Blood is jagged and hard in it's heart. Grand Blood is Doomriders pushing themselves into wilder sonic territory previously unexplored by the band. In songs like 'Back Taxes' and 'Bad Vibes', an angular noise Rock influence takes the lead, creating a harsh and charged environment. Not to fret, the hooks Doomriders are known for are as sharp as ever though, sinking into songs like the personal 'Dead Friends' and melodious and emotional 'Gone to Hell'.
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Format: CD
Label: DTHW
Catalog: 1482
Rel. Date: 10/15/2013
UPC: 020286214199

Grand Blood
Artist: Doomriders
Format: CD
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2013 release from the Boston-based Metal heads. Grand Blood is the follow up to their highly regarded 2010 album Darkness Comes Alive. The album was engineered by Kurt Ballou at God City Studios. Where Darkness Comes Alive was smooth and heavy in tone Grand Blood is jagged and hard in it's heart. Grand Blood is Doomriders pushing themselves into wilder sonic territory previously unexplored by the band. In songs like 'Back Taxes' and 'Bad Vibes', an angular noise Rock influence takes the lead, creating a harsh and charged environment. Not to fret, the hooks Doomriders are known for are as sharp as ever though, sinking into songs like the personal 'Dead Friends' and melodious and emotional 'Gone to Hell'.
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