BLOOD - GERMANY

Impulse To Destroy - 1989 - Wild Rags
Christbait - 1992 - 1MF
O Agios Pethane - 1993 - 1MF
Mental Conflicts - 1994 - Morbid
Depraved Goddess - 1996 - Independent
Gas Flames Bones - 1999 - Ars Metalli
Dysangelium - 2003 - Morbid


  
 
Members

S= Alex - Chicken - Chicken - Martin>>Dawn - CLAUS
G= EISEN [BERND EISENSTEIN] - Ruben
B= TAKI
D= VENTILATOR



History

Blood was formed as early as March of 1986 by Eisen, Geier, Taki and Radkte and opted for pure underground deathgrind without any frills or commercial ambition after a short period of noisecore. Drummer Ventilator would soon join the fold.
The band signed to Wild Rags and aside from the regular albums released many singles and splits including those with Impetigo and Dead Infection. The band returned to Morbid Records for 2003's Dysangelium.
Blood has never wavered from its original style and influenced many bands.

Reviews

BLOOD - DYSANGELIUM - MORBID
Dysnageluim begins with a suspiciously soothing, operatic female voice, but given the title for this album the intro might be self-explanatory. Otherwise, and for the most part, Blood's Seventh album is an exercise in consistency. This is the band's first full-length since 1999, yet the Germans have lost none of the bite, hunger or bloodlust that has dominated every release of this seventeen-year-old band. This is 21 tracks of horrified, brutal death metal with delicious titles like Wormbody, Shizophrenic (sic) Wisdom and Evil Saints. Blood has always been about blast beats, grinding madness, dual-growls and quick and to-the-point songs. Breaking Bounds has a Grave feel to it vocally and a couple of songs begin with samples from different horror movies. Those looking for maturity, profound implications and other important stuff can check out Opeth or My Dying Bride. Real men, on the other hand, will bang their heads to this. - Ali "The Metallian"




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