For 10 years and running Blood Command has given a voice to outcasts worldwide through their knife-sharp rock and kamikaze pop hooks. Through appearances on Warped tour, Roskilde- and Download festivals, on tours with Rolo Tomassi and Comeback Kid or through their three albums, Blood Command has formed an unbreakable alliance with their audience that wins over new loyal members every day. Their new EP is a sequel to the band's 2011 release Hand Us The Alpha Male, specifically it's opener Summon the arsonists. The band describes the EP as a salutation to their year-long followers.
Blood Command's 2017 album Cult Drugs got rave reviews in relevant European punk and metal press like Metal Hammer (9/10), Rush on Rock (10/10), Ox Magazine (9/10) and Already Heard (5/5). Rock Sound gave the album 8/10 and described it as “One of this world’s best kept secrets” before following up with a panegyric feature that straight out stated: This is why Blood Command is such a special band. BBC1's Rock show played several of the album's singles and the Norwegian national radio playlisted no less than three tracks from the album.
released April 12, 2019
Recorded at SpaceKraft studio august 2018.
Produced by Yngve Andersen, Enginered and mixed by Simon Jackman
Mastered by Dag Erik Nygaard. Artwork by Robert Høyem.
supported by 23 fans who also own “Return of The Arsonist”
The most emotionally packed album I’ve ever listened to. Beauty and chaos are one in every track; my favorite one changes every time I listen to this masterpiece. This entire band is so incredibly talented that in the last 2 years since I’ve found them, they soared up to be my favorite artists of all time. Can’t get enough of this and everything before it. Here’s to everything after! spookydin