This is a song for anyone who has ever felt like an outcast because of the way they dress or the style of music they are into. It’s for anyone who has ever felt like they’ve been picked on for not fitting in with the rest of the crowd..."
Acclaimed Norwegian death-pop quintet Blood Command have released their newest single 'A Questionable Taste In Friends', the final taste of their long-awaited new album, Praise Armageddonism, due 1st July via Hassle Records.
The new single has significant relevance for Blood Command, as new vocalist Nikki Brumen (ex-Pagan) leaves her old life in Australia behind for good, settling in Norway with the rest of the band permanently.
We had a great chat with Nikki last month where we spoke all about the changes in the band, the move to Norway & more:
Recorded over three years, and re-recorded with their new vocalist Nikki Brumen (ex-Pagan), Praise Armageddonism is Blood Command at their best yet. A one-of-a-kind proposition, the death-pop group combine blistering riffs, a hardcore attitude, and pop sensibility to create truly scintillating, invigorating music. Blood Command have stepped up even further with their new album, with Nikki Brumen fiercely leading the way. Now with celebrated UK label Hassle Records and with Nikki at the front, Blood Command's power and prestige only rises higher.
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