Bloody Flow


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Bloody Flow will soon release their self-titled debut album

Hold on to your leather jackets, metalheads, because Bloody Flow is here to drown you in a sea of raw, unfiltered hard rock. Hailing from the heart of Ain and Bourg-en-Bresse, this French power trio is set to release their self-titled debut album on July 3, 2024, via Adipocere Records. Get ready for a heavy dose of vintage riffs and modern grooves, all wrapped up in a blood-soaked package.
The Team:
Guitar/Vocals: Julien
Bass: Christophe
Drums: David
Bloody Flow takes their cues from the legends of the '70s hard/heavy rock scene like Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and Motörhead. Yet, they also draw inspiration from contemporary powerhouses like Down, Kyuss, Red Fang, and Orange Goblin.
Formed in September 2020, Bloody Flow wasted no time in crafting their unique sound. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, they managed to record their debut album in early 2022. The band’s determination and resilience shine through every track, making this album a testament to their unyielding spirit.
The band’s name and lyrics revolve around the macabre tales of Bloody, a young, rebellious girl with a thirst for blood. But she’s not your typical vampire—Bloody leaves a literal trail of blood in her wake. Each song dives into her dark escapades, keeping listeners hooked from start to finish.
As a longtime fan of both classic and contemporary hard rock, I can confidently say that Bloody Flow's debut album is a hell of a ride. powerful music with gripping stories. The production quality is outstanding, and you can feel the chemistry between the band members.
To celebrate the release, Bloody Flow will be hitting the stage with the legendary Nashville Pussy on July 3 in Lyon. This is a show you won't want to miss—expect it to be loud, wild, and unforgettable.
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Whether you're a die-hard fan of '70s rock or a devotee of the modern metal scene, Bloody Flow's debut album is a must-listen. So, mark your calendars, crank up the volume, and get ready to be swept away by the bloody tide.