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Blessed Curse

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Latest Blessed Curse News

Below is our complete Blessed Curse news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Monolith Joins West Coast Annihilation Tour

California-based thrashers Monolith with join Sacrificial Slaughter and Blessed Curse on the 10-date West Coast Annihilation Tour, which kicks off on April 5th in Las Vegas, NV. Official dates and the tour poster can be found below.

April 5th - Las Vegas, NV @ Cheyenne Saloon
April 6th - Reno, NV @ Ground Zero
April 7th - Eugene, OR @ Lazarus Pit
April 8th - Yakima, WA @ Brews & Cues
April 9th - Seattle, WA @ 2 Bit Saloon
April 10th - Boise, ID @ The Venue w/ Mobile Deathcamp
April 11th - Cheyenne, WY @ Ernie November (record store)
April 12th - Denver, CO @ 3 Kings Tavern w/ Mobile Deathcamp
April 13th - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Dawg Pound
April 14th - Ceres, CA @ The Workshop More...

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Sacrificial Slaughter Touring With Blessed Curse

American death Thrashers Sacrificial Slaughter will commence the 11-date West Coast Annihilation Tour on April 5th in Las Vegas, NV. Joining them will be Northern California thrash unit Blessed Curse. Sacrificial Slaughter is also looking for a third band to complete the roster of the tour, which is in support of its recent split release with Enfuneration, entitled "American Death Thrash," out now on Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. Below are the dates and venues:

SACRIFICIAL SLAUGHTER / BLESSED CURSE / TBA

April 5th - Las Vegas, NV @ Cheyenne Saloon
April 6th - Reno, NV @ Ground Zero
April 7th - Eugene, OR @ Lazarus Pit
April 8th - Yakima, WA @ Brews & Cues
April 9th - Seattle, WA @ 2 Bit Saloon
April 10th - Boise, ID @ The Venue w/ Mobile Deathcamp
April 11th - Cheyenne, WY @ Ernie November (record store)
April 12th - Denver, CO @ 3 Kings Tavern w/ Mobile Deathcamp
April 13th - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Dawg Pound
April 14th - Ceres, CA @ The Workshop
April 15th - San Miguel, CA @ The Ranch More...

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Blessed Curse Streaming Two New Songs

California metal act Blessed Curse is streaming two new tracks "Something Evil" and "Bleeding Cross" from the band's forthcoming self-titled LP due out through M-Theory Audio in North America and Cyclone Empire this year. Check out the tracks at this location.

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Blessed Curse Posts Album Trailer Online

Californian metallers Blessed Curse have posted a teaser trailer online for the band's self-titled album, being released in Europe via Cyclone Empire. Check out the trailer below, or find more information on Blessed Curse via Facebook.

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Blessed Curse Finishes Recording Debut LP

U.S. thrash band Blessed Curse (formerly "Devastator") has finished recording its debut release, untitled as of yet. Marc Sasso of Dio and Halford fame will be creating the album's cover art. The album will be released in Europe via Cyclone Empire Records. The band is still seeking a U.S. label for distribution in North America. No release date has been announced.

As a taster of the new release, the band is streaming the song "Bleeding Cross" on its official Facebook page.

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Devastator Changes Name To Blessed Curse

Sacramento, California metal act Devastator has announced that it will be changing its name to Blessed Curse. The band offered the following explanation:

"Due to the ever-increasing number of bands deciding to use the name Devastator, and '.....tor' bands in general that have been springing up these days we've concluded that it is best for our band to stand out from the pack as much as possible, apart from our music alone. This new name fits our band to the letter because of our extensive history of being a band from an area where there is not much of anything for a music scene and having to travel to build any kind of fanbase, life on the road, all the ups and downs and in betweens of being in a metal band.

"Also, about a year ago we were fortunate to meet a local fan of our band for many years named Clark Webb, who is now wielding rhythm guitar with us, making our band officially no longer a trio and making us an even more powerful force to be reckoned with in the metal music world."

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