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There are two bands named Bloodline: one from Gallup, NM and one from Italy.
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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
With their new single "Sacrifice" (produced by Rafe Sweet), STEPPING STONE RECORDS artists BLOODLINE have been nominated for Best Rock Song in the 2009 North American Indigenous Image Awards.
The awards ceremony takes place on April 23 in Albequerque, New Mexico at the Isleto Casino and Resort from 6:30-11pm.
You can check out some of the band's material on their MySpace page.
Gallup, New Mexico band BLOODLINE has officially signed to Stepping Stone Records. Newly reconfigured as a power trio, this band is currently performing all over the U.S.
BLOODLINE started back in 1998, based out of Gallup, NM near the great Navajo Nation. The current line-up consists of Loren Anthony (bass/vocals), Virgil Wilson (guitar) and Curtis "Wizh" Yazza (drums).
BLOODLINE has been touring regionally throughout the southwest and southern west coast region for several years, and now their first national tour has carried them all across the United States - everywhere from L.A.'s Whiskey-A-Go-Go to the front steps of the Nations Capitol. BLOODLINE is honored to have represented not only Native Americans in Washington, D.C., but also on many reservations with its power driven, "take-on-the-world" metal performances.
With their recent signing to STEPPING STONE RECORDS out of Flagstaff, AZ, BLOODLINE has proven to stand its ground with a sound of its own; they are currently in rotation on 83 stations across the U.S. and Canada and counting, and has expanded to include XM radio and Sirius radio.
Reactivated Swedish death metallers Dissection have revealed their new lineup on the eve of their headlining performance in Stockholm on Saturday (Oct. 30). Joining mainman Jon Nödtveidt (vocals and guitar) in the new formation are Set Teitan (guitar, Aborym, Bloodline), Brice Leclercq (bass guitar, Nightrage) and Thomas Asklund (drums, Infernal, Dawn, Dark Funeral). View photos of the new lineup here.
As previously reported, an audio sample of the new Dissection single, "Maha Kali," has been posted online at this location.
"Maha Kali" (view cover), described by the reactivated Swedish death metallers as "a hymn to the wrathful black hindu goddess of Mahapralaya, the great dissolution of cosmos, Jai Maha Kali," will initially only be available directly from Dissection via their official web site and on tour.
Dissection recently spent time in the studio working on their first studio recording since 1995's classic album "Storm Of The Light's Bane."
Dissection guitarist/vocalist Jon Nödtvedt was released from prison several months ago after spending seven years behind the bars for murdering an Algerian homosexual. A short-lived collaboration with former Emperor drummer Bård "Faust" Eithun ended in December over "the demands of Dissection's Satanic concept." A documentary DVD and a new studio album are expected sometime in 2005.