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Blood Duster

From: Australia
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Blood Duster News

Below is our complete Blood Duster 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.

Blood Duster Reveals Tracklisting Of "KVLT"

With the release of the vinyl version of the "SVCK" EP in Australia, Blood Duster has revealed the tracklisting of the upcoming album "KVLT." Bassist Jason PC has also put out a video showing how the master of the album was created and destroyed, a statement of his and the band's regarding not wanting to stream too much since people illegally download. Both albums should be available shortly here in the western hemisphere. Check out the official Blood Duster site for more information. Below is the upcoming album's tracklisting.

Blood Duster- KVLT track list:

Side KV

Intro- BoreGrind
Symmes'sTheoryOfConcentricSpheresandPolarVoids
FindingItHardToExpressExactlyHowMuchIFuckingHateYou
I'mOffTheMeth
SneakyFinger
It'sNotGoingToSuckItself
Docking
InDaGame

Side LT

BalladOfCallan(FromBangkokToBangCock)
LaxativesAreMyDrugofChoice
TheBandFameForgot
PoorPeopleLiketoFuck
AndFuckYouToo
Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again (Angels cover)


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Blood Duster Readying New EP

Blood Duster has finally announced through its Facebook wall that its new five-song EP "SVCK" will be coming out shortly. The EP will be download-only and part of a full-length titled "KVLT" that the band will put out at a later date. Below is the cover artwork for the release, and in the words of the band, "We didn't want another boring gore grind cover with some dead shit on it."

Blood Duster's members have spent the last five years performing in all of the other Australian bands that the members do double duty in, such as Captain Cleanoff and The Day Everything Became Nothing. Look for Blood Duster to play five Bastardfest dates in the next month, with details on their Facebook page.

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Sunday Old School: Blood Duster

Plenty of old school metal bands come from Australia. Immediately coming to mind are Destroyer 666 and Mortal Sin...but don't forget about Blood Duster. Nobody, but nobody is like Blood Duster. They have made a career out of taking sounds and cliches from other genres and turning them on their asses into supremely heavy grinding rock. This year marks 21 years of existence for these crazy Aussies who started pissing in our ears in 1991 when they formed the band, claiming to have met at a peep show. Very underground and cult, you may have missed them if you blinked or were looking in the wrong direction back in the 90's.

But, do not underestimate the impact they had on the scene with their irreverence and complete humorous take on the grindcore genre. In fact, Blood Duster's style of grinding death rock with slabs of retro grooves shows how they are the sum of their parts. Many of the band members came from all kinds of metal bands like Hecatomb and Pod People, so their music is influenced by almost anything. The difference is, through all the chaotic sounds Blood Duster incorporated they always did it well - and did it best. More...

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Cemetary Urn to Launch New Album at Show

Australian death metal band Cemetary Urn will launch their new album by performing at The Tote Hotel in Collingwood on February 6. The band, who feature in their ranks members of bands such as Sadistik Execution, Blood Duster and Guild of Destruction, will perform alongside Urgrund, Destruktor and Order of Orias under the "Southern Sign Ritual" banner of Blackart Productions.

Cemetary Urn came together in 2006 and performed 17 shows across the U.S. in 2008 with such bands as Gospel Of The Horns, Blood Feast, Obiesance, Morbosidad and many more extreme black metal acts. For more information and to check out their music, check out their MySpace page.

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Pig Destroyer Announce Australia, NZ Tour

Thanks to Heathen Skulls, Soundworks, and RW Entertainment, Pig Destroyer have announced they will be touring Australia and New Zealand this October in support of their latest album, 'Phantom Limb.' The dates for the tour are as follows:

October:

Friday 24th: Hi Fi Bar – Melbourne
with Blood Duster, Terrorust, and Fuck... I'm Dead
Tickets available through Missing Link and Hi Fi Bar

Saturday 25th: Gaelic Club – Sydney
with Terrorust, Beyond Terror Beyond Grace, and special guest
Tickets available through Moshtix (Ph: 1300 438 849)

Sunday 26th: Rosies – Brisbane
with special guests (TBC)
Tickets available through Moshtix (Ph: 1300 438 849)

Monday 27th: Fowlers – Adelaide
with Robotosauras, Grey Daturas, and Captain Clean Off
Tickets available through Moshtix (Ph: 1300 438 849)

Tuesday 28th: Amplifier Bar – Perth
with special guests (TBC)
Tickets available through Moshtix (Ph: 1300 438 849)

Wednesday 29th: Brisbane Hotel – Hobart
with Ruins, and special guests
No pre-sales Tickets available.

November:

Saturday 1st: Transmission Room – Auckland (All Ages)
with Terrorust, and special guests
Tickets available from Real Groovey, and Ticketek

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Blood Duster To Reissue First Three Albums

Australia's Blood Duster will see the reissue of their first three albums; mini-CD "Yeest" packaged with "Fisting The Dead," the band’s first full-length, "Str8outtanorthcote," and the always controversial, "Cunt."

"Str8outtanorthcote" and "Fisting The Dead/Yeest" both include bonus material and all three of the reissues have been re-mastered and feature new artwork. These reissues will see an April 29th North American release date (May 5th internationally) via Relapse Records.

Additionally, Blood Duster has announced their first-ever U.S. live performance. Blood Duster will appear alongside Repulsion, Nuclear Assault, Grave, Dying Fetus, Disfear and many more at this year's Maryland Deathfest being held May 23rd, 24th, and 25th at the Sonar in Baltimore, MD.

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Nuclear Assault Added To Maryland Death Fest

NUCLEAR ASSAULT are the latest act confirmed for the 2008 edition of the Maryland Deathfest will take place May 23rd - 25th at the Sonar in Baltimore, MD.

Confirmed acts for the fest include: AFGRUND, ANAAL NATHRAKH, BEHOLD…THE ARCTOPUS, BLOOD DUSTER, COFFINS, COPREMESIS, DEAD, DECRYPT, DEFEATED SANITY, DEFEATIST, DERANGED, DISAVOWED, DISFEAR, ENGORGED, FLESH PARADE, FUCK…I'M DEAD, GADGET, GHOUL, GRAVE, GRUESOME STUFF RELISH, HELLNATION, IMPALED, INFECTED MALIGNITY, JAPANISCHE KAMPFHÖRSPIELE, KALIBAS, KEITZER, MACABRE, MARTYR, MONSTROSITY, PHOBIA, REPULSION, SLEEP TERROR, SQUASH BOWELS, SUBLIME CADAVERIC DECOMPOSITION, THE ARSON PROJECT, THE DAY EVERYTHING BECAME NOTHING, TORSOFUCK, WACO JESUS.

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First Ever Abducted Metal Fest Details Announced

The first ever Abducted Metal and Horror Festival has been announced, and will be held at the Arena in Brisbane on the 21st of July, with doors opening at 5pm. Twenty bands, including some of the best coming out of Australia right now, will play across three stages, and the festival will also feature horror cinema, gothic dance and the launch of the new DVDzine 'Up-Skirt'. Tickets are available from the Arena, Oztix, Skinny, and Rocking Horse, and more information on the festival can be found at this location. The line-up for the festival is as follows:

Blood Duster,
Mortal Sin,
Alchemist,
Daysend,
Pod People,
Fuck... I'm Dead,
Terrorust,
Kill for Satan,
Double Dragon,
Fort,
Earth,
Five Star Prison Cell,
The Day Everything Became Nothing,
Empyrean,
Lynchmada,
Anger in Motion,
The Death,
Sakkuth,
State of Integrity, and
Defamer.

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Blood Duster Post New Album Samples Online

Australian act BLOOD DUSTER — which is described as blending lethal grindcore with traditional '70s-style Southern rock and rockabilly rhythms spiced up with a large dose of grossed-out humor — released its new album, "Lyden Na", on April 28 via Goat Sounds. According to a press release from Shock Records, the album title, when translated from Norwegian, means "The Now Sound" — a name which is supposed to pay "homage to the great Norwegian 'black metal' bands from past and present."

In late 2006 the group started recording what is to be a three-CD set — two discs to be sold in one package, with the third to be downloaded from the band's website. The download comes with exclusive demos from the album and a special fan video only available via a password on the band's "Hippie Kill Team" members' site. More...

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Blood Duster Post New Album Details and Tour dates

BLOOD DUSTER’s much anticipated new album, Lyden Na (The Now Sound) was released April 28 and is now in stores! Four years in the making, this double CD features glorious new tracks including 'ThreeOhhSevenOhh', 'I Love The Pills', 'TheNightTheyBurntOldEmoDown' and 'PissStomper'; and comes complete with an access code for another CD worth of exclusive downloadable content.

With album launches scheduled in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Wellington and Auckland; Blood Duster are definitely back - bigger, better and more completely fuck off badder than ever! More...

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Danzig at the Big Top, Luna Park, Sydney Australia

Let me tell you a story. I have a friend - let's call him "Ben" - who had the opportunity to see Danzig live in Hamburg back in '92 or so. Due to an unfortunate fabric rip, Ben was witness to a view throughout the show of the contents of the great man's leather trousers. As an impressionable 16 year old, the damage to poor Ben's psyche was deep: to this day, he cannot listen to, read about or discuss the legendary Glenn Danzig without that particular image surfacing, unbidden, in his mind. He's a little bitter about it.

I am pleased to report to both readers of this site and to Ben that no wardrobe malfunctions tarnished Danzig's Sunday night performance at the Big Top in Luna Park, Sydney, although there were a couple of technical glitches with the microphones and other sound equipment. The three date tour was the legendary singer's first Australian shows in 13 years, and will probably be the last - it has been widely reported that Danzig does not intend to keep a regular touring schedule in the future, choosing instead to focus on his film and comic book projects. More...

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