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The Blood Brothers are an American post-hardcore band formed in Seattle, Washington, United States on September 27, 1997, who officially announced their breakup in October 2007. Their music combined punk influences with an experimental edge and abstract lyrics. Members were: Jordan Blilie (vocals), Johnny Whitney (vocals), and Morgan Henderson (bass), along with Waxwing’s Cody Votolato (guitar) and Mark Gajadhar (drums).

The band was considered unusual in that it had two dedicated lead vocalists. Read more on

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Sunday Slaylist: The return of The Blood Brothers

May 18th, 2014

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Yesterday, Fyf Fest made some of us here at Thrash Hits very, very happy indeed by announcing that The Blood Brothers were reforming and playing at the festival this August. Obviously, at the time of writing that news is going to be little comfort to the many, many UK-based fans of the band, but we wouldn’t be too surprised if the band make it over to Europe later in the year. In any case, it’s as good an excuse as ever to go revisit their albums for this week’s Sunday Slaylist.

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