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Blood Command Post Video for “The End is Her”


Norwegian death pop purveyors Blood Command have released a video for “The End is Her.” The song first came out as an audio-only jam back in September.

The video comes ahead of Blood Command’s debut performance with their new frontwoman, Nikki Brumen (ex-Pagan), at Oslo’s Vulkan Arena on December 16. Fittingly, it’s a fun performance-based clip that provides ample body energy and good time rockage. I’m jealous of anyone that gets to attend the show next week!

Brumen comments: 

“Finally, being in Norway has exceeded any expectation that I ever had. I knew it would be a life changing and surreal experience but I never imagined my time here would be this incredible. The moment that I stepped off the plane (after 26 hours in transit!) I instantly felt at home. When I saw Yngve waiting at the arrival gate, I burst into tears, it was so overwhelming to meet someone after almost two years of working on the band from opposite sides of the globe, and for him to be even cooler than I could have imagined. I have been blown away and so grateful by how welcoming everyone has been, especially my band mates, who are all the nicest and most funny people. We have been working our asses off to make sure our first show is going to blow people’s minds! Being on stage is where we all belong and I have so much love for Blood Command’s music, that I will put everything I have into our live shows. Having waited this long to play live together, and having been separated for so long, has given us all even more drive to make this show the best live Blood Command performance ever!”

You can watch the video for “The End is Her” below. Another new song with Brumen called “A Villain’s Monologue” surfaced in June.

Blood Command will hit the road opening for Kvelertak in January. Dates:

Jan 13 Energimølla Kongsberg, Norway [tickets]
Jan 14 Union Scene Drammen, Norway [tickets]
Jan 15 Verket Scene Moss, Norway [tickets]
Jan 20 Parkbiografen Skien, Norway [tickets]
Jan 21 Artilleriverkstedet Horten, Norway [tickets]
Jan 22 KICK Scene Kristiansand, Norway [tickets]
Jan 27 Sentrum Scene Oslo, Norway [tickets]
Feb 02 Røkeriet, USF Verftet Bergen, Norway [tickets]
Feb 03 Terminalen Ålesund, Norway [tickets]
Feb 04 Samfundet Trondheim, Norway [tickets]
Feb 05 Samfundet Trondheim, Norway [tickets]
Feb 08 MeetFactory Prague, Czech Republic [tickets]
Feb 10 Szene Wien Vienna, Austria [tickets]
Feb 11 Z7 Konzertfabrik Pratteln, Switzerland [tickets]
Feb 12 Werk, Backstage Munich, Germany [tickets]
Feb 13 Kulturzentrum Schlachthof Wiesbaden, Germany [tickets]
Feb 14 Patronaat Haarlem, Netherlands [tickets]
Feb 16 TRIX Borgerhout, Belgium [tickets]
Feb 18 Islington Assembly Hall London, UK [tickets]
Feb 19 Manchester Academy 2 Manchester, UK [tickets]
Feb 22 FVTVR Paris, France [tickets]
Feb 23 LE METRONUM Toulouse, France [tickets]
Feb 25 Mon Madrid Madrid, Spain [tickets]
Feb 26 Razzmatazz 2 Barcelona, Spain [tickets]
Feb 27 Kafe Antzokia Bilbao, Spain [tickets]
Mar 01 Ninkasi Gerland KAO Lyon, France [tickets]
Mar 02 Club Vaudeville Lindau, Germany [tickets]
Mar 03 Matrix Bochum, Germany [tickets]
Mar 05 VoxHall Aarhus, Denmark [tickets]
Mar 07 Pustervik Gothenburg, Sweden [tickets]
Mar 08 Kulturbolaget Malmö, Sweden [tickets]
Mar 09 Debaser Strand Stockholm, Sweden [tickets]
Mar 11 Tavastia Klubi Helsinki, Finland [tickets]
Mar 12 Klubi Tampere, Finland [tickets]
Mar 13 Lutakko Jyväskylä, Finland [tickets]

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