Bloodywood breakground!!! Live at The Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY on October 1st, 2022

Truthfully this is a show I was so excited for Bloodywood in North America. I had been waiting for this moment for YEARS and they did not disappoint… despite...

 

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It was not long ago that Bloodywood, the Folk Metal band from New Dehli blew up and went viral on social media, this all seemingly lead to sold-out tours, and with their unique brand of Folk Metal meets traditional instruments from their country, this has created a massive appeal for Metal Fans. Always cool to cover bands that are in the moment and bring something new to the table. The guys played their first-ever show in the USA at the Louder than Life festival in September. We get a chance to check them out again at the iconic Gramercy Theatre in NYC this evening. The first stop is Killer’s Confession.

A Killer’s Confession is a band that up until this point I had been unfamiliar with, however, my attention was immediately grabbed when the lead vocalist stepped on stage sporting some awesome face paint. Their songs were fantastic and more importantly, the way they interacted with the crowd was amazing. multiple reprieves were taken from the set list to speak about the act to follow (Bloodwood) and about important topics in modern-day America such as sexual assault which I found heartwarming and inspiring. A good performance by the group.

Truthfully this is a show I was so excited for Bloodywood in North America. I had been waiting for this moment for YEARS and they did not disappoint… despite having to face a huge hurtle (being down one of their vocalist Raoul Kerr) they put on the show of a lifetime.

They opened with their song Gaddaar which is one of their newest releases and continued to play some of their newer tracks like Dana Dan which is their most recent single. After taking a few breaks from singing throughout the set to address the crowd and joke around they then got into the meat of their set with songs like Jee Veerey (a melodic masterpiece) that includes A FLUTE of all things but it is pulled off so amazingly well. The thing about Jee Veerey is that it’s a song with very powerful meaning as it speaks about depression and suicide and is so inspirational. Songs like this are Bloodywood’s wheelhouse. They are such a powerful band and use their platform to bring up important and relevant topics! Halfway through the set, I witnessed something that I’ve not experienced much of and that was the band leaving the stage to head straight into the center of the crowd to rock out with their fans. This was an amazing moment and shows how much they love their fanbase and followers.

Overall Bloodywood is an amazing band that I truly believe can be enjoyed by fans of every genre!!! Check them out!!!

 

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