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Bloody Diamonds

Posted by on 2013/10/25

Sometimes, the world aligns for the greater good of rock n' roll. Bloody Diamonds is a hard rock band from Halifax, NS, Canada with dirty, heavy riffs and seductively powerful vocals. Their intense, sweaty live performance and raw sound are the result of guitarist Jake Seaward and vocalist Sara Elizabeth, combining Sara's dark, eerie melodies with Jake's crunchy blues riffs.

The band's in-your-f...ace passion for rock n' roll has earned them a nomination for Loud Recording of the Year at Nova Scotia Music Week, and a reputation as a force to be reckoned with. The release of their first record They've Got Secrets in March 2012 was followed by months of extensive touring across Eastern Canada, leaving their spooky rock tunes ringing in everyone's ears. Their most recent record Monsters (March 2013) saw the band back on the road yet again, with a limited edition white 7" vinyl release for Record Store Day 2013. As an independent DIY band, their work ethic and dedicated attitude has earned them a continuously expanding fan base across Eastern Canada.

In the past two years the band has gone through multiple line up changes, with current members Kristen Wells on bass and Kyle Smith on drums. Last spring Bloody Diamonds even became a duo for their month-long Stripped Tour, which took Sara and Jake on an incredibly successful tour as a grungy, bluesy two-piece with Sara on guitar and Jake playing both guitar and bass drum. With multiple Canadian tours set for 2014 and new material in the works, Bloody Diamonds are in it for the kill.

NOV 24 - THE ATRIA , OSHAWA
NOV 26 - SNEAKY DEES , TORONTO

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