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Blood Red Throne / Press

“Norwegians BLOOD RED THRONE [8] are spectacular. New frontman Yngve Christiansen appears to have been enjoying London's hospitality but he's a fantastic showman. The new lineup can certainly play, but with Yngve hurling himself, his hair, water and beer everywhere, the Norwegians are visually captovatin too."”

Metal Hammer UK

“Brutalitarian Regime album review: "Blood Red Throne is not your run of the mill death metal band, their music has great intelligence for the genre, and it’s easy to tell that they FEEL what they’re playing and BELIEVE in the message (at least of the music anyways). From start to finish, this is a nother solid effort."”

“White Rabbit, Plymouth, 17/3-2012 "Blood Red Throne played as tight as a nun’s never regions"”

“Underworld, London 13/3-2012 "Victorious set filled with head banging riffs and stage diving attempts, even by members of the band."”

“O2, Liverpool 15/3-2012 "Incredibly relentless onslaught. They may have had some lineup shifts recently but it’s a full on show and really stirs the blood."”

“Underworld, London 13/3-2012 "the live show is sonically vigorous with heads banging and mosh pits forming in the heart of the crowd. This five-piece provide an austere stage presence, dwarfing the already small stage of the Underworld. At the end of the set, the audience feels firmly violated yet clamour for the band to play longer."”

"The Norwegian version of Cannibal Corpse, Blood Red Throne delivers pummeling death metal, with a technical edge."

“Souls of Damnation album review: "On Souls Of Damnation, Blood Red Throne constantly lunges at the listener’s throat, like a wounded animal with one last gasp for flesh. The nine tracks fly by at a breakneck pace, with little room for innovation. This is death metal at its most primal, with no distractions or ill-conceived interludes to break up the deconstructive insanity."”

"If you like death metal in the vein of groups like Death, Morbid Angel and Obituary, Blood Red Throne is a band you'll want to check out."

“Souls of Damnation album review; "Pearls on a string! Dream album for the air-drummer! Real, bone-hard and extremely macho! Like a fucking thunderstorm put in order! Eager recommendations!" 9/10”

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