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Blood Stained Notes / Press

““A good track, featuring some excellent drumming and some excellent metal guitar playing, reminiscent of Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, the alternative grunge scene, also elements of the Melvins and Flipper in that it features sludge style sound and a very CHris Cornell-esque singer””

Crowd Reviews

“My favorite song was “These Four Walls”, and once you listen to it you’ll understand why.  It’s a fantastic song.  It’s hard, it’s loud, it’s excellent Grunge-Rock with even a teasing of Metal.  Jace Parker’s voice was made for this kind of music.  In all honesty, Blood Stained Notes is in the wrong point in time.  And I don’t mean that as a bad thing, because if Grunge wants to make a comeback, I’m all for it.  But this band’s music would have been perfect in the 90s.  I can easily see them in my collection with STP, Alice, and maybe even with Soundgarden.If you’re looking for something to take you back to the good ‘ol days when Grunge Rock was THEE Rock, you can’t do much better than Blood Stained Notes.  MarsBands highly recommends them and in turn you should recommend them to everyone you know.  Give them a listen and enjoy!”

“Blood Stained Notes came on afterwards, and were a heady mix of metal dissonance and punk immediacy. Their guitarist, and it’s often a bone of contention who plays lead and who plays rhythm, hogging most of the limelight was definitely one of punk’s more visceral proponents. Think Bonehead of Oasis fame (where’s he nowadays, anyway?), trying to upstage Noel Gallagher; but complete in ‘down-with-Queen-Lizzy’ t-shirt and skinny black jeans with black boots. Their bassplayer really did upstage someone, namely Thirsty Locusts. This done by taking his band to another level with his supremely tidy playing, glasses and haircut…instrument strapped tightly and as highly-strung as his Mark King Level 42! ”