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Bloodflag

Bloodflag

Bloodflag


BloodFlag was a short lived project headed by Erik Christides which went through many line-up changes throughout its history. Rozz Williams and Ace Farren Ford were featured as guest singers for the live performance at Coven 13. in early 1997. The line-up for the recording of Daughters Of Darkness was Erik Christides, Rozz Williams & Paris. For Stain, the line-up was Erik Christides,Bart Repcik & Jennifer Bamber. BloodFlag had one final line-up change before the end, Erik Christides, Israel Medina & Kenton Holmes. Read more on Last.fm
BloodFlag was a short lived project headed by Erik Christides which went through many line-up changes throughout its history. Rozz Williams and Ace Farren Ford were featured as guest singers for the live performance at Coven 13. in early 1997. The line-up for the recording of Daughters Of Darkness was Erik Christides, Rozz Williams & Paris. For Stain, the line-up was Erik Christides,Bart Repcik & Jennifer Bamber.

BloodFlag had one final line-up change before the end, Erik Christides, Israel Medina & Kenton Holmes. BloodFlag came to the end of its road in November of 1997 with the death of Erik Christides. BloodFlag managed to release two singles before its demise, Daughters Of Darkness can be found on the Cleopatra compilation entitled Vampire Themes, and an alternate mix of the same song can be found on the Malaise/Cleopatra Compilation entitled Merry Maladies. Also found on the Merry Maladies Compilation is the second and final single of BloodFlag Stain. Read more on Last.fm.

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