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Bloodhag

Bloodhag

Bloodhag


BlöödHag were a death metal band from the United States. The group started off performing songs about science fiction authors, but later spread out into songs about authors from all walks of literature. They consider themselves pioneers of the form "edu-core". BlöödHag is noted for throwing books at their audience as a way of directly promoting literature (the faster you go deaf, the more time you have to read). The name BlöödHag parodies the use of the heavy metal umlaut. Read more on Last.fm
BlöödHag were a death metal band from the United States. The group started off performing songs about science fiction authors, but later spread out into songs about authors from all walks of literature. They consider themselves pioneers of the form "edu-core". BlöödHag is noted for throwing books at their audience as a way of directly promoting literature (the faster you go deaf, the more time you have to read).

The name BlöödHag parodies the use of the heavy metal umlaut. True to death metal form, the lyrics to BlöödHag's minute-long songs are indecipherable, as they are sung in a guttural roar. For that reason, BlöödHag albums have always included printed lyrics. Although BlöödHag are noted for their tongue-in-cheek style, interviews have revealed the band to be literate and their songs factual in regard to the authors depicted. BlöödHag played on tours of libraries in Pacific Northwest, as well as playing more traditional music venues. The band played at the 2004 Nebula Awards in Seattle, Washington.

In keeping with the literary theme, the band conferred upon themselves both academic titles and bibliographic histories: * Dr. J.M. McNulty (aka Deus Ex Libris the Plagiarazor), guitar * Professor J. B.

Stratton (aka Grimoire the Expectorator), vocals * Sir Zachery Orgel (aka Logos the Rythmaticist), bass * Ambassador Brent Carpenter (aka Codex 23 the Chronomaster), drums They played their last show on April 9 2010 SOURCE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloodhag Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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