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Black Breath
Band Info
OriginBellingham, Washington, United States
Years-Active2006-present
Genre(s)Death metal, crossover thrash, crust punk, hardcore punk
Label(s)Southern Lord
Associated ActsChristian Mistress, Go It Alone
Homepagewww.blackbreath.com
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Black Breath is a band from Bellingham, Washington who moved to Seattle. They play death, black, and thrash metal influenced hardcore. A key factor of their sound is the "Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal Pedal", which was popularized by bands such as Entombed, Dismember and Edge of Sanity in the early 90's.

History Edit

Black Breath began in 2005, playing local bars and house shows in Bellingham. They released a few demos, and toured the underground before finally recording an actual EP in 2008. In 2008 they released the Razor to Oblivion EP under their own label, Hot Mass Records.[1] The EP gained attention in the local music underground and the band signed with Southern Lord Recordings, a Los Angeles based metal and hardcore punk oriented label, in October 2009. Black Breath toured across the country to support the EP as a support act for Victims, Rise and Fall, and Trap Them. Southern Lord then took over the distribution of the EP, which was re-released under the new label, and Black Breath went to the east coast to record their debut album, Heavy Breathing, at GodCity Studios, owned by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou.[2] Heavy Breathing was released on March 30, 2010 by Southern Lord. Their second album titled Sentenced to Life was released March 27, 2012 on Southern Lord Recordings.

MembersEdit

Current members
  • Neil McAdams - Vocals
  • E. Wallace - Guitars
  • Mark Palm - Guitars (2012-present)
  • Elijah Nelson - Bass
  • J. Byrum - Drums
Former members
  • Josh Holland - Bass
  • Brian - Guitars
  • F. Funds - Guitars

DiscographyEdit

Music VideosEdit

  • Home of the Grave (2012)

References Edit

  1. Levin, Hannah (March 24, 2010), "Black Breath", Seattle Weekly, <http://www.seattleweekly.com/2010-03-24/calendar/black-breath>. Retrieved on 13 May 2010 
  2. Begrand, Adrien (April 12, 2010). Black Breath: Heavy Breathing. PopMatters. Retrieved on May 13, 2010.
  3. Black Breath Streaming New Song "Mother Abyss"

External links Edit

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