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PRESENTED BY: REV. JAY LEAL
DIRECTED BY: REV. JAY LEAL
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: REBEL REV. PRODUCTIONS.
Shot at The Muse in Nashville, TN.
BalconyTV Nashville Director Rev. Jay Leal Brings you..
Blitzkid began in Bluefield, WV in the winter of 1997. In the 14 years that they have been a band, they have toured consistently all over the US and overseas. The band is headed up by ARGYLE GOOLSBY(bass/vokills/metabolism), NATHAN BANE (guitar/keys/the brightside) and RICKO MORTIS (drums/job security). In the time they have been a band, they have garnered critical underground acclaim for their tireless work ethic, consistent, ever evolving album output, disregard for bad tour routing and dedication to giving their audience their moneys worth through providing energetic live shows and playing great songs. Blitzkid has a prodigious following in the states as well as Europe and have shared the stage, in some cases regularly, with many and great notable acts. Blitzkid have also been a regular part of many of the biggest festivals in Europe including Mera Luna, Rock My Ass, Endless Summer, Summer Breeze, and WGT. Blitzkid are signed to Century Media/People Like You Records worldwide and managed by Riot Rock Management. They are booked exclusively by Destiny Tourbooking in Europe, and by The Pantheon Agency in North America. The band has released material consistently since 1998. Apparitional released in March of 2011 is Blitzkids first release on Century Media/PLY Records. Their music has also appeared in many salient horror films, most notably It Came From Trafalgar, Dark Wings a documentary on the Mothman, Satan Hates You, and Gris Grimlys classic Cannibal Flesh Riot. They have also appeared favorably in publications such as Terrorizer, Punk Rock Confidential, Metal Maniacs, Rue Morgue, Horrorhound, Virus, Drop Dead, Sonic Seducer, KinKats, Revolver, Zillo, and Ox. Since they have been together, the band has captured the imaginations of fans of underground music all over the world. At Blitzkid shows, there is no separation between the band and the fans, and you can expect it to be a catharsis of emotion, intensity and a visible exorcism through raw melodicism. Their aim has, and always will be, to create something meaningful for themselves and others through songs that stand the test of time. LONG LIVE THE HORROR!!!