The Bloody Nerve - Release Act 1 and premiere video

The Bloody Nerve – Release Act 1 and premiere video

The Bloody Nerve - Release Act 1 and premiere video of their Concept Album ‘All Blood, No Treasure’ with the Single ‘Roads’ & its Powerful Video

The Bloody Nerve – Release Act 1 and premiere video

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The Bloody Nerve Conclude Act I of their Concept Album ‘All Blood, No Treasure’ with the Single ‘Roads’ & its Powerful Video

Rock duo The Bloody Nerve (Stacey Blood and Laurie Ann Layne) may be Nashville-based, but you’d never guess it from their menacing sound, incisive edge and the dystopia-challenging themes of their work, such as their latest single ‘Roads’ with its hard-hitting accompanying video. It’s a song with a huge sound that hits with much clout and shiv-sharp edge.

‘Roads’ is the latest episode from The Bloody Nerve’s powerhouse rock concept album ‘All Blood, No Treasure’. Unlike most albums‘All Blood, No Treasure’ isn’t being released all at once. Instead, the band chose to release it in phased instalments, episode-by-episode, building up tension and anticipation over time: single-by-single, part-by-part. Every single release carries its own standalone meaning and feel, but the individual tracks build up a broader, interconnected, work of art, with a message that both overarches the parts and is woven through them.

‘All Blood, No Treasure’ isn’t just an album, it’s an unfolding work of art and a mosaic that will build up over several months, each part having its own music and meaning, adding to the overall work.”

The Bloody Nerve - Release Act 1 and premiere video
Act I concludes with ‘Roads

As vocalist Laurie Ann Layne explains, “The album is broken up into four ‘Acts’, with Act I concluding with ‘Roads’.  There will be a limited-edition CD available on the street date for each of the acts, with a full-length CD and dope vinyl when it’s over.”

‘Roads’ concludes Act I of ‘All Blood, No Treasure’, following ‘A Million Arms’ and ‘What’s It Say? (About You)’.

Bluesdoodles Thoughts: Expect your senses to be jolted as the sound escapes and builds across your speakers. The music is raw, loud and assaults your soul with lyrics that have a sting in their tail. Listen and absorb the details, remember the devil is in the detail. Never truer than in this punk fueled rock number, beautifully sung with tasty riffs.

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