On the verge of real-life touring, Liverpool metal band Death Blooms have released their timely ode to the moshpit.

The band opened this year’s Download Pilot Festival, receiving a rapturous response from all in attendance

Death Bloom’s vocalist Paul Barrow says of its inspiration and intent: Get in the pit. Just get in it. At every opportunity. It’s our home. Like the last couple of years have shown, it literally feels like all we have sometimes. That bond, that release. Whatever that feeling is needs to be had as much as possible. This is our tribute to the moshpit.”

 

The supremely cathartic feel of One Release is an energy that emanates from the whole of Death Blooms’ debut album Life Is Pain, set for release 22 October via Adventure Cat Records. Recent single Shut Up, which also features on the record, soundtracked the return of heavy music after the pandemic put the kibosh on it,  Jack Saunders has shown his continued support for the band, spinning Shut Up and the updated version of the track featuring Wargasm on BBC Radio 1’s Future Artists show.

Death Blooms are hitting the road with Blood Youth in September and Trash Boat in October armed with their cutthroat collection of new tracks to bring some catharsis to fans across the country. Dates are as follows:

Wednesday 15 September 2021  Hull O’Rileys
Thursday 16 September 2021 Sheffield Corporation
Friday 17 September 2021  Edinburgh Opium
Saturday 18 September 2021 Newcastle Students’ Union
Sunday 19 September 2021 Chester The Live Rooms
Monday 20 September 2021 Cardiff  Clwb Ifor Bach
Tuesday 21 September 2021 Bristol Exchange
Wednesday 22 September 2021 Bournemouth  The Anvil
Thursday 23 September 2021 Brighton The Prince Albert
Friday 24 September 2021 Oxford The Jericho Tavern
Saturday 25 September 2021 Stafford Redrum
Sunday 26 September 2021 Huddersfield The Parish

All things Death Blooms, including details of those live dates this September and October, can be found via their Facebook page and Twitter from where they tweet as @dthblms.