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Blood Command have released their brilliant new single 'The End is Her', the second glimpse of the band's new vocalist, Nikki Brumen (ex-Pagan).

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Blood Command mastermind Yngve Andersen comments: “'The End is Her” is for the losers, for the wallflowers and for the people who never quite fit in. It’s a song about feeling so invisible that no matter how loud you scream, no one will hear you. For anyone who burns so brightly but nobody else sees even a flicker of the flame.

I wrote the lyrics at time when I was feeling weak and alone but used this darkness as ammo to become stronger. You never know what is going on in someone’s mind or what they are capable of, so I want this song to remind people to never underestimate the outcasts. That we have the ability to use the doubt of others to ignite something inside of us - to strike a match and light the world on fire.

It felt right to release this track next, as this was the first song I showed Nikki when I first asked her to join the band. I knew she could scream, but I’d never heard her actually sing, so I gave her this song to record and send back to me, just to make sure she was the right fit. I was actually playing a show when she sent the demo back and let’s just say, I partied really hard that night. It was a dream come true.

We’ve shown the heavier side of the new era of Blood Command with A Villain’s Monologue. Now it’s time to shake it up with 'The End is Her' - quintessential Death Pop, this is the anthem for anyone who has ever thought it won’t get better but has found solace in realising they aren’t the only one who is suffering."

The self-described death pop band are a one-of-a-kind proposition. Hardcore meets metal meets pop meets punk, Blood Command have previously been called 'one of the world's best kept secrets' by Rock Sound, achieved one of the Albums of the Year in Kerrang!, and applauded by Metal Hammer, among others.

Blood Command have previously toured with Biffy Clyro, Kvelertak, Rolo Tomassi, and Skindred, following the release of their acclaimed EP Return of the Arsonist, the conceptual successor to 2011's Hand Us The Alphamale EP. The band have also shared the stage with Refused, Tragedy, ComebackKid, and Gallows, and have played Download Festival, The GreatEscape, 2000trees and Roskilde festivals, among others. Now with celebrated UK label Hassle Records and with Nikki at the front, Blood Command's power and prestige only rises higher.

Watch Blood Command live:

Dec 17 Vulkan Arena, Oslo

Kvelertak tour support:

Jan 13 Energimølla Kongsberg, Norway

Jan 14 Union Scene Drammen, Norway

Jan 15 Verket Scene Moss, Norway

Jan 20 Parkbiografen Skien, Norway

Jan 21 Artilleriverkstedet Horten, Norway

Jan 22 KICK Scene Kristiansand, Norway

Jan 27 Sentrum Scene Oslo, Norway

Feb 02 Røkeriet, USF Verftet Bergen, Norway

Feb 03 Terminalen Ålesund, Norway

Feb 04 Samfundet Trondheim, Norway

Feb 05 Samfundet Trondheim, Norway

Feb 08 MeetFactory Prague, Czech Republic

Feb 10 Szene Wien Vienna, Austria

Feb 11 Z7 Konzertfabrik Pratteln, Switzerland

Feb 12 Werk, Backstage Munich, Germany

Feb 13 Kulturzentrum Schlachthof Wiesbaden, Germany

Feb 14 Patronaat Haarlem, Netherlands

Feb 16 TRIX Borgerhout, Belgium

Feb 18 Islington Assembly Hall London, UK

Feb 19 Manchester Academy 2 Manchester, UK

Feb 22 FVTVR Paris, France

Feb 23 LE METRONUM Toulouse, France

Feb 25 Mon Madrid Madrid, Spain

Feb 26 Razzmatazz 2 Barcelona, Spain

Feb 27 Kafe Antzokia Bilbao, Spain

Mar 01 Ninkasi Gerland KAO Lyon, France

Mar 02 Club Vaudeville Lindau, Germany

Mar 03 Matrix Bochum, Germany

Mar 05 VoxHall Aarhus, Denmark

Mar 07 Pustervik Gothenburg, Sweden

Mar 08 Kulturbolaget Malmö, Sweden

Mar 09 Debaser Strand Stockholm, Sweden

Mar 11 Tavastia Klubi Helsinki, Finland

Mar 12 Klubi Tampere, Finland

Mar 13 Lutakko Jyväskylä, Finland

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