At The Rainbow on 29th May 2003 and filmed by Sebastian Lapointe no less, New York Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood were touring our personal favourite of their albums “Our Lady of Annihilation“, the cover of which has artwork by by Justin Borucki. It was the first of the bands albums to feature One King Down
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Rewinding the clock back to 4th February 2003 for his freshly released and loving restored full set from New York Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood which took place at Salle L’X in Montreal Canada, it serves as a reminder of what we’ve been missing out on. It was recorded by Sebastian Lapointe and was restored
If there was one band we could seemingly bring back from the grave it would be Most Precious Blood. It’s been nine long years since “Do Not Resuscitate” and while they have always claimed that they’re just taking time off with no pressing urge to write, the New York Hardcore act are much missed in
Courtesy of David Tan, here’s a a pro-shot full set from New York Hardcore Punks Most Precious Blood. It took place at The Star & Garter in Manchester on 28th September 2004 as the band tore across Europe in support of the brilliance that is “Our Lady Of Annihilation“. Who can forget “The Great Red
Pro-Shot by hate5six here’s the Most Precious Blood drum cam from their set at the final Back to School Jam in White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, New Jersey on 7th September 2019. Whether the absence of Rob Fusco from the line up means no new material or not, the band seem intent to resume
One of our favourite Metallic Hardcore bands Most Precious Blood took to the stage on 7th September at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City New Jersey, though Rob Fusco is nowhere to be seen. Maybe he’s too busy with One King Down these days. “Our Lady Annihilation” remains a firm favourite in these parts.
“Our Lady Of Annihilation” by Brooklyn New York Metallic Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood from 2003 that took everyone by surprise. They had formed a couple of years earlier from the ashes of another band called Indecision and were based around the axe wielding duo of Rachel Rosen and Justin Brannan. The bands second album