As we etch closer and closer to the release of Blood Command‘s first album featuring Aussie export Nikki Brumen, the band has shared the next track from their highly anticipated release Praise Armageddonism – which follows on from the already eclectic range of singles ‘A Villains Monologue’, ‘The End is Her‘, ‘Nuns, Guns & Cowboys‘ and ‘I Just Want That Movie Ending‘.
‘A Questionable Taste in Friends‘ is a fun, upbeat bop that sounds like your early 2000s scene era with plenty of ‘woo-oohs’ throughout and Nikki’s playful vocal delivery taking us on a journey of highs and lows when talking about – questionable friendships we’ve made. If you’ve been missing her screams since the release of ‘A Villains Monologue‘ never fear, they’re back and have certainly made up for lost time!
On the new single, the band revealed:
“This is a song for anyone who has ever felt like an outcast because of the way they dress or the style of music they are into. It’s for anyone who has ever felt like they’ve been picked on for not fitting in with the rest of the crowd…”
It’s definitely one of the stand out releases of the week, so jump in and get ready for our former Aussie (yes, she’s officially a Norweigen now) as she and her bandmates take on the world with this new album on July 1st.
Written by Paul ‘Browny’ Brown (@brownypaul)
Stream ‘A Questionable Taste in Friends‘ here
Pre-Order Praise Armageddonism here
Blood Command – Praise Armageddonism tracklisting
1. Praise Armageddonism (Awake Theme)
2. Saturday City
3. The End is Her
4. Everything You Love Will Burn
5. A Questionable Taste in Friends
6. A Villain’s Monologue
7. Nuns, Guns & Cowboys
8. I Just Want That Movie Ending
9. Burn the Blasphemer
10. Last Call for Heaven’s Gate
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