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The Deep Eynde - Bad Blood
The Deep Eynde hails from Hollywood, California and have just released their latest album called Bad Blood. According to the biography that’s included Bad Blood is fast paced with sing along lyrics that will, without a doubt, make you run away from home, drop out of school or make you wish you had. Well let’s see if that’s right.
 
Because I work at a school in the age of 12 till 16/17 I thought by myself why don’t I give it a try. I carefully selected several students, which of course I didn’t like very much, and let them listen to the new album of The Deep Eynde. After a few days they started to complain why they had to listen to this album all the time. For the sake of the research I managed to hold on another week but that was as much as I could do. After this none of the students dropped out of school. So in the end I can conclude that Bad Blood has nothing to do with dropping out of school, even when it is said in the biography.
 
Now let’s get on to the serious part of this review. Bad Blood is a mixture of Rock ‘N Roll, Punk and Gothic. I believe some people like to call it horrorpunk form time to time. Personally I would file The Deep Eynde under music which I can’t get enough off. With this mixture of The Misfits, Damned, Ramones, Stooges, etc. they pulled of a great album. Especially the songs ‘We Don’t Care About You’, ‘Casualty Of Love’ and ‘Date From Hell’ are great.
 
In the end I can say that Bad Blood certainly isn’t a bad album. With several great songs they manage to grab your attention, it’s only a shame that after a while mediocrity strikes again. Especially near the end of the album I constant thinking about other things than The Deep Eynde.
 
PS. No students where harmed in anyway during this research.
The Deep Eynde - Bad Blood
70/1001Details People Like You Records
Released on Monday May 14th, 2007
Punk

Writer @Niamen on Friday Jun 15th, 2007

Tags: #The Deep Eynde
Tracklisting 1. Kiss Of Violence
2. We Don´t Care About You
3. Date From Hell
4. Casuality Of Love
5. Teenage Rejected
6. Divide The Day
7. Lonely Wolves
8. The Calling
9. Christfuck
10. Under The Knife
11. Sik Of You
12. Songs For Sinners
13. Zombie Kids
Line up Fate Fatal - Vocals
Stress - Guitar
Tino Franco - Guitar
Robert Graver - Bass
Hal Satan - Drums