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Thunderbirds Review: Metalreviews.com (US)

The new release by Portland, Maine non-conformists By Blood Alone allowed me to have a new experience. For the first time I have had a chance to contribute financially to the production, mastering and release of the album. As much … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Concreteweb.be (90/100, Belgium)

Aha…another returnee, but with a new album! And I’m sure some of you will say it was about time too, because although we at Concrete Web only had our review of Seas Of Blood in a TSM/ SLW Promotions special … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Metal CD Ratings (3/5, US)

I reviewed By Blood Alone’s debut ‘Seas of blood’ a few years ago and I remember how intriguing it was at first, and how promising I felt it was after many listens. Now the band is back with their 2nd … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: UberRock (UK)

Portland, Maine’s By Blood Alone come back with their third offering which bares the title ‘Thunderbirds’, a mere four years after sophomore album ‘Seas Of Blood’. To label this band as a mere goth band is an injustice to the … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Fireworks (UK)

Four years after their well received ‘Seas of Blood’ record, Portland progressive quintet BY BLOOD ALONE return with their much anticipated new CD called ‘Thunderbirds’ which has already been getting good reviews from the UK press such as getreadytorock.com. The … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Strutterzine (8.7/10, Netherlands)

Actually I had never heard of the female fronted band BY BLOOD ALONE before, but ‘Thunderbirds’ is already their 3rd CD. They hail from Portland, Maine, USA and play some sort of underground Classic Melodic Metal style that sounds like … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Metalliville.com (8/10, UK)

Hailing from Stephen King’s US homeland Maine, suitably dark sounding fivesome By Blood Alone‘s seven track mini-album treats us to a sweet taste of another of the countless many girl-fronted acts currently making their mark on metal’s endless crust. Crossing … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: Prognaut.com (US)

Following up to their sophomore (their full length debut) album, Seas Of Blood, is an album that shows the band evolving entitled Thunderbirds. This album was released in the early part of 2011. When I heard about it and that … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: The Metal Observer (9/10, Germany)

A couple of years have passed since the American act BY BLOOD ALONE released their mesmerizing debut album “Seas Of Blood.” As it was welcomed very warmly by both the press and the fans I can imagine that “Thunderbirds” is … Continue reading

Thunderbirds Review: getreadytorock.com (4/5, UK)

Female fronted gothic / progressive metal and third album from this USA band that is also pleasantly melodic. From the opening “Drive All Night”, which runs at over 9 minutes, you get gothic prog combined, but also some melodic rock’n’roll … Continue reading