Bloodnut: St Ranga

The tongue in cheek title of Bloodnut’s sophomore album tells you a lot about the band’s irreverent nature. However, the New Zealand metal band’s conceptual focus places Bloodnut in a trickier position with album #2. Like Bloodnut’s debut, 2016’s Blues from the Red Sons, the similarly wittily titled St Ranga is a heavyweight sludge cacophony that sees Bloodnut continue their lyrical exploration of the lives of redheads and/or the red-bearded.... Read More