BLOODLUST To Play First L.A. Show In 17 Years

Los Angeles-based power metal pioneers BLOODLUST have added another date in their reunion schedule: Wednesday, June 1 at the Key Club in Los Angeles, California. In addition to being the first show in their hometown in 17 years, it will be a special night in the history of power metal in Los Angeles — the show is a co-headliner with the legendary AGENT STEEL. This may be the only L.A. appearance for both bands as both are committed to additional recording projects and touring throughout 2005.

BLOODLUST are putting the finishing touches on their reissue CD containing all releases as well as new tracks recorded by producer/guitar guru Joe Floyd. Look for release later in 2005. Also, don't miss BLOODLUST in their only Midwest appearance at the Classic Metal Festival in Chicago, Illinois on Saturday, May 14. More information is available at


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