Press Release via Bloody Diamonds

Toronto's goth-tinged dark rock band Bloody Diamonds have released a music video for their brand new single 'Skin and Bones', a song off their upcoming full-length album. The tune is available on Bandcamp and you can watch the video below (or click here).

The four-piece bluesy rock band will celebrate the release with a string of Ontario dates and an Eastern Canadian tour, including a showcase at Canadian Music Week in Toronto on May 7th. 


4/02 - Guelph, ON @ Jimmy Jazz
4/03 - Toronto, ON @ Bovine Sex Club
4/04 - Peterborough, ON @ The Garnet
4/10 - Oshawa, ON @ Wasted Space
4/17 - North Bay, ON @ Raven and Republic
4/24 - Windsor, ON @ Villain's Beastro
4/25 - London, ON @ The APK
5/07 - Toronto, ON @ Rancho Relaxo (CMW)
5/21 - Montreal, QC @ Barfly*
5/22 - Fredericton, NB @ The Capitol*
5/23 - Halifax, NS @ Gus' Pub*
5/24 - Charlottetown, PE @ Baba's Lounge*
5/25 - New Glasgow, NS @ The Acro Lounge*
5/27 - Saint John, NB @ Callahan's Pub*
5/28 - Moncton, NB @ Plan B*

5/29 - Quebec, QC @ Scanner Bistro*
5/30 - Ottawa, ON @ Leaky B's*

*w/ Costume Party

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More on Bloody Diamonds:

When a wild long-haired punk meets a quiet songstress with an acoustic guitar, they usually turn the other way. Bloody Diamonds are the exception. With heavy riffs and wailing, powerful vocals, Toronto's goth-tinged dark rock band Bloody Diamonds are a four-piece rock n' roll monster.

Fronted by vocalist Sara Elizabeth and guitarist Jake Seaward the two bring together the gloom of early Black Sabbath and the modern feel of Band of Skulls, delivering a hard-hitting rock show with intensely dynamic vocals. One minute Elizabeth is soft and sweet, the next she's foaming at the mouth, unleashing a menacing, gritty howl. Her soulful, haunting voice and unhinged stage presence has been compared to singers such as Janis Joplin, Patti Smith, and Alison Mosshart.

Since their formation in 2011, the band has been relentlessly touring North America, releasing a full length album and multiple singles during this time. From New York City to Austin, from Vancouver to St. John's, Bloody Diamonds have left a whirlwind of loud and dirty rock n' roll on every stage they've played. Originally from Halifax, the band's in-your-face passion and dedication has earned them a nomination for Loud Recording of the Year at Nova Scotia Music Week, a placement in television, and showcases at North by Northeast, Halifax Pop Explosion and Canadian Music Week.

Bloody Diamonds have spent the last year in the studio working on a brand new full-length album. The four-piece will spend 2015 touring their new material throughout North America.


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