The Bloody Nerve release a new video ‘Episode 5 — Down to the Letter’.

Maverick rock and rollers The Bloody Nerve continue the roll-out of Act II (The Reckoning) of their hard-hitting, episodically released, powerhouse concept album ‘All Blood, No Treasure’ with the lyric video for ‘Episode 5: Down to the Letter’.
 
The Bloody Nerve combines the formidable talents of singer/guitarist Stacey Blood and vocalist Laurie Ann Layne, who deliver a tsunami of sound and committed rock energy that many a band would envy and are building an album that has meaning and message, released part by part.

The Bloody Nerve release a new video ‘Episode 5 — Down to the Letter’.

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Episode 5; “Down To The Letter” grabs you and hits hard right from the get-go, with its opening hook then quickly builds to the fully fleshed out sound that The Bloody Nerve have infused into this album. Stacey Blood’s vocals come to the fore in this number with a sound that seems to warn, lecture, and mock all at the same time.  Combined with the edge and power of his guitar, the track lifts off into the archetypal stadium rock payoff in the chorus, supported by the blazing lights in the animated lyric video.
 

Check out The Bloody Nerve’s latest release: Episode 5: “Down To The Letter”.  One more Act II video track will be released soon — the Act II finale for “Reckoning’ — followed by the 3-track Act II EP, which will drop on 25th March on digital platforms, with a limited-edition CD also being released.

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