Thank you to Broad and High for featuring Bloodthirsty Virgins on last week’s episode. They interviewed Nikki and showed the entire video for “Empty.” Watch it now on YouTube:
We recently released our video for “Empty,” a song from our self-titled debut album. The video was shot on location at the historic Southern Theatre in Columbus, Ohio, and features a cast of wicked sexy performers.
It’s here! Thanks to videographer Jon Ebright, Dick’s Den for letting us invade their bar and all the amazing extras that showed up for the video shoot.
Thanks to The Power Popaholic for the favorable review… “No real filler and it’s definitely a grower for a quiet night, so turn the lights low and give it a listen.”
Our debut album was included in Aquabear Legion’s Best of 2016 list of Ohio releases, and featured on their latest Western Reserve Podcast. Thanks to everybody at Aquabear!
Some great bands on this list!
Bloody Show – “Bell Hooks”
The Village Bicycle – “Sprankles”
Leggy – “Backyard”
Brat Curse – “Complete Control”
Mikey Machine – “50 Years”
Sex Tide – “Boarded Up”
Bloodthirsty Virgins – “In the End”
St. Lenox – “You Don’t Call Me Anymore”
EYE – “Searching”
Skeletonwitch – “Well of Despair”
Slackluster – “Let It Show”
Extra Medium Pony – “Doin’ Fine”
Raw Pony – “Country Ripoff”
A couple wonderful reviews of our debut album have been published in the past couple weeks…
Selective Memory – “Bloodthirsty Virgins presents dissilusionment, surrounding rich lyrical writing with carefully disciplined musical seduction.”
The Rogers Revue – “If Lalo Schifrin and Henry Mancini were around today to give their opinions on movie scores and music in films, they’d be hard pressed to ignore the upcoming self-titled album from Bloodthirsty Virgins.”
Thank you to Columbus Alive for featuring Bloodthirsty Virgins in their latest issue.
Photo courtesy of Columbus Alive.
The debut self-titled album from Bloodthirsty Virgins will be released November 4 on Scioto Records. Available on vinyl and digital download/stream.
We were lucky enough to be invited to the play at the Prince Tribute in Columbus on May 21. Not only did Andrew Willard play keys with us for the entire set, but Joe Loyer and Evan Fraser joined us for my favorite Prince song, “Power Fantastic.”