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Blitzkid

Five Cellars Below

Fiend Force 28

Released on September 26, 2006

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Blitzkid, a band that has lived most of its existence on a strictly DIY level, have truly worked to earn their laurels. Eternally a band committed to their fans, you will see Blitzkid working alongside those who support them through constant accessibility and interaction. There is no "stage" at a Blitzkid show. Blitzkid has been in motion for nearly 10 years now, and still carry with them the same momentum, inspiration, and love that forged their beginning. Fame is not a goal in this band. There are more important issues that the band feels should be accomplished. Such as leaving great music, and songs/memories that will stand the test of time.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Black Mountain Backstep  0%
2 A Blind Bargain  0%
3 Dementia Voted #2  12%
4 Starlite Decay  8%
5 Mary And The Storm Voted #3  12%
6 Midnight Mile  0%
7 Lady In The Lake Voted #1  16%
8 Terror In the Haunted House  7%
9 Genus Unknown  8%
10 Demon Machine  4%
11 The Torn Prince  3%
12 The Trunk  8%
13 Bloodletting  9%
14 Carve Out A Heart  11%
15 Vanishing Riders  2%
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Keith from Covington, WA 
May 24 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

THiS CD WiTHOUT A DOUBT, iS BLiTZKiDS BEST RELEASE. CALL URSELF A HORROR PUNK, GET THiS. YOU CANT GO WRONG. THE ONLY SONG i DONT LiKE iS TEH 1ST ONE. BUT STiLL iT GETS A 5!!!

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Keenan from Bluefield, WV 
Jan 27 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is another fine release by the new kings of horror-punk. In alot of ways it's different from past releases, but the band grows with each release. I would suggest picking anything up by Blitzkid before most other bands!

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Brandon from Boiling Springs, SC 
Aug 25 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the CD has really well written lyrics and the singer has a pretty nice vocal range and the music is good as well it will be thrasing punk rock style stuff with a heavy metal feeling at times and the next its a slower paced song that has a 50s feel to it, very nostalgic. others are a bit of a mix, like Terror in the Haunted House. Most songs are more horror movie oriented, a few others are not. its not a CD where every song has the same feel to it.

My favorite songs are Mary and the Storm, Terror in the Haunted House, Genus Unknown, The Torn Prince, and Carve out a Heart



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Elias from Tucson, AZ 
Jun 12 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First of all its difficult for me to call this album horror rock. Horror rock usually makes me feel like a sick sadist and this album doesn't. Does this make it a bad cd? Hell No!! I love this cd, it's up there with TRACE OF A STRANGER, but not better.

Black Mountain Backstep - its a good first song with some "hollering" haha.

A Blind Bargain - This song is fast and I can't read the lyrics along with this song cause its pretty quick. I'm not sure what this song is about but I believe about a guy that sold his soul.

Dementia - IMO this TB Monstrosity's best song on this album. This, I think is about Ed Gein and the most grotesque song on this album...making it the best.

Starlight Decay - A kick ass song about freaks at a drive-in.

Mary and the Storm - It's good song but I think these kind of songs belong in a My Chemical Romance album. blah

Midnight Mile - Another Love song that I don't think belongs in a horror rock album.

Lady in the Lake - Again a good song but it doesn't belong in horror rock

Terror in the Haunted House - One of the best songs on Five cellars below. I wish more songs like this were on this album.

Genus Unknown - Kick ass song about Moth man.

Demon Machine - I could picture Motorhead singing this. good song.

The Torn Prince - the worst song in the cd. I absolutely don't like it, but I still find myself listening to it.

The Trunk - girlfriend in the trunk?

Bloodletting - I love this song its cover too.

Carve out a heart - A kick ass love song that has no business in a blitzkid album.

Vanishing Riders - I love the melow tempo in the beginning then the furious speed later on. All I could think about when listening to this song is about some skeletal horsemen ransacking the village for a sacrifice.

Bonus track (Five Cellars Below) - A song about the Phantom of the Opera. Makes me feel sorry for that freak.

Overall I like this album but if Blitzkid's next album has more Midnight mile-like songs and less Dementia-like song I'm gonna be dissapointed.

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Mike from Williamsburg, OH 
Oct 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the future of horror rock is right here. blitzkid is a band who has been around for nearly 10 years now and is a well known face in the horror rock scene. every album they release is a step above the last one. this album is by far their best yet, and in my opinion as of now is the best horror rock cd available today. The production level is the best they have ever had by far. everything sounds great and couldnt be any better. from metal songs, to punk songs, to 50's rock ' roll songs and everything in between all songs on this album are very diverse. something for all fans of horror rock will be found here. so if your a horror rock fan and you dont want a misfits knock-off this is the album and band you need to check out. this scene is still alive and well and blitzkid is behind the wheel.










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