Three-piece atmospheric-grunge band from Hull taking influence from a huge array of artists including Drenge, Queens of The Stone Age, Alice In Chains, and Royal Blood. Formed in 2015, they have continued to advance and develop year on year.
2020 is set to be a huge year for Bloodhound with their debut album due out in January 2020, further releases throughout the year, plenty of shows to accompany these, and tracks already being broadcast on stations nationwide such as BBC Radio 6 Music. Their sound delivers monstrous riffs and mammoth choruses alongside psychedelic noise that twists their songs into an atmospheric utopia.
"They deliver what it says on the tin with style and assurance." - Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music
“They were great, they are great, and I don’t think it would be controversial to say they’ll be even better in the future.” - The Gryphon
"Monstrous riffs, mammoth melodies, I love it.” - Alan Raw, BBC Introducing Humberside
“Totally on it right now.” - Warren Records
"I heard one song from the back of a golf cart at a festival and it sounded GREAT." - Daniel Mawer (The Sesh & Low Hummer)
“Dinosaur Pile-Up meets Nirvana via Vulgarians-style awesome. So, yeah. That’s real good.” - Soundsphere Magazine
“Bloodhound’s fuzzy DIY sound is laced with a sense of doom and foreboding not dissimilar to the likes of Drenge and Demob Happy.” - Sound of Pen
“I was left wanting more of Bloodhound” - Local Sound Focus
“A sludge of bone-grinding guitar riffs and tortured vocals.” - Backseat Mafia
“Growing in stature with every performance” - Mark Page (The Sesh)
“Damn good stuff!” - Luke Goodhand (VOXX Magazine)
“A wave of pile driving noise torn from the soul of QOTSA and Royal Blood” - Birmingham Wire
“Bloodhound have evolved their hand crafted melodies into sludgy, high octane and intense forms of modern day grunge.” - Counteract