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Punks invade church: ACID BLOOD are back with new video for “Tombstone World”

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Swedish punk band ACID BLOOD has a brand-new video out for the song “Tombstone World”, taken from their debut album “Acid Blood” (order here or here). It marks their 8th music video released in support of the record and can be watched above.

Like all the previous videos, it was directed by Nicklas Viberg. The Swedish government is lifting its audience restrictions on September 29th and the band is gearing up for their first proper post-covid gig at the Last Mosh For Charlie punk festival in their hometown Umeå on October 2nd.

Acid Blood is Jojo Anderbygd – vocals, Karl Backman – guitar, Emil Fjällström – bass, and Isak Mörtzell – drums.

Acid Blood by by Emelie Rehn
Acid Blood by by Emelie Rehn

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