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Soft Kill is the project of Toby Grave and his wife Shiloe Alia (aka "two people playing like five"). It's Grave's first project after dissolving Blessure Grave -- owners of one of the 20 most…   Read Story »
There were more albums released in 2010 than could fit on all the lists released in 2010. (And there were many lists.) With that in mind, and certain '10 records still ringing in our ears, we put our…   Read Story »
We last heard from Blessure Grave regarding their "Stranger In The House" video in June, but it feels more fitting to discuss the San Diego death-rockers now that the autumn weather's shifting toward…   Read Story »
San Diego death-rockers Blessure Grave have impressed me for awhile with their dead-on sing-along hooks. I'm a sucker for goth dramatics, but more important than the scowl or Death In June, Sex Gang…   Read Story »
Hardworking San Diego death-rock outsiders Blessure Grave released the excellent Judged By 12, Carried By 6 in February, but are already at work on a new record. We have a sample of it today via an…   Read Story »
When I was in high school I had a Meat Is Murder t-shirt. The one with the lyrics to the album's title track on the front: "It's not natural, normal or kind / The flesh you so fancifully fry / The…   Read Story »
Reyna Kay is one half of Blessure Grave, the gothy Hellhammer-referencing South California death rock band and one-time Outsiders you should expect big things from in 2010. (Well, amongst those of us…   Read Story »
I really enjoy onetime Outsiders Blessure Grave: As mentioned when posting the gothy San Diego duo's "Open Or Shut" video and "Stranger In The House," Reyna and Toby Grave conjure death rock darkness…   Read Story »
Gothy San Diego Outsiders Blessure Grave recently graced us with the appropriately dark, dramatic Adam Grabarnick-directed video for "Open Or Shut." We don't have moving images this time, but in…   Read Story »
As reported via the Outsiders a few months ago, goth-inflected San Diego duo Blessure Grave did a split 12" with Crocodiles and Cold Cave (amid a zillion other releases). If you wanted a tighter…   Read Story »