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2.
very good band. listening to them is an intense musical experience. yet, their lyrics alone read like surrealist poetry.
one of their latest:

There's a girl in a cage,
making love to a switchblade.
There's a man behind bars,
milking abandoned cars.
There's a priest in shackles,
building bombs out of bibles.
And piano wire vines and the men in the pines.
That spin round, and round, and round, and round, and round.

(come on, come on!)
Take me to the pit of celebrity pregancies.
(come on, come on, come on!)
I wanna wear the skin of a magazine baby.
(come on, come on!)
Take me to the pit of broken faces.
(come on, come on, come on!)
the five o'clock news is a fucking fantasy.
by Apostrophe Loon January 16, 2005
 
1.
one of the most innovative and original bands ever. described as the new At The Drive-In by many. They originated in the NW hardcore scene and now have an ever-growing following.
Tom:Sugar i'd come over but your coffee tastes like the clap.
Jerry:click, click, bang, bang, kiss the siamese gun click, click, bang, bang.
Max: The way you walk, you walk out of order. the way you talk, you talk out of tune.
by Dm September 12, 2004
 
3.
The Blood Brothers, a truely amzing band that really has no set genre. I love the classy lyrics and they just send out a positive and right image... If we all listened to The Blood Brothers the world would be a better place.....
"Burn, Piano Island, Burn..."

"Johnny.... wanna see me in a dress?"
by Luke Luciano March 17, 2005
 
4.
a truely genre defiante band. who have a sound of hard core with apsolute no metal influence. despite what people say there NOT screamo, screamo died in the late 90s. altho loved by people who are into screamo.
people ether love or hate the blood brotherts there no gray area
by lushus September 04, 2004
 
5.
An experimental post-hardcore band that is loved by many. Its members are in several side projects which include head wound city, neon blonde, and soiled doves.
"We are the blood brothers!"
by sisco July 27, 2006
 
6.
A post-hardcore/experimental band originating from the Seattle area that is one of the most original and innovative bands to hit the music scene since At The Drive-In. The band consists of Johnny Whitney and Jordan Blilie at vox, Morgan Henderson at bass, Cody Votolato at guitar and Mark Gajadahar at drums. Johnny is also known to play keyboards on occassion and Cody Votolato is known to play in his brother, Rocky Votolato's band, Waxwing. The Blood Brothers formed in 2000 and debuted with "This Adultery Is Ripe" in 2001 and have since released "March On The Electric Children" in 2002, their most popular album, "Burn Piano Island, Burn" in 2003 and their latest album, "Crimes" in 2004. The Blood Brothers have since been proclaimed everything from the new At The Drive-In, as stated in another entry, to the 21st Century's answer to Fugazi. The Blood Brothers are known for their weird, sometimes even disturbing lyrics, abstract guitars, the high pitched singing of frontman Johnny Whitney and their incoherent screams.
Bob: Wow, I can't find anyone to replace At The Drive-In. They were one of a kind...
Sam: Well, that's not true. More like 2 of a kind.
Bob: What?
Sam: Here's Burn Piano Island, Burn by a band called The Blood Brothers. They're like At The Drive-In on steroids.
by SKS June 17, 2005