Blue Hummingbird On The Left   Bloodflower
Release Date: 2010

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0.0 Evan Mester | August 16th 15

A short and punkish release from BTC. The flute really does a great job establishing the tribal atmosphere
alongside the epic riffs. However the album really does not get off to a good start since the first track is quite
lackluster. Plus those "bird shrieks" on the same track are quite annoying. While the riffs are epic they do seem to
blend in with each other apart from a couple of exceptional ones. Other than the poor opening track, what you
got here is another quality release for BTC that makes great use of of its Central American influences.


3.5 greatB R A N D O N S C O T T | January 8th 11

One of the Black Twilight Circle's newest acquisitions, Blue Hummingbird onn the Left forsakes the often atmospheric playing of their fellow inductees, playing a rawer form of black metal with crust and thrash influences. With lyrical themes centered upon Mexican Nationalism and Huitzilopochtli War Culture, Blue Hummingbird on the Left is certainly a fun, quick listen to energetic raw black metal. Oh and did I mention the flute playing?


3.0 goodoltnabrick | August 18th 14
2.5 averageCaptainDooRight | December 27th 13
3.0 goodMicah-Nahum Ferguson is reading again. | October 18th 13
2.5 averageApplicationToHeaven | September 29th 12
5.0 classicratbastard | June 16th 12
2.5 averageYou Are My Everlovin' | June 11th 12
3.0 goodZombieDenial | April 30th 12
3.0 goodThe Dead Librarian | August 18th 11
2.5 averagePittsburgh | August 2nd 11
4.0 excellentMoosechriS | July 7th 11
2.0 poorkount | April 8th 11

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