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Black Vendetta - Draconian Backlash

Webpage: http://www.reverbnation.com/blackvendettababy

Location: London, UK, United Kingdom


My sounds is guitar-based wall of sound with a 21st century twist. It's basically absolutely phenomenal.

Press Release:
The album’s single "Breakaway" contains the unmistakable sound from the '70s and the start of the '80s from artists like Frida, Blondie, Roxette, and U2. The single sounds like the perfect hit from 1984 that somehow simply sat in a vault all these years, only to emerge in the 21st century."Breakaway" is one of Black Vendetta's strongest songs, loaded with punchy, hook-riddled anthems,and ringing guitars. Black Vendetta has his talent and the songwriting chops to do great things. The music proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Black Vendetta has more great music yet to create.
Welcome to Black Vendetta. my real name is Nathan Virica . I am a 21 year old songwriter and rhythm guitarist, from Harrogate. I spent 3 years of my life in bands, one of which was within touching distance of making it work, and in the end it was only drummers, bassists, singers, lead guitarists, venues, people in general, circumstances in general, life in general and my location at the time that prevented me from achieving this. School predictably failed and thereafter finding little else in Harrogate other than the guy who plays Marlon in Emmerdale (who is a truly miserable bastard if you ever happen to see him in real life!) and a truly shit nightclub known as the moko lounge I decided to come to London and change my strategy along the way. I am now a solo artist (but I kept the band name I so beautifully crafted back in 2007 :)), using guest singers for the purposes of live performance. If topic matters such as depression, alienation, rejection, recreational drug misuse, failure, cripling anxiety disorders and the occasional reference to death float your boat then my word
do I have a treat for you!

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