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Two bands use(d) the name 'Blood Circus'.
1) Blood Circus was an early, short-lived grunge band from Seattle, Washington.
The band's first release was a single, 1988's "Six Foot Under"/"Two Way Street", on Sub Pop. Both Nirvana and Mudhoney performed their first-ever shows opening for Blood Circus at Seattle's Vogue club in 1988.
In 1989 Sub Pop released the band's first and only twelve inch, a five-track EP called Primal Rock Therapy which was largely panned by critics and ignored by the public. This contributed to the split of the band in 1990 after a US tour with the French band Les Thugs. Both bands played in San Francisco in June 1989.
They briefly reformed in 1992, when Sub Pop re-released Primal Rock Therapy on CD with five additional unreleased tracks. The re-release comprised almost all of the band's recorded output, except for the song The Outback, which can be found on the Sub Pop 200 compilation. The band also briefly appeared in the 1996 film Hype!, a documentary about the rise of the Seattle scene.
Blood Circus performed a one-off reunion show at Seattle's Crocodile Café in 2007.
2) Japanese rock band, featuring Atsushi Yokozeki on guitar. In 2001, the band released "Born To Love". Read more on Last.fm
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