Soil Bleeds Black, The

Also known as ...The Soil Bleeds Black, Soil Bleed Black, The
Members of Soil Bleeds Black, The: Dawn Desiree', Eugenia Houston, Mark Riddick, Michael Riddick
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.soilbleedsblack.com, http://www.myspace.com/thesoilbleedsblack

Discography of Soil Bleeds Black, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Quintessence 5 Audio 2001 World Serpent
2 Alchemie 12 Audio 1999 World Serpent
3 Mirror Of The Middle Ages 12 Audio 2003-04-00 The Fossil Dungeon
4 The Kingdom & It's Fey 25 Audio 1996 Cruel Moon International
5 The Kingdom & It's Fey 30 Audio 1996 Cruel Moon International
6 May The Blood Of Many A Valiant Knight Be Avenged 34 Audio 1998 Draenor Productions
7 A Medieval Mélange 9 Audio 2000 Renaissance Magazine
8 Three Living, Three Dead 6 Audio 2004 Old Europa Cafe
9 March Of The Infidels 16 Audio 1997
10 Promotional Cassette 1999 5 Audio 1999 Not On Label
11 Mirror Of The Middle Ages 11 Audio 2002-04-00 The Fossil Dungeon
12 Lead Into Gold 7 Audio 2002 Lichtbringer
13 The Knightly Years 15 Audio 2009 Twilight Records (2)
14 May The Blood Of Many A Valiant Knight Be Avenged 34 Audio 1998 Draenor Productions
15 Quintessence 7 Audio 2011


The Soil Bleeds Black was conceived in the year 1992 as a project that focused on the experimental visions of twin brothers, Mark and Michael Riddick. Over years the concepts changed as the brothers searched for a complete sound that could appropriately exhibit their transformative thoughts and interests. This endeavor reached a particular climax in the year 1994, when TSBB took on a sound of pure medieval folkloric expression. Shortly after this realization, Mark and Mike added Eugenia Wallace to their ranks. Eugenia's vocal contribution helped to bring to fruition the final elements that would make up the portrait of their endeavors. Essentially, The Soil Bleeds Black aim to convey an enchanting conglomeration of raw sound, middle age custom, and self-expression through ancient allegory, alchemical tract, and their entourage of medieval instruments.


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