Bloodphemy (NL)

Brutal Dutch Death Metal (NL)



17-03-2018 Tod und Teufel Fest, Aachen, GER
07-04-2018 Grunnt Metal fest, Groningen, NL
12-05-2018 Hatefest, Deventer, NL
29-09-2018 Bloodfest, Apeldoorn, NL
09-11-2018 Madlion fest, Pl
10-11-2018 Madlion, PL


Bloodphemy, a band from Amersfoort (the Netherlands) which utilises a variety of implementations of the sound of death metal nowadays; Apart from brutal & catchy riffs, the incorporation of melody and industrial vibes create a refreshing perspective of the genre.

Since the original formation back in 2000, Bloodphemy came to a full stop only to re-charge and come back stronger than ever in 2015.

With renowned metal musicians Edwin Nederkoorn (Pleurisy, KhaoZ), Wicliff Wolda (Beyond Belief,
Sad Whisperings), Winfred Koster (Pleurisy, Alterizer) Michel Alderliefsten (Sinister, Houwitser, Neoceasar)
and Olivier van der Kruijf (Judgement Day, Grindpad), Bloodphemy is made of an experienced crew dedicated to bringing the best of the best.

After joining forces with vocalist Arnold Oudemiddendorp (Devious, Altar) and guitarist Rutger van Noordenburg (Bleeding Gods, Shinigami), 2016 started with Bloodphemy signing a 2-album record deal with Sleaszy Rider Records and on january 31st 2016 Bloodphemy released their well received debut mini-cd “Blood Will Tell”.

While recording their debut album in 2016, Bloodphemy decided to part ways with Arnold Oudemiddendorp.
Session vocalist Dirk Willems saved the day and helped them to finalise the recordings of “Bloodline” which was released mid 2017.

To be able to focus on his family and his remaining bands, Rutger van Noordenburg decided to leave Bloodphemy shortly after the release of “Bloodline”. Michel Alderliefsten, then backup guitarist, committed to be his replacement and along with new vocalist Olivier van der Krijf, Bloodphemy’s
lineup is now stable and complete. Bloodphemy will be playing a broad variety of european festivals throughout 2017 and to focus on the recordings of their next release which is scheduled for late 2018.