The Blood Republic – ‘Unbound’ Video

The brainchild of Zak Muller, The Blood Republic return with a killer video, Unbound.

After supporting Iron Maiden, touring Europe, and selling out venues across the UK with his previous band Wild Lies, Zak Müller begins a fresh venture with his new band The Blood Republic.

Offering a bold re-imagining of the grunge genre, The Blood Republic was launched in September 2018 with debut single ‘Ditch’ which generated the band over 11,000 followers over their social media platforms in just two months. Since then, the band has been relentlessly releasing great music which has been pulling them in a loyal fanbase of daily listeners along with features on Planet Rock, Total Rock, Maximum Volume, Rock N’ Load Mag, Indie Buddie, Vents Magazine and many other influential blogs, magazines and radio stations.

Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music producer Zak Müller is the front-man and mastermind behind the project. Everything from the music down to the artwork and videos is visualised and created by Zak, making The Blood Republic an advanced artistic endeavour. 

Unbound has a quality video which is a rarity these days. Its a neon affair pulling in the likes on Tron as an influence. The best I can describe Zak Müller and The Blood Republic is if Alter Bridge and Alice In Chains had an affair then the bastard offspring is Zak. He has a voice that melds Tremonti, Cantrell, Staley and to some extent Kennedy (but the lower register of Kennedy). The production is spot on, and sounds absolutely fab. I look forward to hearing much more from the talented Mr Müller as he definitely has something going on.

‘Unbound’ is the latest single from British rock band The Blood Republic. It’s their first single to be released from their 2nd studio album that was written and recorded during the pandemic. ‘Unbound’ will be available March 19th On Spotify with the accompanying music video released on March 26th. 

Author: barnstoneworthutd

Rock music lover from the age of 4 thanks to my dad. I migrated to the classic rock bands of the 70 (Rainbow, Rush, Lizzy, Purple etc) before discovering melodic rock and hair metal in the 80s and beyond. Also partial to a bit of prog

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