Split up in October 2012
In 2008 Poison My Blood set out on their first notable recording session at The Rape Of Harmonies Studio in Triptis, Germany to produce their debut album 'Monuments'.
The album was released worldwide on January 1st 2009 through Disobedience Distro and Tornado Music. Poison My Blood spent the next year playing shows and touring across Europe and the UK.
The band quickly made a name for themselves as a hardworking and vicious metallic hardcore band.
In 2010 Poison My Blood travelled to the legendary Tonteknik Studios in Umeå, Sweden. Working with producers Pelle Henricsson and Eskil Lövström (known for their work with bands such as Refused, Poison The Well, Meshuggah, Cult Of Luna, etc.) helped the band find their own unique sound. During their time at Tonteknik Studios, Poison My Blood created a raw, heavy and at the same time a very distinctive album, named 'The Great Northern'.
'The Great Northern' was released in November 2010 by Let It Burn Records. During the entirety of 2011 Poison My Blood embarked on several European tours, playing in over 9 different countries.
In the winter of 2011/2012 Poison My Blood turned their rehearsel space into a recording studio to lay down 5 tracks for an EP. The band will once more join forces with Let It Burn Records to release the record in spring 2012. These 5 songs will again prove the intensity and diversity that this band owns.
Poison My Blood is known for their passionate live act, diverse aproach to the music genre and their relentless ambition. Blending a raw and heavy sound with a soul-gutting emotion is what makes Poison My Blood stand out.