Blood for Blood

This article is about the band. For the album by Aria, see Blood for Blood (album). For the album by Hellyeah, see Blood for Blood (Hellyeah album).
Blood For Blood

Erick "Buddha" Medina, "White Trash" Rob Lind, Ian McFarland, and former drummer Mike "Cap'n" Mahoney.
Background information
Origin Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Genres Hardcore punk, metalcore
Years active 1994 2004 (hiatus) 2010
Labels Victory Records
Thorp Records
I Scream Records
Associated acts Ramallah
Buddah & the Boys
The Enemy Within
The Ducky Boys
Sinners and Saints
Members Billy Graziadei
Ian McFarland
Robert Falzano
"White Trash" Rob Lind
Past members Erick "Buddha" Medina
Mike "Cap'n" Mahoney
Gina Benevides
Greg Dellaria
Jeremy Wooden
Craig Silverman
Dustin Hengst
Neal Dike

Blood for Blood is an American hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts, United States, that formed in 1994 by Erick "Buddha" Medina & Rob Lind, drawing inspiration from the hardcore scene in Boston and New York. In 1997 they were signed to Victory Records. The band describes their sound as influenced by Sheer Terror, Breakdown, Carnivore, and Raw Deal. In 2012, vocalist Erick Medina was kicked out of the band due to sex crime allegations.[1][2]


Previous members


Title Date of Release (Original) Label
1st Demo (Cassette) 1994 (Unreleased)
Hurt You Demo (Cassette) 1995 Self-released
Soulless 7 1996 Devour Records
Enemy 7 1997 Lost Disciple Records/Open Handed Records (vinyl)
Revenge on Society April 17, 1998 Victory Records
Spit My Last Breath June 22, 1999 Victory Records
Livin' in Exile July 13, 1999 Victory Records
Wasted Youth Brew April 24, 2001 Victory Records
Outlaw Anthems January 15, 2002 Victory Records[3]
Serenity June 22, 2004 Thorp Records


  1. "Blood for Blood breaks silence on assault charges, kicks out accused singer". 2012-07-26. Retrieved 2015-10-17.
  2. "BLOOD FOR BLOOD Singer Booted After Allegations of Raping A Minor". Metal Injection. 2012-07-26. Retrieved 2015-10-17.
  3. "Biohazard Guitarist To Tour With Reunited Blood For Blood". 2010-06-20. Retrieved 2015-10-17.

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