From inception, Blue Movie has set out to make a unique collection of original music that treads the fine lines between musical genres. From studio to stage, the band strives to relay sincere, real emotion in all of their musical endeavors.
Blue Movie set out to design a sound that encapsulated many of the band's various musical influences including hard edged guitar riffs, driving bass runs, uncensored drumming, deep stirring synth lines, and catchy vocal phrasing. With "that" elusive concept cemented, the band released their debut EP, “8MM Love Songs” in late 2002.
The sequel, "Delusions in Technicolor" (2004), further expresses that mixture of composition which Blue Movie embodies.
With their latest release titled "Synthetic III" (2005), Blue Movie adopted the alias "Black Film", embracing a darker tonality with raw aggressive energy.
The band's three EP's and multiple music videos have inspired a series of comic books. Their latest release, "Echoes Across Time", chronicles the band's misadventures through alternate universes while being hunted by their evil arch nemesis Summer. [+]

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