"BLACKLIST UNION takes its pleasure in groovy music, edges of Rock and Metal, 90s Grunge and Hard Rock, Alternative, Nu and
Groove Metal, along with fine rims of late 70s Rock. Pretty assorted to the ears isn’t it? "
" Blacklist Union is a true rock n roll band that continuously pushes themselves to the limit in every aspect of their music. "
--Indie Music Digest
Video & Single coming soon!
"Alive N Well Smack in the Middle of Hell" (OFFICIAL) Video
May 19, 2015
Los Angeles hard rockers Blacklist Union are back with their 4th CD entitled ‘Back To Momo!’ Hailed worldwide as the next big rock band, Blacklist Union has 13 blistering tracks written by Tony West and Todd Youth, two of rock n’ roll’s most controversial outlaws in 2015. You are guaranteed inspiration with this brand of street rock with songs like “Alive N Well Smack in the Middle of Hell,” “Superjaded,” and “Evil Eye.” Blacklist Union are clearly on their way from the street to the elite.
--Alison "MetalBabe" Cohen
They love rock n roll. They answer to no one. They are the real deal and if you listen to them and come to a show u will be rocked like u haven’t been in years.
Do you love raw intense emotion? Does it entertain you making you drool and simply go out of control? If that sounds like you then you’ve found the perfect spot to maintain it. With the utter essence and entertaining sounds and styling’s of rock n roll! Presented to you by Los Angeles based act Blacklist Union.
So, just got the new Blacklist Union CD. This is the CD that Guns N' Roses SHOULD have made following Use Your Illusion.
Seriously, their new CD absolutely RIPS and ROARS! Brilliant stuff. This is how hard Rock is SUPPOSED to sound!
Let me just say this right now, so there’s no confusion. Back to Momo is 100% absotively, posolutely The Maestro’s 2015 ALBUM OF THE MOTHERFUCKING YEAR, and there’s nothing anyone can do, say, or release that will change that.
--by Damian on Amps And Green Screens
Hard Rockers Blacklist Union, have released their fourth studio album “Back To Momo” today. Named after a mysterious Hollywood brothel, “Back To Momo” was produced by Tony West and Todd Youth, two of rock n’ roll’s most controversial outlaws. The CD features 13 blistering tracks of pure street rock n roll.