Coming out of Nashville with heartfelt punk 'n' roll anthems big in sing-alongs and spiced with a country tinge, Blacklist Royals have played hundreds of shows over the last three years including the entire 2006 and the 2007 Vans Warped Tour, appearances at both The Fest 6 and The Fest 7, the 2008 Heavy Rebel Weekender, and stints on the road with legendary acts like Pennywise, Circle Jerks, and The Queers. Hailed by critics and fans alike, Blacklist Royals are standing proof that the great American rock and roll band isn't a thing of the past. Their unique blend of styles and a strong DIY ethic has generated praise from cornerstones in the punk community such as Maximum Rock And Roll and Razorcake, as well as garnering the attention and acclaim of media-giants like the LA Times, Fuse TV, and even Nashville's biggest rock radio station (naming BLR "Top Underground Act" of 2009 at their annual awards). Blacklist Royals are one of the hardest working bands you will ever find. Overcoming everything from member changes to terminal illness within the band, their musical roots and die hard spirit have helped them create a sound and live show all their own. With a recent signing to Paper And Plastick Records (Vinnie from Fueled By Ramen/Less Than Jake's new label) and their new album "Semper Liberi" (recorded and produced by Matt Drastic) coming out soon, expect to see the guys on the road and playing their fucking hearts out.