The musical juggernaut known as Bloodties received it's beginnings in the year 2002 when drummer Ron Riot teamed up with the powerful former front man of Legions Will Fall and Strength Among Us, Terry Shanks. Riot, who was noted for his percussive skills with such acts as The Staggers, Riot Squad , Phantom Rockers and Billy Club (Which featured ex-members of The Exploited and The UK Subs) would later recruit another former member of Legions Will Fall, D. Braxton Henry. The guitarist also gained critical acclaim for his work in bands such as Roller and Dead Industry. As the band's following began to build they soon recruited former Mortifix, Grandma's VD guitarist Ronnie Sterling. After the release of their debut album "Bloodties", ex-No Class bassist Chris Patterson was brought on board to finish the line-up.
Bloodties debuted it's self-titled release "Bloodties" in the summer of 2002 and plan to release the follow-up, "Into The Dark Decade" in the summer of 2004. They also intend on a full tour to support the release. The tour will showcase their brutal live performance which have already been seen during their recent support with such national acts as Sick Of It All, Walls Of Jericho, Hoods, Blood For Blood, Strike Anywhere, Figure Four, Most Precious Blood, In Control, Comeback Kid, Terror, and A Death For Every Sin.