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AirBnB Host Refuses To House Metal Fan Because Of Their "Aggressive" Musical Tastes

Death Blooms is a very dangerous band.

A Death Blooms fan attempted to book an AirBnB in the city of Bristol to catch the band's show at the Exchange. The AirBnB host found out about the fan's reason for the stay, and denied them service due to their ​"aggressive, expletive-riddled and disturbing" musical tastes. Death Blooms host post bits and pieces of the conversation on their Twitter, and even reached out to AirBnB about the issue.

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I know it seems pretty easy to cry "fake!" on this one, but it's also worth remembering that some people are completely insane and that this could totally happen.

Catch Death Blooms at one of their below dates. Just don't book an AirBnB.

w/ Blood Youth

Sept. 15 Hull O’Rileys
Sept. 16 Sheffield Corporation
Sept. 17 Edinburgh Opium
Sept. 18 Newcastle Students’ Union
Sept. 19 Chester The Live Rooms
Sept. 20 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
Sept. 21 Bristol Exchange
Sept. 22 Bournemouth The Anvil
Sept. 23 Brighton The Prince Albert
Sept. 24 Oxford The Jericho Tavern
Sept. 25 Stafford Redrum
Sept. 26 Huddersfield The Parish

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w/ Trash Boat, Strange Bones, Calva Louise

Oct. 16 Plymouth Turbulence Festival
Oct. 20 Leeds Stylus
Oct. 21 Newcastle Riverside
Oct. 23 Glasgow Cathouse
Oct. 24 Manchester Rebellion
Oct. 25 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Oct. 27 Birmingham O2 Academy
Oct. 28 Southampton The Loft
Oct. 29 London Electric Ballroom

[via Kerrang!]

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