HAIL OF BULLETS: Video Footage From The Studio
- Feb. 9, 2013
HAIL OF BULLETS, the Dutch death metal band featuring GOREFEST drummer Ed Warby, THANATOS guitarists Stephan Gebédi and Paul Baayens, vocalist Martin Van Drunen (HAIL OF BULLETS, PESTILENCE, ASPHYX) and former HOUWITSER bass player Theo van Eekelen, has entered Sandlane Studios in Rijen, The Netherlands with to begin recording its third album for a late 2013 release via Metal Blade Records. Helming the CD is Swedish producer/multi-instrumentalist Dan Swanö, who has previously fronted such acts as EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH and NIGHTINGALE.
A video clip of Warby laying down the drums for the new HAIL OF BULLETS album can be seen below.
As previously reported, a picture-disc version of HAIL OF BULLETS' debut album, "Of Frost And War", was released on February 4 via Metal Blade. The picture disc is strictly limited to 500 copies.
HAIL OF BULLETS's second full-length album, "On Divine Winds", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 75.
"On Divine Winds" was released in North America on October 12, 2010 via Metal Blade. The group recorded 11 songs plus an intro for the CD, which, like its predecessor, was produced by Ed Warby was mixed by Swanö.
HAIL OF BULLETS' debut album "…Of Frost And War" was a concept album about the Eastern front war of Germany. "On Divine Winds" was another concept effort, this time covering the Pacific battles between Japan and the USA.
The album title "On Divine Winds" is a translation of the Japanese word "kamikaze," as kami stands for "God" and kaze means "wind."
"On Divine Winds" features 12 tracks on the limited first digibook edition and 11 song on the regular jewelcase version.
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