AVENGER OF BLOOD To Enter Studio In May

Las Vegas' AVENGER OF BLOOD reformed last year and released a three-song EP/demo, "Spawn Of Evil", to rave reviews, metal radio play and enthusiastic responses from fans. The band has since continued to play shows locally with such bands as OVERKILL and GRAVEHILL.

AVENGER OF BLOOD is putting the finishing touches on material for a new full-length album, which it plans to record in May at Arcane Digital Studio in Phoenix, Arizona with producer Ryan Butler (LANDMINE MARATHON, EXHUMED, MISERY INDEX). The band is also looking for a label to release the effort,.

"We feel that Ryan is the best person for the job and we are very excited to work with him!" exclaims guitarist Brandon Gulling.

AVENGER OF BLOOD's sophomore album, "Death Brigade", came out in 2008 via Heavy Artillery Records.

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