In a brand new interview with Inked magazine, BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld was asked about the sound of the band's forthcoming tenth studio album, tentatively due this spring via Nuclear Blast Records."The snare drum sounds like a fucking .45 automatic in a cement room. It sounds so nasty and abrasive," he said. "The album is very metallic. It's all tuned down to C and is heavy, heavy. "I've always wanted to make an album with a big metal sound. We always got caught up — not me personally, but the other guys — in doing that hardcore thing. And hardcore sounds like shit on purpose. "The new BIOHAZARD album is so fucking heavy and so good. It's so singalong-able and brutal at the same time. But I don't think it's going to get a fair shake. "My producer and my manager think if the album was released under a different name, like a brand-new band name, it would probably have 10 times the commercial success. The real fans are going to love it." The follow-up to 2005's "Means To An End", BIOHAZARD's new CD is being produced by Toby Wright, who has previously worked with KORN, SLAYER, MÖTLEY CRÜE, KISS, FEAR FACTORY, IN FLAMES, STONE SOUR and OZZY OSBOURNE, among others. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Decay", "Screaming For Change" and "Vengeance Is Mine", the latter of which the band debuted during its 2009 European tour. BIOHAZARD's new album marks the first time the four original members — Evan Seinfeld (vocals, bass), Billy Graziadei (guitar, vocals), Danny Schuler (drums) and Bobby Hambel (guitar) — have recorded together since 1994's breakthrough CD "State Of The World Address".