BIOHAZARD: New Album To Receive Worldwide Release Through SPV

BIOHAZARD are currently in the studio finishing up their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year through SPV Records worldwide (the band's last two albums were released through the Sanctuary label in the U.S.). "We've been writing and recording in our own studio (UndergroundSound Studios)," BIOHAZARD guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "The songs are awesome, back to the 'Urban Discipline'/'State of the World Address'-style of BIOHAZARD... I went back to the traditional tunings of BIOHAZARD and challenged myself to pull the heaviness out of the riffs and not the low tuning of A, like our last album ('Kill or be Killed').

"[I'm] not sure on what will happen next with BIOHAZARD, just right now we're psyched about this album," Billy added. "As of now there is no title. But the album is coming out worldwide on SPV along with a DVD included with the package..."

In other news, Graziadei recently recorded a five-song EP, entitled "Demonstration", with his Brazil-based side-project ENDRAH. "ENDRAH was called INK for a short time," Billy explained. "but with a reorganization of direction, music and focus we changed our name to ENDRAH. We've toured a lot in Brazil and are working on a late summer tour of the U.S. and Europe."

For more information on ENDRAHGraziadei (guitar, vocals), Scream S. (vocals), Covero (guitar), T.J. (bass) and Fernando Schaefer (drums, TRETA, KORZUS, RODOX, PAVILHÃO 9) — visit the band's official web site:


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