BLACK THOUGHTS BLEEDING To Release 'Stomachion' This Month
German metallers BLACK THOUGHTS BLEEDING will release their debut album, "Stomachion", on March 26 via Silverwolf Productions. The CD was produced by Achim Kaiser (MOTORJESUS, CHEAP THRILLS) at HeavyOnWire Studios and was mixed and mastered at Sonic Sound Studios (CALLEJON). The cover artwork was created by Gogo Melone from Greece.
"Stomachion" track listing:
02. Bloodred Struggle
03. My Past, Your Fault
04. Beloved Vampire
06. Set To Kill
08. Tragedy Of Evolution
09. Hearts Got Broken
10. Fade To Light
11. Nothing Changes
The official "Stomachion" record-release show will be held on March 13 in Düren at Komm.
According to a press release, "BLACK THOUGHTS BLEEDING play their own brand of heavy melodic thrash metal and will appeal to fans of SCAR SYMMETRY, MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES, and SEPULTURA."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blackthoughtsbleeding.
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