BLACK TRINITY To Re-Record Vocals On Four 'Bleed For Him' Tracks

Cleveland-based black metallers BLACK TRINITY have issued the following update:

"BLACK TRINITY will be entering the studio once again. We are going to be working with Brandon Youngs to re-recored the vocals on four songs from the 'Bleed For Him' album.

"The tunes to be reworked:

01. Bleed For Him
02. Black Knight's Legions
03. Beyond The Ethereal Gates
04. Under A Funeral Moon

"These songs will only be reworked vocally. The music itself is NOT changing. The band felt it a better move to have all the songs feature the same vocalist.

"The band is taking it easy right now, but now that the horrific 'holidays' are over, the band can now focus one the more pertinent things."

BLACK TRINITY's debut album, "Demonic Pleasures", was released in 2006 via Apocalyptic Records.


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