BLEEDING GODS Signs With PUNISHMENT 18 RECORDS
BLEEDING GODS, the Dutch metal band featuring former and current members of ALTAR, SINISTER, HOUWITSER and SUPREME PAIN, has inked a deal with Punishment 18 Records. The group will enter Soundlodge Studio in Rhauderfehn, Gremany in September with producer Jörg Uken to begin recording its debut album for a late November release. The artwork and layout will be designed by Italian master illustrator Marco Hasmann (FLESHGOD APOCOLYPSE, VILE).
BLEEDING GODS plays groovy, riffing and shredding metal with some thrash and death influences in it. The sound is inspired by bands like SLAYER, old METALLICA, LAMB OF GOD, BLACK SABBATH, OPETH and CHIMAIRA.
BLEEDING GODS lineup:
* Arnold Oudemiddendorp (ALTAR, DEVIOUS, VICTIMIZER) - Vocals
* Ramon Ploeg (HOUWITSER) - Guitar
* Erwin Harreman (SUPREME PAIN) - Guitar
* Bart Van Wallenberg (SINISTER) - Bass
* Edwin Van Den Eeden - Drums
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