Japanese melodic death metallers BLOOD STAIN CHILD have inked a deal with Dockyard 1. The group's third album, "Idolator", is scheduled for release on November 27. According to a press release, BLOOD STAIN CHILD's sound features "guitars flying like arrows, old-school solo parts and bone-crushing death metal vocals combined with sophisticated melodies. . . On 'Idolator' they celebrate melodic death metal the Scandinavian way, this fusion of classic metal with aggressive vocals and brilliant songwriting is leading to hooklines which won't leave your ears again."BLOOD STAIN CHILD has already achieved cult status in Japan, where one of the leading professional wrestlers, Kensuke Sasaki, is using a track by BSC as his anthem. Watch the video for the song "Truth" on the Dockyard 1 YouTube channel.
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