"In The Name Of Metal", the new video from Swedish melodic metallers BLOODBOUND, can be seen below. The song is the title track of the band's fifth full-length album, "In The Name Of Metal", which will be released on November 7 via AFM Records, The effort was recorded with producer Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY, SONIC SYNDICATE, HYPOCRISY, CENTINEX, CARNAL FORGE). According to the band, "This is by far the best album we've done!"
"In The Name Of Metal" track listing:
01. In The Name Of Metal 02. When Demons Collide 03. Bonebreaker 04. Metalheads Unite 05. Son Of Babylon 06. Mr. Darkness 07. I'm Evil 08. Monstermind 09. King Of Fallen Grace 10. Black Devil 11. Bounded By Blood 12. Book Of The Dead 2012 (bonus track)
BLOODBOUND's fourth album, "Unholy Cross", entered the official chart in Sweden at position No. 50. The CD was released on March 18, 2011 via Germany's AFM Records.
BLOODBOUND in 2010 parted ways with lead vocalist Urban Breed due to "musical and personal differences" and replaced him with Patrik "Pata" Johansson (DAWN OF SILENCE) from Finspång, Sweden.
"In The Name Of Metal" video:
"Metalheads Unite" lyric video:
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