BLOODGOD: Debut EP Now Available

BLOODGOD: Debut EP Now Available

BLOODGOD, is a new Utrecht, The Netherlands-based death metal band featuring former and current members of HYMIR, CENOTAPH, PLAYER (SLAYER tribute band), NUESTROS DERECHOS and AGENTS OF ENTROPY, will release its debut EP, "Pseudologia Phantastica", on November 2 at the Big Ass Metal Fest Part 2 in Utrecht. The EP was recorded and mixed by Quintijn Verhoef at Studio Independent Recordings (INCARNATE, LED ASTRAY, T.C.F., TERZIJ DE HORDE, DIVINE SINS, THE FIFTH ALLIANCE) and it "contains three death metal-infused songs on which BLOODGOD let their imagination run free, hence the title 'Pseudologia Phantastica'," according to a press release.

"Pseudologia Phantastica" is available as online stream and/or download at bloodgod.bandcamp.com.

The track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. Heist
02. Wrecking Ball Surprise
03. Bloodgod

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The video for opening track, "Heist", can be seen below.

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