BLOODGUT To Release Debut Album

BLOODGUT, the new "dirty doomy grindy death metal" project featuring Roger "Rogga" Johansson from PAGANIZER/RIBSPREADER, will release its debut album, "Nekrologikum Evangelikum Pt. I: Zombie Reign 2666 AD", before the end of the year. A press release states, "If you like AUTOPSY and IMPETIGO, chances are you won't like BLOODGUT the slightest. However, chances are also that you will. BLOODGUT doesn't care. BLOODGUT just wants you to bleed. And feed on your guts."

The "Nekrologikum Evangelikum Pt. I: Zombie Reign 2666 AD" artwork was created by the Hungarian artist Peter Sallai (BORNHOLM, FOREST SILENCE, DAMNED SPIRITS' DANCE). The CD was mastered by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH).


Rogga Johansson - Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Matthias Fiebig - Drums

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