BLOODY SIGN Recording New Album

French dark death metal band BLOODY SIGN is recording its third album, "Chaos Echoes", at DownTown Studio in Strasbourg with Didier Houbre for a late 2009 release. The CD will contain seven songs, an intro/outro, and a "few more surprises," according to a press release.

"Chaos Echoes" will be mixed in April at Rape Of Harmonies in Germany by Angel Of Disease. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Primordial Sound", "For the Unknown", "Chord Temple" and "Tongues of Shadows".

According to a press release, fans should "expect a unique trip into darkness, made of death black metal and lot of twisted and darklypsychedelic stuff, with a lyrical concept about music and all its links with death, myths, religions, cosmos, nature,

BLOODY SIGN's second full-length CD, "Explosion Of Elements", was released in April 2007 on Ibex Moon Records.


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