DEADLY BLESSING Finish Recording 'Notorious' For LIZZY BORDEN Tribute CD

South Jersey power metal gods DEADLY BLESSING were in the recording studio this past weekend to record their version of the song "Notorious" for the upcoming LIZZY BORDEN tribute album, entitled "Baptized in Blood", to be released via Metallicarchangel Records. According to DEADLY BLESSING vocalist Ski, the recording sessions — which marked the band's first time in the studio since the recording of their classic "Ascend from the Cauldron" in 1988 — "went great." Other bands on the LIZZY BORDEN tribute include ICARUS WITCH ("Rod of Iron"), FAITH FACTOR ("American Metal"), MALAKIS REIGN ("Hell is for Heroes"), MYSTIC FORCE ("Me Against the World"), OCTOBER 31 ("No Time to Lose"), IMMORTAL AVENGER ("Be One of Us"), SOLEMNITY ("Visions"), SILENCE, MOBSCENE, STRONGHOLD and LIGEIA.


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