GORY BLISTER Working On 'Asteroid' Video

Long-running Italian technical death metallers GORY BLISTER are currently working on a video for the track "Asteroid". The song comes off the group's latest album, "Skymorphosys", which came out in January via Holland's Mascot Records. The CD contains "14 tracks, 52 minutes of pure, fast and warm death metal," according to a press release.

"Skymorphosys" was recorded at Fear Studio and was produced by GORY BLISTER and Gabriele Ravaglia. The cover artwork was handled by B-Lial of Hybreed Corp.

GORY BLISTER's full-length debut, "Art Bleeds", was released in 2003 via France's Sekhmet Records.

GORY BLISTER last year contributed a cover of DEATH's "1,000 Eyes" for a DEATH tribute album, "Unforgotten Past… In Memory of Chuck Schuldiner", available now via the Chinese label AreaDeath Productions.

GORY BLISTER will be teaming up with SADUS and DARKANE for a European tour beginning in mid-April. A list of confirmed dates can be found at GoryBlister.com.


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