PERZONAL WAR Announces New Bassist, Lead Guitarist
German metal band PERZONAL WAR has announced the addition of bassist Bjrn Kluth and lead guitarist Daniel Dring to the group's ranks.
As previously reported, Victor Smolski (RAGE), Wiley Arnett (SACRED REICH), Schmier (DESTRUCTION), Gus Chambers (ex-GRIP INC.) and Manni Schmidt (GRAVE DIGGER) are among the guest musicians that appear on PERZONAL WAR's new album, "Bloodline", due on May 30 via AFM Records.
"Bloodline" track listing:
02. Utopia (featuring Victor Smolski)
03. All Sides Black
04. This Dead Meaning
05. Two Borders (featuring Schmier, Wiley Arnett)
06. Shred (featuring Gus Chambers, Manni Schmidt)
07. Infected Choice
08. Dying Face
09. New Confidence
10. More Than A Day
11. The Same Blood
PERZONAL WAR's last album, "When Times Turn Red", came out in 2005.
Watch PERZONAL WAR's "For The Last Time" video:
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