Miami, Florida's THICK AS BLOOD has inked a deal with Rise Records. The band has entered The Sunset Lodge Studios in Silverlake, California with producer Nick Jett (TERROR) to begin recording its third album for a late 2012 release.
A demo version of a new THICK AS BLOOD song called "Unruly" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
THICK AS BLOOD merges hardcore and metal influences with crushing riffs and brutally honest lyrics. They have been building a loyal following since 2004 with two Eulogy releases (2007's "Moment of Truth" and 2009's "Embrace") along with their hard-hitting live show. Having toured with such bands as EVERY TIME I DIE, EMMURE and TERROR on more than four continents and in 13 countries, THICK AS BLOOD is a force to be reckoned with.
THICK AS BLOOD will launch a tour around the release of the new record later this year.
THICK AS BLOOD is:
Gino Vento - Vocals Randy Gonzalez - Guitar Heavy Jerry - Guitar Brandon Stastny - Bass
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