THINE EYES BLEED To Enter Studio In March

Vocalist Justin Wolfe of the Canadian thrash/metalcore act THINE EYES BLEED — who feature in their ranks former KITTIE guitarist/technician Jeff Phillips and bassist Johnny Araya (brother of SLAYER's Tom Araya) — has issued the following update:

"We have been working on some new material as much as possible through the holidays and so far this winter... It's cold. Maybe some day we'll have a heated practice space.

"We have three shows with SLAYER and UNEARTH in a little over a week, We all just got back in town and are hittin' it hard putting together a set with some new material. Sounding good this weekend for being after a small break.

"Looks like we will be hitting the studio mid-March to begin recording our second album! We are extremely excited and will have more details posted very soon, as for who? when? where?... Looks like we will also take on a headline gig at London, ON's Salt Lounge March 2nd. [We're] planning to debut most, if not all, of our new material!!"

THINE EYES BLEED last fall compelted a month-long tour of Europe as part of the "Unholy Alliance Chapter II: Preaching To The Perverted" (also featuring SLAYER, IN FLAMES, LAMB OF GOD and CHILDREN OF BODOM).

THINE EYES BLEED last year re-released their 2005 debut for The End Records, entitled "In the Wake of Separation". The CD now includes the bonus track "Better off Dead" (previously available only in Japan) and the video for "Cold Victim".


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