TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED: New Album Title Revealed
U.K. death/grind band TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED has set "The Great Depression" as the title of its second album, due in early 2009 via Rising/Metal Blade. The group says, "We are all really happy with the outcome and think [the fans] are really gonna like what we have done."
TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED will film a music video on Monday, December 29 for one of the songs off the new CD.
The band earlier in the year announced the addition of Jonny Burgan (vocals) and Dave Purnell (bass) to the group's ranks.
Formed in late 2006 in Bath England by Rob Purnell and Martyn Evans, TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED has been creating some of the most extreme music in death metal, forging the new with the old school. Their blistering blast filled death metal is a devastating aural assault earning them the title of the U.K.'s heaviest band.
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