TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED: Studio Footage Posted Online
U.K. death/grind band TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED has just released the first of a series of videos taken while in the studio recording its second album, "The Great Depression". The clip focuses on drummer Max Blunos' recording session and gives fans a glimpse of some new tracks.
Due on April 14 via Metal Blade, "The Great Depression" was self-produced by TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED at Red House Farm and Cherry Wood studios, was mixed by Karl Groom at Thin Ice Studios, and was mastered by Dave at The Digital Audio Company.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. The Great Depression
03. Sanctuary of the Wretched
04. The Scouring Impurity
05. The Dead World
06. Interlude - I
07. Contemporary Perception Narcotics
08. Dessicate Earth
09. The Infliction of Tophet
10. Disfigured Anonimity
The song "The Great Depression" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
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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