WATCH ME BLEED Completes Work On Debut Album
WATCH ME BLEED, the German band featuring MYSTIC PROPHECY guitar player Markus Pohl and SYMPHORCE drummer Steffen Theurer, has completed work on its full-length debut. The CD was mixed by Christian "Moschus" Moos (DELAIN, C-187, EVERON) at Spacelab studios and mastered by Eroc (SODOM, DELAIN) at the Mastering Ranch. It contains eleven songs with guest appearances by Andy B. Franck (BRAINSTORM), Nemesis (EIGENSINN) and Greek guitar wizard Constantine (MYSTIC PROPHECY, THE DESCENDING). According to Markus Pohl, the band "is extremely satisfied with the whole album, the sound and the songs." The end result is "pure metal, aggressive, in your face and heavy. Moschus and Eroc did a great job."
WATCH ME BLEED's CD features the band's first recordings with Markus Wenzel, singer of the Austrian deathcore act INZEST, who joined the group last fall as WATCH ME BLEED's second vocalist. With two aggressive singers, WATCH ME BLEED "expanded its sound to a new and diversified level," according to a press release.
WATCH ME BLEED is currently seeking a suitable label to release the album.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/watchmebleed667.
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