WITHOUT END: New Album To Feature BLOOD FEAST Remakes

WITHOUT END, the band featuring guitarist/vocalist Adam Tranquilli (BLOODFEAST, HEADLOCK) and bassist Tom Lorenzo (M.O.D., HEADLOCK), will enter Big Blue Meenie studio in Jersey City, New Jersey on September 25 to begin recording its second full-length album, entitled "Doctrine of Hate". Tentatively due in the spring of 2007, the album will contain 11 tracks, including remakes of two classic BLOOD FEAST songs written by Tranquilli. The CD will also contain two live videos from the band's show in Poland at the Woodstock festival in 2005 in front of an incredible audience of 350,000 people.

WITHOUT END's full-length debut, "Disease Is Man", was recorded in 2004 at Big Blue Meenie studios with producer Tim Gilles (AGNOSTIC FRONT, S.O.D., ALL OUT WAR) and was mastered at Euphonic Masters Studio in Tennessee with Brad Blackwood (EVANESCENCE, ALL OUT WAR).

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