BIOHAZARD's EVAN SEINFELD: New Album Will Be Our Most Brutal To Date

BIOHAZARD are tentatively due to release their next studio album in October through Sanctuary Records, according to bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld, who recently sent the following update to Brave Words: "BIOHAZARD has rejoined with one of our earliest partners in crime, Carmine Vincent (guitar). Carmine and I had a band together right before BIOHAZARD, around '86-'87. The split with Leo (Curley, Vincent's predecessor) was mutual, no bad feelings. Carmine is one of us, we grew up in Brooklyn together and he has been a great catalyst of our new material being the most brutal and heaviest to date. We threaten the world with possibly one of the heaviest brutal metal hardcore skank albums of all time, purging and dirging all the fury and hatred of the fiery streets of Brooklyn, NY. See you in the pit."


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