BLINDED BY FEAR Enter Studio To Record First Demo

BLINDED BY FEAR, the new Danish band featuring former members of IRONFIRE, will enter the studio later this week to begin recording their first demo, entitled "Enroute to Pain". The recordings will take place at Nifelheim studios with producer Søren Jensen and will consist of five songs. The tracks expected to appear on the demo are as follows:

01. Enroute To Pain
02. Black Wind
03. Face It
04. Self-Control
05. Final Confrontation

"We fully expect you all to be blown away by these five songs and if you have heard the snippets from the download section [of our web site] you already have some idea where we are heading," vocalist Niels Toft writes on the group's site. "The end result will be far heavier, though..."

BLINDED BY FEAR's lineup consists of Toft (ex-MORFEUS), guitarist Jose Cruz (ex-IRONFIRE, #213), guitarist Jeff Lukka, bassist Jakob Lundgaard Lykkebo (ex-IRONFIRE), and drummer Steve Mason (ex-IRONFIRE).


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