BLOOD DUSTER Announce DVD Title, Prepare To Hit The Road

Bassist Jason P.C. of the infamous Australian act BLOOD DUSTER — who are described as blending lethal grindcore with traditional '70s-style Southern rock and rockabilly rhythms spiced up with a large dose of grossed-out humor — has posted the following message on the group's web site:

"First off, the [first BLOOD DUSTER] DVD is slowly coming along. It's all edited and shit like that — we are just waiting to sort out the label deal and shit like that. It has been given the title 'The Shape of Death to Come', just like that REFUSED album. Expect a release date very soon.

"The 'Fisting the Dead' re-release is finished and waiting only on the same deal to come, though, for a release date for that. It contains the 'Sounds of Ordinary Madness' [compilation] tracks as well. As soon as I get all the shit together for these things I will post some more info.

"The other news is the world tour that we have been organizing (well maybe not 'world' but a big chunk of it at least!). Here are all the dates that are confirmed so far. We will be adding Korean dates as well as filling in all the blanks later this week."

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