Leamington, Ontario, Canada-based female-fronted "deathcore" band BLOODSHOTEYE has inked a deal with the Canadian label CDN Records for the release of its third album, "Expect The Unexpected". Due out in Febuary 2010, the CD was recorded at Spectre Sound Studio in Windsor, Ontario, where the band also tracked 2004's "Without Any Remorse", and was mixed by Chris Donaldson (CRYPTOPSY, THE AGONIST, THE PLASMARIFLE). Mastering duties were handled by Pierre Remillard (CRYPTOPSY, ION DISSONANCE, MISERY INDEX).
"Expect The Unexpected" track listing:
01. Killing Time
02. There Will Be Blood
03. Better Off Dead
04. Fill The Graves
05. Critical Condition
06. Just Another Casualty
07. Colombian Necktie
08. Prophet Of Doom
09. The Slaughterhouse Romance
"There Will Be Blood" and "Killing Time" are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
"Better Off Dead", the latest video from BLOODSHOTEYE, can be viewed below. The clip was shot by Ian Bruner and Chris Bastien and was edited and produced by Ian Bruner and Shane Ivy.
The band will shoot a new music video for the album around March and plans to tour in support of the album afterwards.
BLOODSHOTEYE has toured with such acts as DYING FETUS, CRYPTOPSY, MISERY INDEX and CANNAE.
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