BLOODSIMPLE: 'Straight Hate' Video Posted Online
BLOODSIMPLE's video for the track "Straight Hate" has been posted online at the Warner Bros. Records web site. Check it out:
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"Straight Hate" comes off BLOODSIMPLE's debut album, "A Cruel World", due on March 29 through MUDVAYNE singer Chad Gray's Bullygoat label imprint (via Warner Bros.).
Three tracks from "A Cruel World" have been made available for preview at MySpace.com. Check out the songs "Straight Hate", "Falling Backwards" and "Blood In Blood Out" at this location.
The disc was recorded over the last several months in Vancouver B.C. with producer Garth Richardson, who has previously worked with RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, MUDVAYNE, SLIPKNOT and CHEVELLE. The album was mixed by Mike Fraser (HATEBREED).
BLOODSIMPLE is the New York-based band featuring former members of VISION OF DISORDER, DOWNSET and MEDICATION.
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