BONDED BY BLOOD: 'Feed The Beast' Cover Art Revealed

Picking up where the cover for "Extinguish The Weak" left off, BONDED BY BLOOD's mascot, Brutus, faces off with the devil on the cover of the band's Earache debut, "Feed The Beast".

With its dynamic comic book-style artwork, "Feed The Beast"'s cover conveys not only the sense of danger and electricity that is personified in the music, but a deeper meaning is conveyed as well. "The artwork represents my whole view on Los Angeles. It takes you in and spits you back out," says vocalist, Jose "Aladdin" Barrales. "L.A. is like a beast; if you don't do the right 'thing,' you will end up on the streets. I think Tom, the artist, took my interpretation and made it come alive."

Check out the cover art of "Feed The Beast" at this location.

BONDED BY BLOOD will commence the recording of "Feed The Beast" with producer Michael Rosen (TESTAMENT, DEATH ANGEL) on January 11, 2008 at J Street Recorders in Sacramento, California. The album's projected track listing is as follows:

01. Immortal Life
02. Feed The Beast
03. The Evil Within
04. Another Disease
05. Unusual Punishment
06. Vengeance
07. To A Sickening Degree
08. Strike Of Fear
09. Sounds Of Torture
10. Necropsy
11. Self-Immolation
*Bonus Track: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Theme Song

BONDED BY BLOOD will also be featured on the upcoming new-school thrash compilation, "Thrashing Like A Maniac", due on February 5 in the U.S.


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