INTERNAL BLEEDING To Enter Studio In March

Long Island death metallers INTERNAL BLEEDING are slated to enter the studio in March to record their new album, "Hatefuel". "For fans of [INTERNAL BLEEDING] and even [side-project] PUNCHYOURFACE, you're gonna be blown away," the band write in an online posting. "This is some of the most ferocious shit [INTERNAL BLEEDING] has put out to date." The group's first CD with vocalist Jerry Lowe (ex-BODYFARM) is due later in the year.

In other news, PUNCHYOURFACE, the new band featuring INTERNAL BLEEDING members Lowe, Frank Buffalino (guitar), and Matt Ferrara (guitar, ex-REPUDILATION, GFY, 420), have been "hard at work getting new songs together," according to a posting on their web site. "We got some shows coming up and we will be playing at least one new song at these shows. It's entitled 'Rumor Killas & Drug Dealers' and it's got all the shit you love from PUNCHYOURFACE. Sick chorus and sicker beatdown parts."


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