VISCERAL BLEEDING Sign With NEUROTIC RECORDS

Swedish death metallers VISCERAL BLEEDING have inked a deal with Neurotic Records for the release of their second full-length album, entitled "Transcend Into Ferocity".

The follow-up to 2002's "Remnants of Deprivation" was recorded at Flatpig studios in Malmö with producer Robert Ahrling (ORIGINBLOOD, SPAWN OF POSSESSION) and is scheduled for release on May 11. Songtitles set to appear on the nine-track effort include "Fury Unleashed", "Fed To The Dogs", "Fire Took His Face", "When Pain Came To Town" and "Indulge In Self Mutilation". The disc will also include a multimedia part, featuring pictures, a biography as well as a professionally recorded video for the song "Fury Unleashed".

VISCERAL BLEEDING are scheduled to play a record-release show at Cronon in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 30. Also set to appear are STABWOUND, who are about to release their debut album, "Human Boundaries", through Brutal Bands.

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