Bonded By Blood - To Enter The Studio

Earache Records press release

California's Bonded By Blood are due to enter the studio this weekend to begin recording their as-yet untitled new album.

The follow up to 2010's Exiled To Earth is being recorded with producer and former Machine Head/Soulfly guitarist Logan Mader (Devildriver, Five Finger Death Punch) at Silver Sound and Mt. Olympus Studios in Los Angeles. It will be the band's first album to feature vocalist Mauro Gonzalez and bassist Jessie Sanchez.

"We can't wait for everybody to hear what the new album has in store. It's definitely more diverse and we all had a blast writing it," states guitarist Juan Juarez. "It'll be the first record with Mauro and Jessie, who have been great additions to the line-up, and the four of us really connected well during the writing and rehearsing of this album. The playing on this album will be top-notch. We're glad to be recording in Los Angeles, and excited to work with Logan. We can't wait to get started and we hope everybody enjoys it as much as we do - watch for video updates from the studio! Yeah!"

Band profile: Bonded By Blood
Posted: 06.02.2012 by White Winter Sun


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06.02.2012 - 16:47
Cynic Metalhead
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Woo...Slayer, Havok, Overkill and now Bonded By Blood all in what next??
06.02.2012 - 17:27
Edmund Fogg
Pretty good news. Hope they won't turn out like Evile thought
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06.02.2012 - 17:28
My only worry with this is their new singer. Mauro aint bad, but he doesn't have that classic thrash sound that Aladdin did. I really hope that won't be lost with the new album.
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06.02.2012 - 17:57
This will be good shit
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07.02.2012 - 02:57
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Hooray for diversity. The last album was good, but suffered a bit from "every song sounds too similar" syndrome.

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