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Chicago six-piece experimental ensemble Bloodiest just announced a sophomore full-length due out January 15, 2016 via Relapse Records.
Featuring current and former members of Russian Circles, Corrections House, and Yakuza, Bloodiest has taken the distinctive genre-bending, wall-of-sound heaviness forged on debut album "Descent" to an entirely new level. The album's first single "Mesmerize" is currently streaming below.
Recorded and produced by Chicago super-producer Sanford Parker (Yob, Minsk) and guitarist Tony Lazzara, the self-titled "Bloodiest" is a testament to the band’s cinematic vision. The track listing is as follows:
2. The Widow
4. Broken Teeth
5. Mind Overlaps
6. He is Disease
8. Suffer More...
Bloodiest has posted a video clip online of the band preforming live in Chicago on April 9th, 2011. You can view the footage below. Bloodiest also recently posted a new song online titled "Slave Rule."
Chicago's Bloodiest is set to release the new album "Descent" in North American on March 29th through Relapse Records. The album was recorded with engineer Sanford Parker at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio studios in Chicago.
Bloodiest is now streaming a new track from "Descent" online, titled "Slave Rule." You can check out the new track "Slave Rule" by heading over to the band's official Facebook page.
The band also recently posted another new track online, titled "Fallen." The song is available for streaming at this location.
Chicago, IL's Bloodiest has posted the new song “Fallen" online through Crustcake.com. The song is taken from the band's debut full-length "Descent," and can be heard in the player below.
Bloodiest also previously posted the track “Pastures” online via the band’s Facebook page. "Descent" will see a March 29th North American release date, and the album was recorded with engineer Sanford Parker at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio studios in Chicago. Studio footage of the band recording "Descent" is available for viewing here.
Chicago, IL's Bloodiest will release its debut full-length, "Descent," on March 29th in North America (April 4th internationally). "Descent" was recorded with engineer Sanford Parker at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio studios in Chicago. The album art is viewable here along with pre-order options.
Bloodiest has also posted one of the album's six tracks, titled “Pastures,” online now via the band’s official MySpace profile. Professionally shot footage of the seven-piece band rehearsing new material can also be viewed here.
Chicago metal act Bloodiest has posted some new footage from the studio online. The band are currently on its Relapse Records debut "Descent" which is planned for a March 29, 2011 release date. You can view the video footage below:
Relapse Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Bloodiest:
"Relapse Records is proud to announce the signing of Chicago, IL's Bloodiest. Bloodiest is a seven piece ensemble that creates a stunning collection of metal-meets-psychedelia-via-early-AmRep epics. The band has recently completed work on their debut album that is expected to see its release in early spring. Bloodiest recorded the full-length with noted engineer Sanford Parker."
Bloodiest commented on recording the new full-length and partnership with Relapse:
"We recorded with Sanford Parker @ Electrical audio in Chicago (Steve Albini's studio) where most of the basic tracks were cut live (IE drums, bass, 3 guitars) showcasing the energy and spontaneity of these songs. We then overdubbed at Semaphore Studios (also in Chicago) adding layers and textures to enhance the dynamics for what the band is known for (IE effected vocals, figure picked acoustic guitar, piano, etc.) Bloodiest is pleased to be working with Relapse and glad they got to capture our debut release Descent."