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Eternal Bleeding

From: Slovakia
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Eternal Bleeding Recruits New Vocalist

Slovakian act Eternal Bleeding has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new vocalist:

"Hey guys, we are proud to announce a new member joined Eternal Bleeding. Ladies and gentlemen please welcome our new signer Mino 'Hentaichi' Benko.

"Actually we teamed up months ago and performed few live shows yet. Everything goes great and we are really glad this skilled young man joined us during writing process of the new album 'Angels Shall Never Speak Again' which will be released on Japanese label Amputated Vein Records. His vokills fit totally to our new direction and brought new blood to the bands chemistry.

"At this moment the band works on the last song of the upcoming album. Mino writes lyrics and vocal arrangements and the band works on final song arrangements as well. Still a lot to do ahead, but we should start drums recording session soon and we all believe it is worth to wait, yo bitcheez!"

Mino also commented: "I'm glad I joined the band. Actually I was a fan of Eternal Bleeding years ago and when guys asked me to join the band I did not hesitate. Playing live shows and cooperation on new album is going really smoothly and I enjoy that. I am pretty sure new album will be a blast!"

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Eternal Bleeding To Release Debut Full-Length

Slovakia's Eternal Bleeding has announced the band's debut full-length album "Angels Shall Never Speak Again" is due for release by the end of the year through Amputed Vein Records. The full-length follows the band's previous split release with Emeth back in 2006. Further details on the new album will be announced as they are made available. More...

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