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Bleeding Gods just issued this brief 2015 recap and message about activity in the coming year via Facebook:
"So this was 2015... recorded and released a hell of a heavy album, 'Shepherd of Souls!' Something to be very proud of! The album was very well received worldwide!
"A big thanks, horns up and cheers to all!!! First show of the new year: January 9th, de Bastille - Schoonhoven (NL) 2016: A new album??"
Dutch outfit Bleeding Gods just checked in with the following statement about canceling an upcoming live show due to a band member being in a vehicle collision:
"Unfortunately Bleeding Gods has to cancel the show on October the 3rd at Elektra, Sliedrecht. We are sorry to inform you that one of our band members had a car accident and has to recover first from some injuries.
"Braincasket and Xerpentor will do the show, but without Bleeding Gods on October 3. A new date will be available soon for us!!" More...
Bleeding Gods - the Dutch metal band featuring former members of Sinister, Houwitser, Supreme Pain and Deadcell - recorded debut album "Shepherd of Souls" in the German Soundlodge Studio (God Dethroned, Nightfall, Dew-Scented, Sinister, Suicidal Angels, and many more) together with producer Jorg Uken.
The band's upcoming new full-length will be released in the Spring of 2015 by Punishment 18 Records. Stay tuned for further details.
Dutch outfit Bleeding Gods signed to Punishment 18 Records last month and is gearing up to reocrd a new album in Germany's Soundlodge Studio, which is due for release at the end of the year. Now the band has also issued the following announcement about parting ways with its bassist:
"Unfortunately Bart has left Bleeding Gods. The decision was made together and there are absolutely no hard feelings to each other.
"Bart has more time now for his children, family and of course his own band NeoCaesar. We wish him all the luck and the best and ofcourse we want to thank him for all his time, fun, beers and enthusiasm!
"In the mean time we want to say hello and a big welcome to Gea Mulder! Gea is known for her bass work in Deadcell, Grindminded and Mirdyn. She soon will be joining Bleeding Gods live on stage!"
Gea adds: "I'm proud to announce that I'll be joining the awesome and promising Bleeding Gods on bass. I love playing their groovy death metal and look forward to playing live and do the recordings for the upcoming album in September!"