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Bring Your Own Knife

From: Sweden
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Bring Your Own Knife news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Bring Your Own Knife Releases EP For Free Download

Death To Music productions (anti-record label in action) has announced the release of the FREE 4-track EP from Bring Your Own Knife, a young Swedish band who keep up the tradition of their country's high-quality death metal, entitled "My Life's A Curse - How's Yours?".

You can now download this EP, and the "anti-label's" other FREE releases by sending a blank email to submit@deathtomusic.com to get login credentials for the free downloads.

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Emperor Cover And Remix Available Online

Black Smoke's official remix of Emperor's classic "I Am The Black Wizrads" has been posted online at the official EMPEROR myspace profile. The band's label, Death To Music Productions, states: "90% of the people hate it (as expected) which is actually (in our opinions) the best reaction it could of got!"

You can listen to a clearer version of it here (along with The Bombs Of Enduring Freedom's remix of Solefald) at a page created to host J. Fogarty's DnB metal remixes done by his current projects.

In related news, re-activated cult black metallers Old Forest have recieved the blessing of Samoth himself (The Lord of Silence and guitarist of EMPEROR) to upload their version of the Emperor classic "Ancient Queen" (taken from the classic 1991 Emperor 7" vinyl EP "As The Shadows Rise"). This cover version can be heard exclusively at the DEATH TO MUSIC myspace profile.

The next release from DEATH TO MUSIC Productions will be BRING YOUR OWN KNIFE's "My Life's A Curse - How's Yours" as a FREE download EP from this Swedish death metal band in the style of At The Gates. "My Life's a Curse" will be available to download starting May 31 on Death To Music's website.

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