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Bloodbath To Enter The Studio In March

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After parting ways with Mikael Akerfeldt in 2012, Bloodbath is finally now gearing up to record a new album.

The band's Facebook profile was updated with this puzzle asking fans to figure out who the new vocalist will be:

"UGHH! HEEEY! I SAID HEY! We got 10 songs down and we start recording drums next month!!! Still curious who's gonna sing on this one? Well, we'll leave you with these disasters to see if any of you smart-azzez can figure it out:

"Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors is found dead in his bathtub in Paris, France.

"A cyclone in the Bay of Bengal, in the Indian state of Odisha, kills 10,000.

"A fire at a 22-story hotel in Seoul, South Korea kills 158 people.

"A stairway crush as crowds leave the Rangers vs. Celtic football match in Glasgow, results in 66 deaths.

"A fire in a mental hospital at Burghölzli, Switzerland, kills 28 people.

"A landslide at Chungar, Peru crashes into Lake Yanahuani, killing 200.

"An earthquake lasting 20 seconds destroys most of Bingöl, Turkey – more than 1,000 are killed, 10,000 made homeless.

"An air crash at Rijeka Airport, Yugoslavia kills 78 people, mostly British tourists.

"The new singer for Bloodbath is born. Oh dear."

This upcoming new album will follow previous 2008 full-length "The Fathomless Mastery" (reviewed here).

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This will be promising

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