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New Album "Glorious Sinners" Completed By Bloodthirst

Blackened thrash metal act, Bloodthirst, has completed work on the upcoming mini-album, "Glorious Sinners." The material, which will include five brand new tracks, was recorded at Left Hand Sounds studio. Kontamination Design is responsible for the cover artwork. The recording line-up features Rambo (guitar, vocals), Gregor (guitars, vocal), Rybosh (bass) and Mnt (drums). More information coming soon!

Bloodthirst was formed in 1999 in the Goat City of Poznan, Poland. After a few demos and split releases the band signed to the highly acclaimed Pagan Records and released three full-length albums: "Let Him Die" (2007), "Sanctity Denied" (2009) and "Chalice Of Contempt" (2014). The sound is based on the classical thrash pounding but also widely influenced by black and death metal of the 90s. Over the years they have proven themselves in the metal scene to be one of the most respected Polish black/thrash ensembles which in turn led to opportunities to perform with cult names such as Samael, Destroyer 666, Nunslaughter, Aura Noir, Kat, Vader and other respected Polish bands.

Never part of the pathetic “old-school” hype, always spitting in the face of the modern trend, the four emissaries of hellfire and malice, have trodden their own path of Hateful Antichristian Thrash. Having solidified their current line-up (with Gregor handling the second axe since 2015), holding their heads up high and proudly drinking to the diabolical, Bloodthirst are ready to unleash "Glorious Sinners."

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