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Comeback Album "The Future State Of Wicked" Detailed By Blood Feast

At long last, Blood Feast is reborn into the metal underground with the highly anticipated third full-length album, "The Future State Of Wicked," set to be released by longtime fans Hells Headbangers. And today, the band reveals the details, as well as the first track, "INRI," which can be heard in the player below. The album is targeted for an early 2017 release.

Blood Feast fans old and new will not be disappointed by "The Future State of Wicked," as the "holy trinity" of releases from the band’s early days – "Kill For Pleasure" (1987), the "Face Fate" EP (1988) and "Chopping Block Blues" (1990) – inform much of the new album. All the speed, brutality, and twists ‘n’ turns Blood Feast is known for are intact and in your face (nine of the 10 songs being written by original guitarist Adam Tranquilli), yet updated with modern production. Joining Adam are vocalist Chris Natalini and bassist Tom Lorenzo, along with some new blood in Joe Moore (drums) and CJ Scioscia (guitar).

The five-man Blood Feast reunited for an appearance at the NJ March Metal Meltdown in 1999, but further activity was not to be. A second reunion began in 2007, albeit only with original members Tranquilli and Kuzma. Both Lorenzo and Natalini came on board in 2010, just in time for the band’s first appearance at Headbangers Open Air in Germany (they were invited back in 2013). During this stretch, Adam began writing new material, with the band even playing an early version of "INRI" at select shows.

The track list for the album is:

1. INRI
2. Off With Their Heads
3. Brethren
4. By The Slice
5. The Underling
6. Last Rites
7. Who Prays For the Devil
8. Nein
9. Remnants II
10. The Burn

Check out "INRI" here:

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