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Blood Divisions Announces New EP "Cardinal One"

On March 24th, Blood Divisions - a collaborative project of heavy metal musicians with proceeds going to Rock and Rescue - will release new EP, "Cardinal One," via Metal Blade Records.

"Cardinal One" features cover songs of classic tracks as well as original material - check out the cover of UFO's "Hot 'n' Ready" in the player below.

Founded by core members Chris Jericho (Fozzy, WWE), David Austin (Nasty Savage), and Ed Aborn (Intersonic Cyber Symphony), Blood Divisions features a roster of supporting musicians who are current or former members of bands such as Obituary, Death, Nasty Savage, Six Feet Under, Iced Earth, Sebastian Bach, Deicide, Massacre, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and more.

"Blood Divisions is the perfect heavy metal snack mix," says singer and Executive Producer Chris Jericho. "It's a complete blend of balls out thrash, virtuoso technique and 70's hard rock melodies. It's an honor to be a part of this project, as I'd be a fan even if I wasn't in the band! Plus I love machine elves."

"The project began purely as a creative outlet to have some fun and pay homage to some of the bands that influenced or inspired us," adds Ed Aborn (Intersonic Cyber Symphony). "Once we began, though, friends from the Florida metal community started to reach out and ask if they could join in. Eventually we decided to make it semi-official and do it all for charity."

David Austin (Nasty Savage) comments: "Absolute pleasure working with all my friends on here. For them to take their time out of their busy schedule and to do something for free for charity means everything to me. Hopefully I get to do it all over again!!!!"

1. The Morgue (Nasty Savage cover)
2. Hot 'n' Ready (UFO cover)
3. March of the Machine Elves
4. Top of the Bill (Scorpions cover)
5. Return to the Garden of Temptation
6. No Sympathy (Nasty Savage cover)

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