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Bloodbath To Record Fifth Full-Length Album In Early 2018

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Bloodbath expect to enter the studio early next year to record their fifth full-length album. Frontman Nick Holmes confirmed the news recently in an interview with Metal Wani, streaming below:

Says Nick Holmes:

"The guys are working on it now, so I think we’re looking at recording in the end of January. We’re looking at doing it maybe early February. So, yeah, we’ll definitely do another album. But we’ll see what happens. The guys in Katatonia have been busy touring as well, so they’re pretty much winding up now — I think they’re playing Russia next week and then they’re finished for the year. So, yeah, at the end of January, I think, we’re gonna start now.”

Bloodbath already have a North American tour booked and will be releasing a new split with Autopsy on December 15th.

05/23 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater
05/24 Vancouver, BC – Modified Ghost Festival
05/25 Baltimore, MD – Maryland Deathfest
05/26 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
05/27 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
05/28 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theater
05/29 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre

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