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BillyBio (Biohazard) Solo Debut Album “Feed The Fire” To Be Release In November

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Billy Graziadei (Biohazard/Powerflo) will release his debut effort from his new solo project BillyBio titled “Feed The Fire” on November 30th via AFM Records. A video for the first single, “Freedoms Never Free“, will premiere later in October, while a teaser clip for the release can be streamed below.

Comments Graziadei:

“I’ve always wanted to do a solo release and the timing of everything that I have been working on just seemed to fall in place. I always let the creative juices flow, I don’t try and restrict them to fit a certain genre. With BillyBio, it’s 100% me. No influence from anyone else. This is who I am and what I’ve become. I’m a product of everyone I’ve met, talked with, shared my stories with… and a bit of their stories as well.

Anyone who’s a fan of what I’ve done, especially with Biohazard, will love this! There’s something there for every fan of heavy underground music! I’m psyched to release my new music this fall as BillyBio. Launching the band in Europe on tour with my family in Life Of Agony couldn’t get any better!”

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1. Martin Cuello writes:

Aca de Uruguay les deseo un tremendo exito se espera con muchas ganas escichar esos discos gracias a su musica nosotros tenemos fuerza para encarar nuestra vida gracias 1000

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