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Blinded Colony Changes Name To The Blinded

Karlshamn, Sweden based melodic death metal act Blinded Colony has recently changed its name to The Blinded. The band has completed recording its third as-of-yet untitled album, which will be released under the new name.

The Blinded previously released its sophomore record "Bedtime Prayers" under the Blinded Colony moniker through Pivotal Rockordings in early 2009. The album features songs written and vocals performed by Swedish songwriter Shellback (Johan Schuster) before getting his big break in the pop world writing songs for Pink, Brittany Spears and many others.

More information on the band and songs from the group's self-titled EP can be found at this location.

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livingDeaDbeat00's avatar

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1. livingDeaDbeat00 writes:

That's good news, I thought they were over. I just wikipedia'd everyone else Shellback has written for...Backstreet Boys, Adam Lambert, Kesha? WTF mate?!

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2. n0thinghead writes:

fo' cereal LDB, wth indeed?!?! don't understand why they would change the name. possibly a complete redefining of their sound? then again, 2 or 3 members have alrdy left, including a founding member. bedtime prayers was a good modern melodic death album. one of few. i don't rlly like the modern melodeath style. i'm more of a gothenburg-style type of guy.

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