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Blood Eagle Posts New Lyric Video "Eyes Sewn Shut"

In less than two weeks, Denmark based death metal band Blood Eagle will release their final "To Ride In Blood & Bathe In Greed" EP on November 22nd via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band offer fans a lyric video for their song "Eyes Sewn Shut" off the EP. You can check it out below.

The band comments, "The new album offers a vast array of influences, from punk, grind to death metal. One of the last songs we did for the album is 'Eyes Sewn Shut'. This song came out more experimental, even with some influences from Slayer (as you can hear in the intro). The lyrics deal with corruption and touch upon the dark facets of capitalism. Nonetheless, definitely a song that can best be described as commanding skull-crushing death metal energy!"

The album was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen at Antfarm Studios. All artwork was created by Rune Stigart. The final EP for "To Ride In Blood & Bathe In Greed" will be released on November 22nd.

The band comments, "We are honoured to have signed with one of the world's leading record labels, Nuclear Blast Records! The excitement level of Blood Eagle finally finding the right home to release new material, is higher for us than we can ever express. There are people who want to hear this band, as was evident in the reaction to our performances on multiple European festivals in the last couple of years. We are excited and grateful to be working with the guys at Nuclear Blast, as they strongly will help facilitate and take the Eagle to the next level.

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