BLEED THE SKY Books Studio Time For New Album

March 31, 2007

BLEED THE SKY vocalist Noah Robinson has issued the following update:

"We just finished pre-production on our new record, and are scheduled to hit the recording studio on April 11th, and should be finished within two months. We really want to take our time in the studio this time. So far it looks like we're going into the studio with 12 new tracks written, but we're hoping to blast out another one or two tracks before then. We're tentatively calling the album 'Thick Skin', but this is, of course, subject to change if we get a wild hair up our asses. We're still set on recording with guitarist/producer Christian Olde Wolbers of FEAR FACTORY.

"We can say with full confidence that you fans out there are not going to be disappointed with our new material. We feel we've really found our groove with this one, but we're also not limiting our options for future material. You're going to see a more technical side to BLEED THE SKY that we were too inexperienced and afraid to experiment with on 'Paradigm in Entropy'."

BLEED THE SKY's debut album, "Paradigm in Entropy", is available now on Nuclear Blast Records.

Formed in early 2003, BLEED THE SKY specializes in "mixing groovy metal riffs with distinctive melodies and profound lyrics." The band has previously shared the stage with such acts as AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE, MURDERDOLLS, MY RUIN, SKINLAB and DEICIDE.

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