BLOOD RED THRONE Preparing To Enter Studio

Norwegian death metallers BLOOD RED THRONE are currently hard at work on their next, as-yet-untitled album.

Guitarist Død comments: "We're currently workin' on our fifth studio album, and so far we got nine killer tracks. Expect some heavy shit, some fast and brutal shit and for those of you missing solos on previous albums, a lot of cool leads! We're waiting for a green signal and then we'll enter Studio Deadline in Sweden, makin' our best album ever!"

BLOOD RED THRONE's follow-up to 2007's "Come Death" is tentatively scheduled for release in May 2009 through Earache Records. Also in the works is a special release to celebrate the group's 10th anniversary in 2009.

BLOOD RED THRONE's video for the song "Taste of God" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's latest CD, "Come Death", which was released in Europe in August 2007 via Earache Records.

Upcoming BLOOD RED THRONE shows:

Nov. 21 - Notodden, Norway - Hellion Club
Jan. 17 - Bergen, Norway - Garage

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