BLOODSHED Prepare To Record Debut Full-Length

February 19, 2002

Sweden's BLOODSHED will enter Sunlight Studio in Stockholm on February 25th to start the recording process for their debut full-length offering, entitled Inhabbitants of Dis. Due to be released during the summer through Code666 Records, Inhabbitants of Dis will contain the following tracks:

01. Dark Trace
02. Kiss Of Cruelty
03. Psychosomatic Revelation
04. Release
05. Death By Hanging
06. City Of Dis
07. Blood Music
08. Deceit
09. Paradoxal Experience
10. Doom's Day Device
11. Source Of Life's Essence

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