January 5, 2004

LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe has contributed guest vocals on the track "F.U.B.A.R" by the Canadian band BLOODSHOTEYE. The song is set to be included on the band's upcoming debut CD, "Without Any Remorse", due later this month through the group's own label. Three full-length cuts, including the aforementioned "F.U.B.A.R", can be downloaded from this location.

Featuring a sound that is being described as "angry aggressive and violently intense," Leamington, Ontario-based BLOODSHOTEYE's rhythm section has been together for seven years as such bands as CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and ONCE DEAD, according to the group's official biography. The band's influences include LAMB OF GOD, CHIMAIRA, LIVING SACRIFICE, BURNT BY THE SUN, HATEBREED, SLAYER, SKINLESS and CALIBAN, among others.

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