New-school L.A. thrashers BONDED BY BLOOD are set to record their debut Earache release "Feed the Beast" with producer Michael Rosen. Rosen, who has worked with the likes of TESTAMENT, VIO-LENCE, SADUS, JOE SATRIANI and DEATH ANGEL, will begin working with the band in the New Year.

Commented BONDED BY BLOOD vocalist Aladdin: "It feels freaking awesome. He has produced and engineered some of my favorite bands — TESTAMENT, VIO-LENCE and SADUS — and now BONDED BY BLOOD. It's like a dream come true. 'Feed the Beast' is sure to be one kick-ass album".

BONDED BY BLOOD will commence recording "Feed the Beast" on January 11, 2008 at J Street Recorders (TESLA) in Sacramento, California. The album's track listing is as follows:

01. Immortal Life
02. Feed The Beast
03. The Evil Within
04. Another Disease
05. Unusual Punishment
06. Vengeance
07. To A Sickening Degree
08. Strike Of Fear
09. Sounds Of Torture
10. Necropsy
11. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Theme Song (bonus track)

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