Tuesday, November 19, 2013


Here's a really cool band you should check out known as Bloodshot Dawn.  Matching their Melodic Death Metal sounds with Thrash Metal is what will grind you into a new dimension of the unknown. Promising riffs that will please listeners of Dark Tranquillity (without keyboards though), Gorguts, Necrophagist, Obscura and Dethklok to name a few. Bloodshot Dawn is very technical and very crushing. The guitar tones are insanely one that are very intense, drums that are clear as day, great bass lines and vocals that will slash your chest. This band is totally one you should have in your collection if you don't by now. So if you want a severe beating, then look no further because Bloodshot Dawn really packs a mean punch, just to be warned. This is their debut album, and I believe that the world audience will enjoy and have something new to look forward to. Coming from The United Kingdom is where the band Bloodshot Dawn dwell. This 11 song album which is self-titled will tear you apart and not let go until it wants more of you to listen to them. For being a debut album, I'm going to throw this band a 4.75/5 stars only because I can definitely see this band growing more energetic over time along with how they have enforced their own killer sound regardless. So metalheads, if you like the UK metal scene, don't let this one slip by you because Bloodshot Dawn deserves a chance to hit the road and see the skies of the lands around the planet for years to come. Just remember these few things. Support the Underground Metal scene, support Bloodshot Dawn, support Underground Noise & MOST OF ALL METALHEADS: KEEP YOUR HORNS UP!!!! This is EVILVENGEANCE666 signing off. \m/-_-\m/

Track Listing:

Beckoning Oblivion
Dedication To A Dead Cause
Forlorn World
Sentient Disease
The Quantam Apocalypse
Sickening Dogma
Illusion Aesthetic


Josh McMorran- Vocals & Lead Guitar
Benjamin Ellis- Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals
Doug Anderson- Drums & Vocals
Anthony Ridout- Bass


If you're interested in their full length in streaming so you can listen to it in its entirety, here's the link below.


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