"The End Starts Here", the new video from the Dutch melodic death/thrash act FUELBLOODED, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's sophomore album, "Off the Face of the Earth", which will be released on February 5 via My Kingdom Music. The CD was mixed and mastered by Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY, THE ABSENCE, CARNAL FORGE, ONE MAN ARMY).
"Off The Face Of The Earth" track listing:
01. The End Starts Here
02. Discontinued Dormancy
03. When Passion Dies
04. Recipe For Demise
05. The Cult Of Ego
06. Off The Face Of The Earth
07. The Wrath Of A'ath
08. Pandemic Persection
+ "The End Starts Here" video
Check out the song "When Passion Dies" at the FUELBLOODED MySpace page.
A seven-episode studio report documenting the recording process for "Off the Face of the Earth" is available on the band's YouTube channel.
FUELBLOODED's debut album, "Inflict the Inevitable", was released by Copro Records in March 2006.
Peter Brinkman - Vocals
Michiel Rutten - Guitar
Danny Tunker - Guitar
Michel Steenbekkers - Bass
Norbert Moen - Drums
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