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Bloodshot Dawn Announce UK/Ireland Tour & Reveal New Album Title






Bloodshot Dawn Announce UK/Ireland Tour & Reveal New Album Is Titled 'Renanimation'


In the last few days UK melodic death metallers Bloodshot Dawn entered the studio to begin work on their third full-length album, which will be entitled Renanimation, and is slated for released early 2018 via Hostile Media.

Frontman Josh McMorran comments, "We are pleased to announce we have joined forces with Hostile Media to release our third full length, Reanimation. After working with their press team for years we have built a stalwart relationship that we believe will help take us to the next level as well as making it easier to purchase our music across the globe. Their passion and commitment is equal to our tenacity and hard work ethic making this a force to be reckoned with!"


Since their acclaimed self-titled and second album Demons, there has been shifts in the bands ranks making way for new members, Canadian shredder Morgan Reid and drummer James Stewart (also of Vader and Divine Chaos). The band commented earlier about James joining the fold, "His experience and recording insight has helped shape the new album and we couldn't be happier!"

As well as the news of an imminent new release the band has announced a new UK/Ireland tour, their first in almost 2 years! "We are also excited to be hitting the tour circuit again after a short hiatus. We are hungry for live devastation and looking forward to seeing fans old and new!"




Reanimation UK/Ireland Live Dates
17/01/18 - Black Heart, London
18/01/18 - Green Door Store, Brighton
19/01/18 - Boiler Room, Guildford
20/01/18 - The Underground, Plymouth
21/01/18 - Fuel Rock Club, Cardiff
22/01/18 - Venue TBC, Birmingham
23/01/18 - Audio, Glasgow
24/01/18 - The Fulford Arms, York
25/01/18 - The Peer Hat, Manchester
26/01/18 - Venue TBC, Cork
27/01/18 - Limelight, Belfast
28/01/18 - On The Rox, Dublin


Bloodshot Dawn 'Unified' Lyric Video
https://youtu.be/uCd7Hntc0rM

Bloodshot Dawn 'Smoke & Mirrors' Lyric Video
https://youtu.be/2Kzdf6QlzRw


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www.hostilemedia.net

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