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Book Of The Dead Post New Teaser Video Clip And Artwork Teaser, Full Length Due Later This Year

Book Of The Dead Maryland's melodic shredtastic twisted triumvirate known as Book Of The Dead just dropped a brief snippet of brand new material taken from their forthcoming as-yet-untitled debut full-length release. Book Of The Dead are currently in the studio working through the recording process, and while the upcoming album does not have a concrete street date, tentative plans are leaning toward a Summer 2021 release time frame.

Kick-off your Metal Monday by heading on over to check out the short clip here:

The 3 piece death metal troupe features members of Visceral Disgorge, and Whisteria Cottage, along with an infusion of fresh blood to complete the triumvir. The band's debut EP, 'Bound In Flesh, Inked In Blood,' was released last April via Rebel Pyro Musick, with an exclusive limited edition run of physical copies which quickly sold out. The EP is still available as a digital download, as well as streaming, on all platforms.

Book Of The Dead merch is available at the following locations:
BotD - 'Anxiety' Tee & BotD Logo Facemask - RPM Webstore Exclusive:
BotD - All Over Print - All Over Brutality Exclusive:

Fans can check out a full guitar playthrough video for the track, 'The Drachnid,' taken from last year's 'Bound In Flesh, Inked In Blood' EP, which premiered on Metal Injection: The photography and videography for Book Of The Dead's guitar playthrough video was handled by Lexi Duncan.

'Bound In Flesh, Inked In Blood' was produced by Robert Polanco at Espaiatt Studios in Baltimore, MD, with mixing and mastering handled by the one and only Zack Ohren at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland, CA. The brutal artwork for the album was created by Blackdotx.

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    January 25, 2021

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