Leamington, Ontario-based metallers BLOODSHOTEYE have inked a deal with Galy Records for the release of their debut album, "Without Any Remorse". "We are very excited to be part of such a great label and look forward to working together," the band write on their web site. "We have started the album design working with Dissonance Studios who has done albums for such bands as BLOOD OF CHRIST, DESCEND INTO NOTHINGNESS, GREY SKIES FALLING etc."

As previously reported, "Without Any Remorse" features a guest appearance by LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe in the track "F.U.B.A.R". BLOODSHOTEYE's rhythm section has been together for seven years as such bands as CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and ONCE DEAD, according to the group's official biography. The band's influences include LAMB OF GOD, CHIMAIRA, LIVING SACRIFICE, BURNT BY THE SUN, HATEBREED, SLAYER, SKINLESS and CALIBAN, among others.


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