News•September 11, 2008 11:55 AM ET•4,487 views
Most Precious Blood issues album update
Official press release: Most Precious Blood has checked in with updates on their forthcoming new album, "Do No Resuscitate," due out next year on Trustkill Records. The band has been tracking with Dean Baltulonis at Atomic Studios (Sick Of It All) and are finishing up now for a 2009 release. Guitarist Justin Brannan comments: "The new record is 1 part systems overload, 1 part Tragedy and 1 part funeral for a mexican bullfighter. We didn't listen to anything recorded after 1995 while recording this thing. We didn't set out to do anything but we wound up writing and recording a record that's a giant fuck you to just about everyone involved in underground music today. We stripped it down, covered it in bleach and set it on fire. We employed a scorched earth policy which involved destroying anything that might be useful to the enemy while advancing through or withdrawing from the area or scene. We may do some shows or tour to promote this record, we may not. We have not broken up, and we never will. We're doing what we want to do completely untethered to anyone or anything or any obligations or allegiance save for the 5 of us and maybe Geoff Silverman. We are unplugging the machine and letting it cool off. Let everyone else run around in circles for a while. We're buying run flats. That said, I think people who've supported us in the past we will enjoy this record. We stripped it all down and just left the engine." Song titles for "Do No Resuscitate" include: A Danger To Myself And Others Meth Mites Graveyard Postcards Steady Diet Of Wolf Eyes Animal Mother
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