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Lots of new Bloodjinn information

Wednesday, March 6, 2002 8:02 PM PT


Bloodjinn's new record, "Leave This World Breathing," was just mastered by Fred Betchen at ESP Mastering (Snapcase, Buried Alive) in Buffalo, NY and has been placed in pressing. The effort is scheduled for release in April on Goodfellow Records. In other band news, bassist Ryan McInturff has parted ways with the group to pursue his new career. He has moved to West Virginia and will reside there permanently with his family. The split was entirely amicable and Bloodjinn has now picked up Nate Adajian, formerly of Nientara (Tribunal Records), to handle bass duties. Look for Adajian on tour with the band in March (dates below). Also of interest to Bloodjinn fans may be the fact that since their old record, "To Bleed The Demon," is almost out of press, there are now talks of a future repress, possibly with new artwork, a new mix, and bonus tracks. Finally, the band has a bunch of dates lined up, many of which will also feature The Manhattan Project (TMP). Here you go:

3/15 Princeton WV @ City Limits w/ TMP, Purity's Failure, more
3/16 Greenville NC @ Big Al's Tavern w/ TMP, more
3/21 Atlanta GA @ Sugar Hill CC w/ TMP, more
3/22 Tallahassee FL @ Thunderdome w/ TMP, Evergreen Terrace
3/23 Davie FL @ Club @ w/ TMP, Unsilent Reign, more
3/24 Tampa FL @ Kids Skateboards w/ TMP, more
3/25 Daytona Beach FL @ the Church w/ TMP, more
3/26 Birmingham AL @ Boiler Room w/ TMP, more
3/27 Nashville TN @ the Muse w/ TMP, more
3/29 Huntington WV @ YWCA w/ TMP, more
3/30 Parkersburg WV @ Caffeine Kelli's w/ TMP, more
4/2 Winston-Salem @ Ziggy's w/ Hatebreed, Converge, more
4/6 Summerville SC @ American Legion w/ Aria, more
4/20 Huntington WV @ YWCA w/ The End Of All, more
4/23 Athens WV @ Concord College w/ Darkness Remains, more
4/27 Greensboro NC @ The Tavern w/ Heartscarved, more


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