Blood of Angels will be back in the studio Sunday, June 26. Blood of Angels will be tracking a new original single titled “Spillage.” The song will be the first release of the band for their new label Biohazardous Records.
Blood of Angels will be working with their long-time producer Preston DiCarlo at Modern Audioworks in Tampa, Florida.
The idea for the track came from Kimmi Rodolph who host the popular Metal Deli Podcast based in Chicago, Illinois. She informed the band Blood of Angels that a Chicago-based metal band Spillage wrote a song called “Blood of Angels.” She suggested that Blood of Angels should write a song titled “Spillage” with an offer for the two bands to play together in Chicago, Illinois. Blood of Angels took the offer and is looking forward to the show in Chicago in the future.
The release date of the track through Biohazardous Records will be announced soon with the new artwork.
Inspired by the burgeoning local metal scene of Tampa, Florida, Blood of Angels are making their mark on the genre that has guided them through the darkest of times. With local town heroes such as Cannibal Corpse and Nasty Savage inspiring down that path, Blood Of Angels blends death, black, thrash and lashings of power metal into a high-octane frenzy. Band members, Randy Reyes (vocals), Aaron Robinson (guitars), Jonathan Rushford (drums), and the Maggot (bass) have been united under the Blood of Angels umbrella since the fall of 2015. They boast an abundance of experience as both musicians and songwriters, with 80 active years in the industry between them.
Their EP release of “Rise of the Fallen Gods” (2017) achieved widespread critical acclaim and won numerous independent music awards. Blood of Angels was honored as the “Best Metal/Hardcore Song” at the 16th Annual Independent Music Awards. Additionally, they went on to win “Best Metal Song”, “Best Metal EP”, and “Best Metal Video for the August 2017 Akademia Awards. To top it off, they were pronounced “Metal Band of the Year” at the 5th Annual International Music and Entertainment Awards.
“We are excited to be back in the studio and to work with Preston DiCarlo. This is a new chapter for us and looks forward to a long-term relationship with Biohazardous Records. Thank you to Kimmi at The Metal Deli podcast for this opportunity.”