Not content with releasing a new video a few days ago for the track "Transference", Children Of Bodom have officially debuted online the title track of their upcoming album Halo Of Blood (some rips circulated in the interwebs too) which is available for streaming at this location. You can find more details about the album over here.





Halo Of Blood tracklist:

01. Waste Of Skin
02. Halo Of Blood
03. Scream For Silence
04. Transference
05. Bodom Blue Moon (The Second Coming)
06. Your Days Are Numbered
07. Dead Man's Hand On You
08. Damage Beyond Repair
09. All Twisted
10. One Bottle And A Knee Deep

Halo Of Blood release dates:

  • May, 29, 2013 (Japan)
  • June 6, 2013 (Europe)
  • June 11, 2013 (North America)

    EDIT: The song is now also available for streaming on the YouTube video below.




    [Also thanks to Ruin for the tip!]



    Source: facebook.com
    Band profile: Children Of Bodom
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    Posted: 15.05.2013 by moe5512



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    psykometal - 15.05.2013 at 21:03  
    Guess that was the real "Halo of Blood" after all. Interesting choice to include such a heavy emphasis on tremolo and blast beats; something they haven't done since Hatebreeder. Such a vast difference in style and sound between this and "Transference", I hope the majority of the album will be more like "Halo of Blood" than "Transference".
    Vitriolic Hate - 15.05.2013 at 21:31  
    The main riff reminds me of early Dissection.
    Machiavelli - 15.05.2013 at 22:59  
    Just another one of those bands that doesn't do anything for me on their studio records... live I've seen them a few times and they were very good.
    Warman - 15.05.2013 at 23:19  
    No, I did not like this. What the hell happened to the keyboards? Dissapeared more and more for each album since "Are You Dead Yet?".
    qlacs - 15.05.2013 at 23:19  
    Written by Vitriolic Hate on 15.05.2013 at 21:31

    The main riff reminds early Dissection.

    Same exact thoughts, thought it's still missing the tempo. Not just Dissection's, but old CoB's. Not mention the high pitched melodic leads. Anyway it's a good sign of CoB resurrection.
    moe5512 - 15.05.2013 at 23:42  
    Even if none of the songs I've heard are close to FtR material it's still a step in the right direction
    FreddeSwede - 16.05.2013 at 10:19  
    Written by Vitriolic Hate on 15.05.2013 at 21:31

    The main riff reminds early Dissection.


    My thoughts too. In this case it's a good thing.

    Dissection is the best black metal band ever, in my book.
    Risto - 16.05.2013 at 10:32  
    Written by Warman on 15.05.2013 at 23:19

    No, I did not like this. What the hell happened to the keyboards? Dissapeared more and more for each album since "Are You Dead Yet?".

    Guitars being brought forward in the mix is a known Tägtgren-ism
    zmaj666 - 18.05.2013 at 11:03  
    Cover is good...sample song not so much...
    errorcode99 - 19.05.2013 at 21:11  
    Now this is much better! i hope the rest of the album is more like this.
    BloodTears - 20.05.2013 at 18:10  
    Added the video and now you can stream the song here, tks Ruin!

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