The highly anticipated debut release from Blood Thirsty has been marked for July 8. (You can preorder the album now from Blood Thirsty’s Bandcamp.) The lyric video for “Omniscent,” from the upcoming Blood Sanguine Absolution, can be seen here. Derek Corzine (Whisper from Heaven, Syringe, Cosÿns, ex-Bloodline Severed) is releasing the debut album, with distribution and help from Metal Helm.

In order to help spread the word, the band is giving away a free album and shirt package, which you can see below! All you have to do is comment, like or share this post on Facebook or Twitter, and you’re automatically entered! We will choose a winner at random by this time tomorrow.

Enjoy the free metal, and get to sharin’!

Blood Thirsty Prize Pack

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