Wednesday, January 30, 2008



California thrashers, BONDED BY BLOOD recently completed the recording of their debut album, FEED THE BEAST. During their time in the studio, vocalist, Jose "Aladdin" Barrales was given a leather jacket as a gift to commemorate the recording experience. Although Aladdin proudly wore the jacket for some time, he ultimately felt it was too small for him. Not wanting to simply waste a good gift, Aladdin thought about making the jacket available to his fans:

"Our fans have been so good to us that if I couldn't give them the shirt off my back, I should give them my jacket instead;" says energetic frontman, Aladdin.

This size 38 black leather jacket (shown here: was worn during the recording sessions of BONDED BY BLOOD's debut album, FEED THE BEAST. Aladdin's jacket is already a piece of thrash history and it's sure to get snatched up by a fellow thrashing maniac fast. Go to to get more info on it and if you'd like to make an offer to buy it, contact the band via their myspace profile.

Check out some pictures of the band in the studio:

Keep posted to for more information about their upcoming EARACHE debut, FEED THE BEAST.

See BONDED BY BLOOD extinguish the weak live on stage:

Feb 22 2008     7:00P
Pomona Elks Lodge
Pomona, California

BONDED BY BLOOD will also be featured on the upcoming new-school Thrash compilation, THRASHING LIKE A MANIAC, out on February 5 in the US. To find out more about the release head over to

Pre-order your cd or limited edition black or orange vinyl copy of THRASHING LIKE A MANIAC (with FREE issue of Speed Merchants) from the EARACHE U.S. Webstore:

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Earache Records
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