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Misguided Aggression, Derelict To Headline Sick Fest
September 10, 2009
Misguided Aggression, Derelict and Our Lady of Bloodshed will headline the first annual Sick Fest in Brantford, Ontario. The bands will perform alongside Endast, The Karma Cure, Ending Tyranny and Time The Destroyer featuring D-Wok from Arise and Ruin. The 2-day festival show will take place Friday, September 11th and 12th at Someplace Else Bar in Brantford, Ontario. The line-up for the show is as follows:

Friday, September 11th, 2009:
Destroy The Prophet
All Hail The Heartbreaker
Geneva Project
Apocalyptic Ruins

Time The Destroyer (featuring D-Wok from Arise and Ruin)
Burn Us Both
Karma Cure
Our Lady of Bloodshed

Saturday, September 12th, 2009:
Plague Campaign
Hardcore Warrior
Rise Helios
Our Apologies
Foxfight

Sledgehammer
Disseverence
Derelict
Endast
Misguided Aggression
Ending Tyranny

Misguided Aggression recently released their video for the song "Our Kingdom Come," which can be viewed below. The video was directed by Black Fawn Films’ Chad Archibald (Arise and Ruin, Farewell To Freeway) in Kitchener, Ontario. The track is lead single from Misguided Aggression's debut album, 'Hatchala', which was recently released by Year of the Sun Records.

Our Lady of Bloodshed has just released their debut album, 'VII', and is currently streaming tracks online at www.Myspace.com/OurLadyofBloodshed

Montreal based Derelict have released their video for the track “Machete” online which can also be viewed below. The video was shot in Brantford, Ontario by director Justin Peeler of Frontline Pictures. Derelict’s new album, 'Unspoken Words', was also recently released through Year of the Sun Records.
 
 
 
 
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Our Lady of Bloodshed Signs With Northern Storm Records
April 17, 2009
Brantford, Ontario, Canada based metal band Our Lady of Bloodshed has signed with Northern Storm Records. The group’s debut album “VII” will be released under the label on June 16th, 2009. Our Lady of Bloodshed is currently streaming tracks online at www.Myspace.com/OurLadyofBloodshed

"We are all very excited about this partnership," says Our Lady of Bloodshed frontman Wally Warwick. "Northern Storm (Records) does great work for all their bands, and we are all looking forward to our future together."

Our Lady of Bloodshed has quickly become a staple of the Canadian metal scene, destroying audiences and opening for acts such as Beneath The Massacre, Ion Dissonance, Misery Index, Neuraxis, Cancer Bats, and most recently a Canadian tour with Yonkers, NY based death-metal outfit Malignancy.

Our Lady of Bloodshed’s debut album "VII" was recorded in the fall of 2008 at Mastermind Studios in Hamilton, Ontario under the recording and producing expertise of James McBride and fully encompasses the band's talent and drive.

"It has a little bit of everything," says guitarist Mark Shannelly "Driving rhythms, complicated leads, breakdowns, and even some prog influence. The last three songs on the record are a mini-series telling a story. I think it's going to pull the listener in and keep them pulled in. It really turned out great."

Northern Storm Records has been building an impressive roster of blistering Canadian metal since 2005. The label has released records from No Assembly Required, Panzerfaust, Will of the Ancients and recently partnered with THE EXALTED PILEDRIVER for the release of their long-awaited comeback album, "Metal Manifesto", which was mixed by Neil Kernon (QUEENSRŸCHE, NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE).
 
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2005
HOME TOWN: Brantford, Ontario
MEMBERS:
Wally Warwick (Vocals)
Mark Shannelly (Guitars)
Bruce Cook (Bass)
Joey Muha (Drums)

Our Lady of Bloodshed has quickly become a staple of the Canadian metal scene, destroying audiences and opening for acts such as Beneath The Massacre, Ion Dissonance, Misery Index, Neuraxis, Cancer Bats, and most recently a Canadian tour with Yonkers, NY based death-metal outfit Malignancy.

 

Our Lady of Bloodshed’s debut album "VII" was recorded in the fall of 2008 at Mastermind Studios in Hamilton, Ontario under the recording and producing expertise of James McBride and fully encompasses the band's talent and drive.

 

"It has a little bit of everything," says guitarist Mark Shannelly "Driving rhythms, complicated leads, breakdowns, and even some prog influence. The last three songs on the record are a mini-series telling a story. I think it's going to pull the listener in and keep them pulled in. It really turned out great."