BLOODJINN: 'Maker' Video Posted Online

North Carolina metal band BLOODJINN has posted its video for the song "Maker". The clip, directed by Blake Faucette of the "Series" DVD, is the first single from the band's powerhouse new album "This Machine Runs on Empty", which was released in March on Pluto Records. Watch the video below.

"This Machine Runs On Empty" was recorded at Vudu Studios in Freeport, NY with producer Mike Watts (HOPESFALL, THE CHARIOT, AS CITIES BURN).

BLOODJINN is set to tour with Prosthetic recording artists YEARS OF DESOLATION all through August, and then begin the "Blood Is What We Aim For Tour" in September alongside BLOODLINED CALLIGRAPHY, WITH BLOOD COMES CLEANING, and YEAR OF DESOLATION.


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