Puddle of Blood was formed out of spite for Ninja's, Clown's and Zombies! G-Hump and Hell-Razor put together this secret project in 2004. They quickly caught the attention of Legendery Detroit producer Mike E Clark, who recommended they try recruiting the help of his friend Gut-Ripper. Gut-Ripper hit it off with the dastardly duo, and they quickly became a trio. They decided that since writing and recording music is a pain in the @$$, that they would limit the writing and recording to one recording session per song. After finishing most of "The 666th Symphony" they decided that a Hype-Man was needed. Johnny Lobodomy was requested and he answered the call. The recordings were quickly finished up in 2004 before B4 Records CEO Mike E Clark could release the CD, he ventured off to tour with Tech N9ne. With Mike's reknowned success, B4 Records closed its doors so he could persue his musical dreams.
The bands music remained in limbo for a year before resurfacing on "Dead By 28"'s newly formed lable " Black 13 Recordings"."The 666th Symphony" was released years later due to this legal mumbo jumbo. Puddle of Blood only performed a handful of shows to promote the limited release on "The 666th Symphony". After a brief hiatus G-Hump and Hell-Razor put together a Free remix album that they gave away in a digital MP3 format. In 2008 G-Hump recruited Dizman of "Dead by 28" and "the Draculator" to record a new remix of the song "Blood N' Gutz" for free download on Devil's Night 08.
Presently the where-about's of the founding members is unknown, but "Black 13 Recordings" insists that the world has not heard the last of "Puddle of Blood's" Hatehop music. Until then remember "Silence is Golden………when everybody's dead."
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