World Under Blood

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World Under Blood
World Under Blood.jpg
Left to right: Deron Miller, Luke Jaeger, Risha Eryavec, and Tim Yeung.
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Melodic death metal,[1] Thrash Metal
Years active 2006—Present
Labels Nuclear Blast
Associated acts CKY
Divine Heresy
Foreign Objects
Morbid Angel
Hate Eternal
Decrepit Birth
Vital Remains
All That Remains
Sleep Terror
Website Official Myspace
Members Deron Miller
Tim Yeung
Kyle Konkiel
Luke Jaeger

World Under Blood is a melodic death metal band[1] from Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in late 2006 by CKY frontman Deron Miller and Divine Heresy drummer Tim Yeung.

Early Years[edit]

World Under Blood put two songs on their Myspace page, "God Among The Waste" and "Dead And Still In Pain", in late 2006, and another song in 2007, "Under The Autumn Low," with Deron and Tim playing all instruments. Shortly after, bassist Risha Eryavac (ex-Decrepit Birth) and guitarist Luke Jaeger (Sleep Terror) were added to the band.

In April 2008, the band went into the studio to record four new tracks, one of them a cover of Megadeth's "Wake Up Dead." Their debut album was set for release by the end of the year with a tour in support of the album;[2][3] the release date was later postponed to 2009, according to the band's Myspace page.

On 11 December 2008, Tim Yeung stated on Metal Messiah Radio that most of the World Under Blood album has been written and recorded and that they only need to write 3 more songs, which should be done after Tim has finished up the new Divine Heresy album in February 2009.

In late May 2009, World Under Blood signed a deal with Nuclear Blast Records. World Under Blood's debut album was released July 26, 2011.[1]



Current Members[4]
Former Members


  1. ^ a b c "Blabbermouth.Net - World Under Blood Signs With Nuclear Blast Records". Retrieved 2013-06-14. 
  2. ^ "World Under Blood | Free Music, Mixes, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos". Retrieved 2013-06-14. 
  3. ^ [1][dead link]
  4. ^ "Facebook". Facebook. Retrieved 2013-06-14. 

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