Infected are a horror metal band from Orlando, Florida. They are best recognised for their powerful, infectious guitar riffs and catchy vocal hooks. Combined with unique horror metal elements, this makes Infected a band to remember.

The three-piece have just released their brand-new single ‘Maiden’s Blood,’ which is a truly breathtaking listening experience. We are gripped with the instantly heavy guitar riff from the first second, which is sure to get you moshing in no time! Following this, we are sucked in further with a genuinely catchy chorus, which is instantly memorable. The band successfully combines metalcore elements similar to that of Malevolence, with creepy horror aspects comparable to that of Rob Zombie. This makes the track very interesting to listen to, creating a certain level of intrigue that you don’t get with many other bands in this genre.

‘Maiden’s Blood’ is a powerful heavy metal track with a quirky gaming-themed twist! The song is inspired lyrically by the popular survival horror video game Resident Evil Village. It even features guest vocals from Lady Dimitrescu herself, a commonly known mutant human aristocrat in the game. This gives ‘Maiden’s Blood’ a real talking point, giving Infected fans an entirely new sound compared to what other metal artists are creating musically right now.

If you love bands such as Black Veil Brides and Creeper, we highly recommend that you give Infected a listen!

Infected’s new single ‘Maiden’s Blood’ was officially released on December 18 on notable online streaming platforms. The band shared various posts promoting the single via their social media accounts leading up to the release.

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