Tag: Bleeding Through

Interview: Bleeding Through talk “Rage” with Belgian Jasper!

After a moment dedicated to Trevor Strnad (may he rest in peace) earlier this past weekend, a highly anticipated full interview with Bleeding Through vocalist Brandan Schieppati has been provided by Belgian Jasper. As expected this one carries an insightful look at the bands new EP “Rage“, their first in four years, as well as

Interview: Bleeding Through talk Trevor Strnad with Belgian Jasper!

Rather than talk about their new EP “Rage” with Belgian Jasper, Bleeding Through vocalist Brandon Schieppati instead takes a few moments to talk about his friend Trevor Strnad from The Black Dahlia Murder, one who we have sadly loved and lost this past May. Containing audio fragments of “Child Of Night” from the “Verminous” album,

Review: “Rage” by Bleeding Through

“Screaming into a microphone and playing music with my friends after 20 plus years and after a pandemic seemed like an impossibility. Low and behold here we are creating music again. Personally the last few years has been a total mental battle. This music is my weapon against doubt and depression. The song ‘Rage‘ was

Review: “Take Cover” by Throwdown

Six years after 2014’s “Intolerance“, the last album from Orange County California’s Throwdown made its appearance, a compilation of previously released cover songs has been released via Pit Viper Records. The tracks each have their own story behind them and at each turn there have been a collection of other covers that the band played

NEWS: Light The Torch just want to fall…

Oddly Light The Torch still list themselves as Howard Jones (Ex-Killswitch Engage, Blood Has Been Shed), Francesco Artusato (Ex-All Shall Perish, The Francesco Artusato Project) and Ryan Wombacher (Bleeding Through) despite announcing Alex Rudinger (Whitechapel, Intronaut) as their new drummer and him appearing in the music video for new single “Let Me Fall Apart” so

NEWS: Light The Torch are living the dream?

The announcement of a new Light The Torch album “You Will Be The Death Of Me” out 25th June via Nuclear Blast just as Fear Factory were pouring cold water on the idea of Howard Jones replacing Burton C. Bell was pretty good timing as both gained a fair amount of publicity. The speculation steaming

Documentary: Bleeding Through on Fuse!

Much to our surprise, Trustkill Records YouTube channel has come back to life and given us the full episode of Uranium on Fuse TV that aired in 2004. The documentary is one that sees Orange County Californian Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through as they tour through the summer on Ozzfest playing their seminal album “This Is