“Light the match. Erase it all. Throw my away. Torch it all. Remember me. Forget someday. Kill it all. Bury this. Forget everything. Leave it all. Destroy the past throw me away. Tear my flesh. Ignite the belief. Rip my eyes out so I no longer see. All the chaos and all the deceit that
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28th September 2004 saw Orange County’s finest Bleeding Through tear down Jilly’s Rockworld in Manchester, a venue that sadly no longer exists. The Metalcore heroes are working on a follow up to 2019’s “Love Will Kill All“, their ninth studio album in all. The group have been working on the outing with Mick Kenney (Motionless
As if 2019 wasn’t enough for fans of Orange County Californian Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through with the arrival of “Love Will Kill All” via SharpTone Records, 2020 looks like it will see another new album from them. According to this instagram post picked up by thePRP.com, they’re back in the studio with producer Mick Kenney (Carnifex, Anaal Nathrakh). However,
For a UK Exclusive show at Camden Underworld, what has the potential to be one last chance to see the Orange County Metalcore heroes that are Bleeding Through in the live arena is not one to be missed! Having seemingly returned from the ashes with 2018’s new album “Love Will Kill All”, vocalist Brandan Schieppati
Orange County Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through have released an official music video fro “No Friends”. The song is taken from their new album “Love Will Kill All”, which is out now via SharpTone Records. We think it’s an absolute banger and you can check out our review of their welcome return.
Last but not least, here’s what’s available from Bleeding Though at their return show, the show that celebrates the release of their new album “Love Will Kill All” via SharpTone Records. The first 30 minutes is pro-shot footage and then we leap to fan filmed cuts of of “Declaration”, “Orange County Blonde and Blue”, “Revenge I
We’ve had Lionheart, Iron Curtain & Winds Of Plague so now it’s time for the full set from Too Pure To Die at The Observatory in Orange County California on 8th June. The release show for the new and long anticipated “Love Will Kill All” album, the return from Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through which is out
It’s the one you’ve been waiting for. No, not the headliners, Bleeding Through at their “Love Will Kill All” release show. You’ve had sets from the Orange County Observatory show on 8th June from Winds of Plague & Iron Curtain. Well, if there is a band that prove “Nothing Is Over”, it’s Lionheart. There return
Five piece grindcore infused hardcore crew Iron Curtain from Inland California were on the bill at the Bleeding Through album release show for “Love Will Kill All” which is out now via SharpTone Records. Here’s their set, Pro-Shot in High Definition and it’s a fast one!
Filmed at the show that was the album release for the new Bleeding Through effort “Love Will Kill All”, Pro-Shot in high definition, here’s the full set from Winds of Plague. Playing at the Observatory in Orange County, California on 8th June. The Symphonic Deathcore crew have a mighty fine album out in “Blood of My