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Tag Archives: Bleeding Through

Metal By Numbers 6/6: Jonathan Davis leads a labyrinth of sales

Posted by on June 6, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. No, seriously, this list of debuts is longer than I’ve had in a while. Nineteen albums, some you’ll know, some you won’t, some you’ll want to check out, some you’ll take one look at […]

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Bleeding Through premiere “Set Me Free” music video

Posted by on April 6, 2018

Bleeding Through’s overall seventh studio album, 2012’s The Great Fire, was assumed as the their last. However, the hiatus is over and these California metalcore giants have finally returned. On My 25th, their upcoming full length album Love Will Kill All will be released via SharpTone Records, and today (6th), the group premiered the music […]

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Bleeding Through set to release new music for the first time since 2012

Posted by on March 28, 2018

Bleeding Through are set to release new music for the first time since 2012 The Great Fire. The band has not made an official announcement yet regarding the release, however multiple online retailers such as Amazon have promoted the album’s preorder. The album titled  Love Will Kill All is set for a May 25th release via […]

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The Ghost Inside benefit show featuring Bleeding Through announced

Posted by on December 18, 2015

Everyone got excited when the inactive band Bleeding Through posted an enigmatic image seemingly hinting a reunion. We later found out that the band were not going to get back together permanently but were getting ready to play once again in benefit of their friends at The Ghost Inside, who suffered a terrible tour bus […]

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Bleeding Through were not through with their hiatus

Posted by on December 14, 2015

Leaving vague hints and tips about any sort of announcement is a common thing in the industry to create hype and speculation among the fans, so when an inactive band posts something like the picture Bleeding Through posted last week on their Facebook, many would naturally assume that the band was getting ready to be back […]

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Bleeding Through are through with their hiatus

Posted by on December 11, 2015

It’s been a while since the announcement of Bleeding Through calling it a day and after hitting the road in North America for one last time, the band went silent as promised. Now, even with the recent announcement of singer Brandan Schieppati’s new project The Iron Son, Bleeding Through decided to put their boots back on and […]

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Former Bleeding Through singer is now The Iron Son

Posted by on November 5, 2015

Brandan Schieppati of Bleeding Through fame has started a new project called The Iron Son, and launched a new song called “Unleash Hell.” The brand new track is from the upcoming album Enemy, and features guest vocals from Chris “Motionless” Cerulli from Motionless in White. Schieppati explains the new project in a post on his Facebook page: […]

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Here’s the first Crucible (We Came as Romans, Taproot) single

Posted by on October 21, 2015

Last week, Crucible, a new Detroit-area band was announced. Featuring members of We Came as Romans, Assassins and former Taproot drummer Nick Freddell, the band promised to be “the heaviest music hands down” that producer Nick Sampson has ever worked on. Earlier this week, the band  shared a new song, “Death Rate,” that features guest […]

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God Forbid’s Doc Coyle comments on recent metal band breakups

Posted by on September 9, 2014

Doc Coyle, the co-founding guitarist of New Jersey’s now-deceased God Forbid, shared his thoughts on the recent break-ups of Bleeding Through, Shadows Fall, and recently Chimaira via his Rebel Noise blog. He includes God Forbid in what he calls the “Big 4 of Quitters,” a tongue in cheek reference to these once mighty metal bands calling it […]

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Headbangers Brawl: Which newly broken-up band will you miss the most?

Posted by on September 5, 2014

Headbangers’ Brawl is a weekly column where Metal Insider’s contributors take a moment to debate and analyze two opposing sides of a topical issue occurring in the world of metal and/or the music industry. After the sudden departure of… well, everyone but Mark Hunter, Chimaira has officially come to an end. This came just a few weeks after […]

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