BLEEDING THROUGH To Film 'Death Anxiety' Video This Weekend

August 21, 2008

Orange County, California's BLEEDING THROUGH will film a video for the track "Death Anxiety" this weekend. The clip will be directed by Dave Brodsky, whose resume includes music videos from ALL THAT REMAINS, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and GWAR.

"We wanted something simple and performance-driven but with lots of pyro, just fire everywhere," says frontman Brandan Schieppati. "And by all accounts, that is exactly what we will be getting this weekend." recently conducted an interview with vocalist Brandan Schieppati of BLEEDING THROUGH. Watch the 10-minute chat below.

An e-card containing 30-second audio clips of BLEEDING THROUGH's entire fifth full-length album, "Declaration" can be accessed by clicking on the image below.

BLEEDING THROUGH recently inked a European deal with Nuclear Blast Records for the release of "Declaration".

Due in Europe on September 26 via Nuclear Blast, "Declaration" was recorded in Vancouver, Canada with producer Devin Townsend (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, LAMB OF GOD, SOILWORK, DARKEST HOUR) and is said to be thematically the band's most diverse CD to date, addressing a variety of topics on tracks like "There Was a Flood", "Germany" and "Death Anxiety".

BLEEDING THROUGH is on tour in North America with BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, which will be followed by a European tour with BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and LACUNA COIL, the band's first-ever show in Mexico at the Vans Warped Tour Pre-Fiesta with UNDEROATH and MXPX, and the Orange County Liskfest with PENNYWISE, GORILLA BISCUITS and LIVING SACRIFICE. The band will also headline its first-ever tour of Russia in December and will announce more European shows soon.

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