Reunited BLEEDING THROUGH To Release 'Love Will Kill All' Album; 'Set Me Free' Video Available
April 6, 2018
Reunited California metallers BLEEDING THROUGH will release a new full-length album, "Love Will Kill All", on May 25 via SharpTone Records.
The official music video for the disc's first single, "Set Me Free", can be seen below.
Commented BLEEDING THROUGH vocalist Brandan Schieppati: "After five years away, we realized the heartbeat of BLEEDING THROUGH is still beating.
"We feel one of the best things that we could have done was to step away and concentrate on other aspects of our lives and let the dust settle on BLEEDING THROUGH, as people knew us.
"Our motivation to write the record was purely because of our passion for our music — the creative blood that runs through our veins, which hasn‘t changed since 1999.
"I feel that our creativity and passion is being put on display in this new record, 'Love Will Kill All'. We feel music is the ultimate expression and whether people want it or not we felt the need to express ourselves again. The beauty is that no one can stop it from happening.
"'Set Me Free' is a song that speaks of new beginnings.
"For so many years, I felt that BLEEDING THROUGH was a band that was held back because of other people interests in the band, whether it was business or personal. I just felt trapped by the business of the industry and outside perception.
"BLEEDING THROUGH is all about the music and the people who enjoy it. That was lost for a while and now it's found.
"'Set Me Free' is about a rebirth of purity of BLEEDING THROUGH. The video is dark, frantic and strong. I think it personifies what BT is and what we will always be. Time to rise."
BLEEDING THROUGH's last album, "The Great Fire", was released in January 2012 via Rise Records.
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