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Below is our complete Bleeding Red news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Essence, Hellish Crossfire, Bleeding Red, and Justice have been newly confirmed for the Beastival Open Air 2013. NoiseArt Records also comments on the fest:
"The three-day headbanger's feast will take place May 30th to June 1st in Geiselwind / Germany and will get you a perfect start into your very own heavy summer!
"The line up that will enter two stages already looks like a wet dream come true. Beside Sabaton, Wintersun, Kataklysm, Satyricon, and many other bands the 'Big Teutonic 4' Kreator, Sodom, Destruction, and Tankard have been announced.
"More info about Beastival, the bands and how to get your tickets including limited fan packs (ticket, T-Shirt + NoiseArt CD of your choice) at the festival's website or through Hardticket.eu." More...
German melodic death/thrash newcomers Bleeding Red are going to produce a video clip for their song “Wasted Screams.” In cooperation with Oliver Barth and Visions in Fear, the clip will be shot on January 26th in Aalen. Bleeding Red frontman Timo states:
“We are really looking forward to creating our first video! First we wanted to shoot a clip for 'Thoughtcrime,' because we usually want to express a message with what we do, until we found the perfect horror location for 'Wasted Screams' by chance! I think our fans are gonna be happy with that, anyway, because it is still one of the most popular song on the album. Vision in Fear’s Oliver Barth is, on top of that, someone who has known the band almost since the beginning. Prepare for the upcoming visual awakening of Wasted Screams! Stay awake!”
The video will feature an appearance by model Maren Strassner and the track "Wasted Screams" come off the band’s debut “Evolution’s Crown,” released in March 2012 via Rock Road/Soulfood.
Bleeding Red has posted a second track-by-track video breakdown online with Timo Joos discussing the songs "Involution," "Tritoxine," "Frequencies," "Goddess of Black," and "Calling for your Downfall."
The songs are taken from the band's upcoming debut album "Evolution's Crown," which will be released March 23, 2012. Check out the clip below, or find the first track-by-track clip at this location.
Bleeding Red has posted a track-by-track breakdown video online featuring Timo Joos talking about the songs "Bloodforce," "The Running Man," "Nameless," "Wasted Screams," "Thoughtcrime," and "Unmaster." Check out the clip below.
The songs discussed in the clip are taken from the band's debut album "Evolution's Crown," which will be released March 23rd, 2012.
Bleeding Red has issued the following announcement about the return of the band's former drummer:
"Because of his upcoming graduation from school, Bleeding Red's drummer Fabian has been replaced by Denis Kopp during the last year. Now - just in time for the release of 'Evolution's Crown' - it is time for him to return to the band.
"We're glad that he can make it back for the release of our debut album. We also wanna thank Denis Kopp for the awesome time and the brutal support! We wish him all the best with his own band Desolation Catalyst and are looking forward to sharing stages from time to time! Welcome back, Fabi!!!”
You can also check out a promo clip featuring a new song off the "Evolution's Crown" album by heading over to this location.
Bleeding Red has posted a new promo clip online from the song "Frequencies," which is taken from the upcoming album "Evolution's Crown" due out on March 23rd, 2012.
Germany's Bleeding Red has posted a brief video explanation of the cover from the upcoming album "Evolutions Crown." You can check out the clip below. "Evolutions Crown" is due out on March 23rd, 2012.
Germany death thrashers Bleeding Red have posted a new video report from the studio. The band is recording its first full length release tentatively scheduled for release in April 2012. The release is the follow up to 2008's independently released self titled EP. The video can be seen here: