Band Photo: Bleeding Through (?)
From: CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Orange County, CA, based Bleeding Through was formed in 1998 under the name Breakneck, featuring Eighteen Visions' members Brandon Schieppati and Scott Danough. The band made its live debut as supporting act to Throwdown and Adamantium. Things were going well but some of the members wanted to go in a different direction and expand the hardcore sound to metal, so they changed their name to Bleeding Through and began writing new songs.
At the same time guitarist Javier Van Huss left and bassist Chad Tafolla took over his part. Bassist Marc Jackson was incorporated and the band released a 5- song demo. Marc then quit the band, so Bleeding Through recruited Vijay to play bass and added a brand new member- keyboardist Molly Street. Then they went to Doubletime Studios in San Diego to record the full length CD "'Dust to Ashes", which was released in March 2001. It was reckoned as a Cannibal Corpse, At The Gates and Hatebreed crossover and featured 5 new songs and all of the demo re- recorded.
In summer 2001, the band went through yet another lineup change- guitarist Chad left and Brian Leppke joined and Mick from 18 Visions took over the bass. Another album followed, "Portrait of the Goddess", released in 2002. The band then signed with New Jersey-based Trustkill Records.
Bleeding Through's third full length album "This Is Love, This Is Murderous" was released in September 2003 and received great response from fans and media. The following summer, the band was one of the second stage acts on Ozzfest 2004. Later on the same year, Bleeding Through was featured on Headbangers Ball Tour 2004, alongside Himsa, Arch Enemy and Cradle Of Filth.
After going through many member changes and finally finding the sound they wanted to create, the current lineup is: Brandan Schieppati (vocals), Brian Leppke (guitar), Scott Danough (guitar), Derek Youngsma (drums), Ryan Wombacher (bass) and Marta (keyboards).
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Below is our complete Bleeding Through 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.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
The December 15th date for the HEADBANGERS BALL III tour, featuring CRADLE OF FILTH, ARCH ENEMY, BLEEDING THROUGH, HIMSA, at the 9:30 club in Washington D.C has officially been cancelled. No official word or reason has been released, but the show is 100% off according to siN.
CRADLE OF FILTH have announced a new date for their upcoming Toronto appearance on the Headbangers Ball Tour with ARCH ENEMY, BLEEDING THROUGH and HIMSA.
The new date for the Toronto show is Sunday, December 12th at Kool Haus. Tickets for the show are on sale now through Ticketmaster outlets, Rotate This, Sonic Temple or by calling (416) 870-8000. Order online at www.ticketmaster.ca or www.hob.ca. The general admission/all ages show will begin at 7:30 PM.
As previously reported, upcoming Headbangers Ball tour dates include: More...
Atlanta's "artistic melodic dark metal" band LILITU have announced the addition of bassist Eric Smith to the group's ranks. "We are proud to have a super motivated person in the band!" the group write on their web site. Also joining the band is keyboardist Jonah Weingarten from the group PYRAMAZE.
In other news, LILITU have been added to the Atlanta date on the "Headbanger's Ball Tour" featuring CRADLE OF FILTH, ARCH ENEMY, HIMSA and BLEEDING THROUGH. The show will take place on November 13 at the Masquerade. "We go on promptly at 7PM, so everyone please get there early to catch our set!" the band write. "We will have new goodies and will be giving away a few copies of the new album. We hope to see everyone there, until then...rock on!"
LILITU's third CD, "The Delores Lesion", was released last month via The End Records.
Arch Enemy will be releasing a new EP, entitled "Dead Eyes See No Future," on November 15 in Europe and on November 30 in North America through Century Media Records. The EP is a mixture of live tracks and cover versions and was initially released in Japan only while the band were touring there a few months ago. Since then, an extra live track, "Heart Of Darkness," has been added, as well as the video for "We Will Rise."
Here is the track listing: More...
Roadrunner Records is releasing the long-awaited MTV2 Headbangers Ball Volume 2 Compilation this Tuesday. 40 tracks from 40 of the hottest acts in mainstream heavy metal and in the underground, for one low price. Who needs the radio, when you have this awesome play list to pop in the CD player. MTV has put up a full preview of the album, which you can access by clicking here
On the September 11th episode of Headbangers Ball, Jamey Jasta announced the line-up for the third MTV2 sponsored tour. Lo and behold, Bleeding Through will be direct support for headliners Cradle Of Filth along with Arch Enemy and with Himsa supporting. The tour will start this November after Bleeding Through's headlining national tour w/ Walls Of Jericho, Martyr AD and It Dies Today. Speaking to the group in the midst of their second week off since finishing Ozzfest, vocalist Brandan Schiepatti admitted he was bored with off-road life and couldn't wait for the upcoming shows. This is among the longest off time the group has had in a year since the release of their Trustkill Records album "This Is Love, This Is Murderous" in that space touring with AFI, Atretyu, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir, The Haunted, Sick Of It All, and Ozzfest.
Another workaholic, Marta, the statuesque keyboard player was invited by AFI to perform with them on the MTV Icon program honoring legendary mope-rockers, The Cure. Filming in London, Marta will join Davey Havok & Co to cover "Just Like Heaven" which will be broadcast on MTV in the near future appearing alongside artists such as The Deftones and being introduced to the stage by Marilyn Manson. Cementing their stature as a modern day titan of music, Bleeding Through have been named as one of eight bands ushering in the "Future of Metal" by Revolver Magazine for their Sept issue. This weighty accolade follows the previous declarations that Bleeding Through is the "Next Big Thing" by Spin Magazine (Feb) and a "Band You Need To Know" - Alternative Press (Jan). The group have also been featured guests on MTV2's Headbangers Ball, FuseTV's Uranium and Inside Edition w/ Deborah Norville. More...
More dates have been confirmed for the upcoming Headbanger's Ball III tour featuring Cradle of Filth, Arch Enemy, Bleeding Through and Himsa. All of the confirmed dates are as follows:
November 4 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
November 5 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
November 6 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium
November 8 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
November 10 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues
November 12 - Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues
November 26 - Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
December 11 - Detroit, MI @ Harpos
DARKEST HOUR will be hosting MTV2's "Heabanger's Ball" on Saturday, September 18.
In other news, DARKEST HOUR will tour Canada with CURSED in October. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Oct. 07 - London, ON @ Embassy
Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Kathedral
Oct. 09 - Kingston, ON @ Clark Hall Pub
Oct. 10 - Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
Oct. 11 - Montreal, QC @ El Salon
Oct. 12 - Trois-Rivieres, QC @ Café Rock
Oct. 13 - St. John, NB @ Studio 112
Oct. 14 - Charlottetown, PEI @ The Arts Guild
Oct. 15 - Halifax, NS @ Pavilion
Oct. 15 - Halifax, NS @ The Attic
Oct. 16 - Sydney, NS @ Pit Lounge
Oct. 16 - Sydney, NS @ Maple Leaf Lounge
Oct. 17 - Fredericton, NB @ Elk's Club
Oct. 18 - Quebec City, QC @ L'Anti
Oct. 19 - Barrie, ON @ Foundation
Oct. 20 - St. Catharines, ON @ L'3
Following the Canadian tour, Darkest Hour will tour the U.S. one last time before taking a break to complete their new record. The tour will run from November 12 to December 12 and will also include Between The Buried And Me, Kylesa, Cattle Decapitation, and Fear Before The March Of Flames. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon. Darkest Hour will also be releasing a DVD filmed on Ozzfest that will include footage of them beating Bleeding Through in dodge ball.
Darkest Hour are continuing to tour in support of their latest album, "Hidden Hands of A Sadist Nation", which was released in May 2003 through Victory Records. The CD includes guest appearances from Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates, The Crown), Anders Björler (At The Gates, The Haunted), Peter Wichers (Soilwork) and Marcus Sunesson (The Crown).
Bleeding Through will be touring Europe in November. Here are the latest tour dates scheduled:
06/11 Holland @ TBA
07/11 Germany @ TBA
08/11 Belgium @ TBA
09/11 Germany Trier @ Exhaus
dates w/ November Coming Fire
11/11 UK Swindon @ Furnace
12/11 UK Plymouth Phoenix @ Tavern
13/11 UK Leeds @ TBA
14/11 Scotland Aberdeen @ The Bassment
15/11 Scotland Glasgow @ King Tuts
16/11 UK Newcastle @ Upon Tyne
17/11 UK Norwich @ The Ferry Boat Inn w/ November Coming Fire
18/11 UK @ TBA w/ November Coming Fire
19/11 Germany @ TBA w/ Rise And Fall
20/11 Germany Karlsruhe @ Gotec w/ Champion, Comeback Kid, PTTR
21/11 Switzerland Will @ Remise w/ Champion, Comeback Kid, PTTR
22/11 Germany München @ Backstage
23/11 Hungary Budapest @ Kultiplex
24/11 Austria @ TBA
25/11 Germany @ TBA
26/11 Germany Saalfeld @ Klubhaus
27/11 Germany Berlin @ Kato w/ Paint The Town Red
Bleeding Through will be hitting the road this fall for a full US tour with Walls Of Jericho, Martyr AD and It Dies Today in tow. The first dates announced are as follows:
October 09th Ft. Collins, CO - Starlight
October 10th Denver, CO - Rock Island
MTV2's Headbangers Ball Tour is coming back this fall with CRADLE OF FILTH and MUDVAYNE co headlining. Other bands rumored for the bill are HIMSA, SATYRICON, LACUNA COIL, and BLEEDING THROUGH.
The official website for Pigstock 10 has been updated, and is full of information regarding the 4-stage, multi-band festival that takes place on Friday, August 13 in Davenport, Iowa. Head to www.pigstock10.com to check it out.
Roving, on assignment SMNnews correspondant, Fecal Corpse guitarist, and former SMNnews staff member Mike Solomon has returned (in 1 piece) from his outing to Ozzfest 2004 at the Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh, NY.
Lamb of God
...as well as in-action shots of Judas Priest and the 1st live pictures of Black Sabbath have been made available online. You can view them here, as well as read Mike's personal 18-page account of the show here.
The tracklisting for the forthcoming Headbangers Ball Vol. II, which will be making it's way onto store shelves in late September: More...
So, after quite some time and many doubts I have finally decided to share my thoughts about this year's Ozzfest. Actually, it's my first time on this festival since I'm from Europe and I've only been living in U.S. for two years now. Please, do consider this as you read along :)
I got to the Tweeter Center around 10:15 in the morning. Being my first time there, I wasn't sure how the whole thing was gonna go. The first thing that looked very weird were all those people on the parking lot who had brought BBQs and coolers and were hanging out by their cars. Very American, I thought. More...
Our very own Gothique was at Ozzfest in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the the Tweeter Center on July 12 and sent a load of pictures from second stage of the show (hardly anyone is allowed to take pics of the main stage bands). Check em out over at the gallery page.
Some setlist info is starting to filter in from bands at this years Ozzfest. Here they are so far:
Someone's Standing On My Chest
Right Side of The Bed
Lip Gloss and Black
Broken Promise More...
BLEEDING THROUGH have released their brand new video for their latest single 'Love Lost in a Hail of Gunfire' online. You can view the full video here.
Bleeding Through have firmed up their Ozzfest off-date schedule, here's where you can catch them:
July 15th Rochester, NY - Penny Arcade (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, God Forbid)
July 17th Norfolk, VA - Norva Theatre (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, Darkest Hour)
July 21st Louisville, KY - Union Station
July 30th Las Vegas, NV - Huntridge Theater (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, God Forbid)
August 02nd Phoenix, AZ - Mason Jar (Feat. Throwdown, Darkest Hour)
August 06th McAllen, TX - Villa Real (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, Otep)
August 08th El Paso, TX - Club Xscape (Feat. Dimmu Borgir)
August 15th Houghton, MI - Level 2 Skatepark (Feat. Throwdown)
August 20th Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, God Forbid)
August 22nd Minneapolis, MN - Quest Club (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, Otep)
August 27th Syracuse, NY - Club Tundra (Feat. Throwdown)
August 29th Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection (Feat. Dimmu Borgir, Darkest Hour)
September 01st Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade (Feat. Dimmu Borgir)
According to an interview conducted by Pivotalrage.com with BLEEDING THROUGH's vocalist (Brandon), it seems that DIMMU BORGIR and LACUNA COIL are set to play some Off-fest (dates during Ozzfest when Ozzfest is not being played) dates together this summer. Here's the Q & A:
"PR: Are there going to be any off dates with any other bands from Ozzfest?"
"Brandon: Yeah we will either be doing off dates with SLAYER or DIMMU BORGIR and LACUNA COIL. If it works out our way it will be with SLAYER because we fit more with that crowd then a black metal crowd. But either way it’s going to be crazy."