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Bleeding Through Begin Recording "The Truth"

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Bleeding Through have entered the studio to begin work on "The Truth," this year's much-buzzed about follow-up to the band's breakthrough album, "This is Love, This is Murderous," which was issued by Trustkill in 2003.

"It's going to be a brutal, pissed off record that will be much more blunt and direct in its lyrics, sound, and presentation," explained singer Brandan Schieppati. Bleeding Through spent all of January at home in Orange County working on material, pausing for their first headlining tour of Europe in February, before resuming work for the entire month of March and into early April. "The music is a bit more simplified, the songs are somewhat shorter, and it's all much more to the point," Schieppati added.

New tracks include: "Love In Slow Motion," "Tragedy Of Empty Streets," "Hollywood Prison," "A Line In The Sand," and "The Truth." Fans who caught the band's performance at this year's New England Metal and Hardcore Festival were treated to some new material; there will be more at this weekend's Bamboozle Festival in New Jersey.

The band chose producer Rob Caggiano (Cradle Of Filth) to help them execute their vision. Work began in earnest this week at Los Angeles' Cherokee Studios (Guns N' Roses, David Bowie, Michael Jackson's Thriller) and will continue at various studios throughout Southern California until the end of May.

Bleeding Through will tour Japan and Australia for the first time in June, venturing back to the UK for a week of shows with Zao and stopping over for appearances at both the Fury (France) and Pressure (Germany) festivals.

The following month sees the start of this year's Strhess Tour, which will be headlined by Bleeding Through, with support coming from Darkest Hour, Zao, Misery Signals and Fight Paris. After that the band can be seen in the South and East Coast during their two-week stint on the Warped Tour. The Truth is scheduled for release this fall through Trustkill.

Source: Digital Metal

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1. weiner writes:

maby i am stupid but is that saying there going on the warped tour

# Apr 29, 2005 @ 9:22 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. MarlaSinger writes:

well maybe they'll balance out all those putrid-p***y-pop-punk bands out a bit and keep the small handful of good punk bands on hand company....I'm actually not too familiar with these guys but my ex thinks their about the best thing ever....he likes (hed) pe and old slayer so his judgement is abit questionable, anyone know if their debut is any good or who/what they sound like?...is it pure hardcore?....any singing?...keyboards gawdy or welldone? technical or just riff-y?...

# Apr 29, 2005 @ 10:53 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. magaretgaddymustdie (a.k.a. pariah) writes:

Well, Marla, Bleeding Through IS a "putrid-p***y-pop-punk" band themselves, and if your ex actually likes (hed) pe (a group of strictly anti-metal pop-rappers) and Slayer (a group of arrogant hypocrites who actually STOLE their style from Metallica back in 1982) then maybe HE, himself, is a p***y. This band is not that different from all those other MTV2-ready, emo-screamo mallcore "bands" that cruelly and relentlessly pollute the mainstream posing a "metal-band". In fact, they are just the same. Plus, if you wish to know what they sound like, just type "metalcore" into any good search engine on the web and you will know EXACTLY what to expect. I, believe it or not, have their debut. I purchased it a point in my life when I was still trying to find my musical identity, but am, at the moment, desparately attempting to rid myself of the vile contamination brought about by its very presence.

# Apr 29, 2005 @ 11:46 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. MarlaSinger writes:

heh...thanks....so on that note, what bands are u into? you have me curious...

# Apr 29, 2005 @ 10:39 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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5. wicked sensitive writes:

this is love, this is murderous is not that bad, its not that great either. When u listen to them they sound like pretty much everything else in their genre. Songs 1, 4, 6 are the only ones worth listening to.

# Apr 30, 2005 @ 6:35 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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6. 3rdarmswing writes:

PARIAH to simply put it your an idiot,why do you feel the need to judge the music if you dont like it you know what to do,and stop coming on heretryin to speak all proper like your some well educated lame brain.your opinion is yours and yours only everynody has one but everybody needs to share it.i personally think they are a great band.by the way slayer tottally different than metallica.they have put good cds and kept a huge fanbase over the year unlike some band that we know of who have lost a great deal of fans,but then again my opinion. SIMPLY PUT YOUR A CLOWN AND I NEEDED TO LAUGH TODAY THANK YOU.

# Apr 30, 2005 @ 7:03 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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7. Murder 101 writes:

Magaretgaddy....What was the point of that? Do you feel cool now? What I love about people like you is the "I want so hard to be anti-mainstream and trendy" yet, being anti-that in itself is a trend. Contradiction is your best friend. You hate it but yet you bought the cd...good thinking there chief. Think before you talk. Maybe they are not the best band in the world but they are good, and even metalcore is catchy...and catchiness is where it's at. But, no need to worry my friend, cause it's all ok...everyone is a sell out lol. I'm a sell out, The people who wrote those comments are sellouts, the band and their label, the people who made this website, and even you. Don't judge buddy, don't judge. Leave that up to God. Have a good one!

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