What year is this!? At the Starland Ballroom on the night of this show, it might have been 1999, as much as it was 2023. Minus the fashion trends of the time. It was a time capsule of metalcore that just aged up to musical perfection with God Forbid’s second reunion show in five months, and Bleeding Through back from hiatus as well. The opening bands included Living Wreckage, which features members from Shadows Fall and Anthrax, plus Shai Hulud, and Nora.
After returning to touring and playing at Furnace Fest 2022,Bleeding Through is working on new music. Bleeding Through has shared a snippet of new music being recorded for an expected 2023 release. A new album or EP would be their first release since 2018’s Love Will Kill All (Epitaph Records). News of the band hitting the studio was shared by frontman Brandan Schiepati last week on his personal Instagram. The band will kick off 2023 opening the two God Forbideast coast reunion shows at Starland Ballroom in New Jersey, and The Worcester Palladium in Massachucetts.Continue reading →
Connecticut hardcore/metal masters Hatebreed will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their “Perseverance” album with a fall 2022 U.S. headlining tour. Support on the trek will come from Bodysnatcher and Dying Wish, with Gatecreeper and Bleeding Through appearing on select dates. The “20 Years Of Perseverance Tour” will kick off October 27 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and runs through November 20 in San Diego, California.
Metalcore leaders Bleeding Through made a big splash with their comeback album last year, Love Will Kill Us All (Nuclear Blast). Off the heels of playing Travis Barker’s Musink Festival, the band has booked a London headline show this June 30th at London Underworld. Direct support for the special one-off show will come from Ithaca, Nihility and Chamber. Tickets are on sale now via the link below. The band will also perform at Full Force Festival and Jera On Air Festival the same week. Continue reading →
Not only is Donnay Clancy, publicist at The NoiseCartel, one of the friendliest (and most patient with us!) going, she also sends us great music from Century Media and Sumerian Records (amongst other labels), including acts such as Asking Alexandria, and Ghost Cult favourites At The Gates, and Between The Buried And Me. She also, as you will see, continues the theme of the UK’s metal PR people have THE best taste in music…Continue reading →
As the largest Metal label in the world, Nuclear Blast and it’s subsidiaries (SharpTone and Arising Empires) has a conveyor belt of exceptional talent at their disposal. Joe Naan joined their PR team earlier in the year and has been a regular in our inbox ever since, representing their incredible roster.Continue reading →
As previously reported at Ghost Cult, Anaal Nathrakh is releasing a new album, now dubbed A New Kind Of Hope, via Metal Blade. More album details can be read below. Jam the explosive first single ‘Forward’ right now!Continue reading →
After a lot of teasing, Bleeding Through have dropped trou on their new music! The band has announced a comeback album, officially titled Love Will Kill Us All, due out on via SharpTone Records. Check out the debut video for the new single, ‘Set Me Free’ now!Continue reading →
Bleeding Thorugh has been touting a huge comeback to their die-hard fans over social media. Mostly Instagram. Amazon briefly had details about a new full-length album from the band. Love Will KillAll is the unconfirmed title of their new release, tentatively due out on May 25th via Sharptone Records, a sub-label of Nuclear Blast Records. In the meantime, while we wait for a proper announcement, Bleeding Through frontman Brandan Schieppati has shared a snippet of new music on his person Instagram account. Continue reading →