God Forbid And Bleeding Through Announce January Shows

God Forbid and Bleeding Through have announced a couple of shows together. They will be performing at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ on January 6 and at the Palladium in Worcester, MA on January 7. God Forbid commented:

“When it comes to good news when it rains it pours. Despite doing an incredible reunion show at Blue Ridge Rockfest a couple months back, we knew it wouldn’t be a proper reunion without performing a show in our home area of New Jersey. Those are the fans that have been the loudest and most passionate since the beginning, so it warms our hearts to be able to give back. The Massachusetts metal scene is one of the first places to embrace what God Forbid does so it’s fitting to make an appearance in New England where the metal is in their blood. And to have the legendary Bleeding Through as a part of this makes these performances that much more special. This has been a decade in the making. Make sure you are there to witness history.”

Bleeding Through’s Brandan Schieppati Says He Was Offered A Chance To Try Out For Killswitch Engage In 2002

During a recent appearance on the “Meep Meep Podcast,” Bleeding Through’s Brandan Schieppati revealed that he was offered a chance to try out for Killswitch Engage in 2002. The frontman said the following about that:

“I got asked to sing for Killswitch, when Jesse [Leach] quit the first time. That is a true story. I was in Arkansas with Bleeding Through, Norma Jean, and Every Time I Die – the first Bleeding Through tour we ever did…I just kinda knew that Bleeding Through was my shit. I knew I was gonna leave Eighteen Visions and just do Bleeding Through and I remember their A&R guy hits me up and goes hey ya know the band wants you to try out for Killswitch and at the time…Killswitch was an unknown. They weren’t really poppin’ off yet. Bleeding Through actually was probably bigger than them at that time… They actually asked James [Hart] from Eighteen Visions too. But we both recommended Howard [Jones] and there you go.”

[via The PRP]

Bleeding Through Premiere New Song “Rage”

Bleeding Through have premiered a new song titled “Rage.” You can stream that track below:

Brandan Schieppati commented:

“Screaming into a microphone and playing music with my friends after 20 plus years and after a pandemic seemed like an impossibility. Low and behold here we are creating music again.

Personally the last few years has been a total mental battle. This music is my weapon against doubt and depression.

The song ‘Rage‘ was created with the anger and frustration built up over the last few years. This song is us joining the fight to have music heal a struggling world.

‘Rage‘ is the sound of 20 plus years as a band and years of built up aggression. No bullshit. Straight up Bleeding Through.”

Bleeding Through Have 15 New Songs In The Works

It looks like Bleeding Through have 15 songs in the works for their next album. The band shared some studio footage from the sessions and a photo featuring some working song titles. You can find all of that below:

[via The PRP]

Bleeding Through In The Studio

It looks like Bleeding Through have been in the studio working on new material with producer Mick Kenney. The band shared the below photo:

[via The PRP]

Bleeding Through Announce UK Show

In addition to Bleeding Through’s performances at Full Force Festival and Jera On Air, the band will also be playing a headlining UK show. Here’s what they have booked overseas:

06/28 Gräfenhainichen, GER – With Full Force Festival
06/29 Ysselsteyn, NET – Jera On Air
06/30 London, UK – Underworld (feat. Ithaca, Nihility and Chamber)

Bleeding Through Premiere “No Friends” Music Video

Bleeding Through have premiered a new video for their song “No Friends.“ The clip was filmed at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA and the track appears on the band’s latest album “Love Will Kill All.“

Brandan Schieppati said the following:

“We are super stoked to be putting out our third music video from our brand-new record, Love Will Kill All (Out Now). ‘No Friends‘ is perfect for the ‘live set’ and simply slams! This is about how through time you will absorb a collection of people who you will call friends, but in your greatest time of need only the ‘true’ friends will rise to the top.

This is ultimately about overall grit and perseverance, along with those incredible moments where you realize ‘I’m better off without shit-head friends anyways!’ This video captures a raw energy and emotion of that song played live at our hometown, SOLD OUT record release show, so check it out.”