Internal Bleeding Stream New Album “Corrupting Influence”

Internal Bleeding are streaming their new album “Corrupting Influence” in full via Decibel. The effort will officially be released tomorrow (October 19). The band commented:

“We worked really hard on creating an album that is chock full of signature Internal Bleeding Riffs. It also contains a lot of surprise twists and turns that expand on our sound and take some songs to places we’ve never gone before. With the shadow of our lost brother Bill Tolley looming large over us, we had to make sure ‘Corrupting Influence‘ was something he would listen to and be proud of. We feel we accomplished that and we hope our fans will enjoy the ride.”

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New York City Street Named After Late Internal Bleeding Drummer Bill Tolley

Internal Bleeding have revealed that a portion of 66th Pl. in the Ridgewood neighborhood of Queens has been named after late drummer William “Bill” Tolley. Tolley, who worked as a firefighter for FDNY, passed away in April 2017 after falling five stories while responding to a fire in the same section.

[via MetalSucks]

Frank Rini To Rejoin Internal Bleeding For Upcoming Tour

Internal Bleeding have announced that vocalist Joe Marchese and bassist Shaun Kennedy will not be participating in the upcoming Bloodletting North American Tour due to “important family issues.” Ryan Giordano (Mercy Blow, Flesh Tomb) will handle bass duties, while Frank Rini will be returning to sing from October 12 – November 2. Tyler Lauer (Torturous Inception, Splattered Entrails) will sing for the last part of the tour.

Internal Bleeding Premiere “Focus” Video

Internal Bleeding have premiered a new video for their new song “Focus.” The clip was shot in three different locations in Long Island, NY by director/producer Sean Ageman and the track will appear on the band’s new album “Corrupting Influence,” which is set to be released on October 19. Chris Pervelis commented: “We are not much of a ‘concept video’ band. We’d much rather shoot something that gives fans a better understanding of who we are, and how passionate we are about the music write.” Joe Marche added: “’Focus’ is about going out there and killing it every single day. It’s about digging deep and finding huge reservoirs of strength you never knew you had.”

[via Revolver]

Internal Bleeding To Release New Album “Corrupting Influence” In October

Internal Bleeding have announced that their new album “Corrupting Influence” will be released on October 19. Founding guitarist Chris Pervelis says the effort is “filled with all of the gut twisting heaviness and groove you’d expect from us, but there’s also plenty of unexpected twists that take a listener to places we’ve never gone before. Additionally, the production is right where it should be — heavy as fuck, organic and live sounding.” Guitarist Chris McCarthy added: “I grew up as a fan of Internal Bleeding, so I put everything in my ability to make this the sickest Internal Bleeding album ever.”

“Corrupting Influence” Track Listing:

01. “Compelled To Consume”
02. “Corrupting Influence”
03. “Fatal Dependency”
04. “Focus”
05. “Surrounded From The Inside”
06. “Unreality”
07. “Litany Of Insincerity”
08. “Final Justice”
09. “The Supreme Sacrifice”

Arsis, Decrepit Birth, Internal Bleeding, Etc. Set For “Bloodletting North America XII Tour”

Arsis, Decrepit Birth, Internal Bleeding, Pyrexia, AngelMaker, and Within Destruction have been booked for the “Bloodletting North America XII Tour.” You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

10/12 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
10/13 Los Angeles, CA – 1720
10/14 Mesa, AZ – Club Red
10/16 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
10/17 Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live
10/18 Laredo, TX – Ethos Live
10/19 Houston, TX – Acadia Bar
10/20 New Orleans, LA – The Howlin’ Wolf
10/21 Orlando, FL – The Haven
10/24 Virginia Beach, VA – Shaka’s Live
10/25 Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz
10/26 Brooklyn, NY – The Kingsland
10/27 Manchester, NH – Bungalow
10/28 Quebec, QC – Salle Multi
10/30 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Électriques
10/31 Ottawa, ON – Mavericks
11/01 Detroit, MI – Harpos
11/03 Chicago, IL – Reggies
11/04 Merriam, KS – Aftershock
11/06 Denver, CO – The Roxy Theater
11/07 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
11/09 Seattle, WA – Club Sur Rocks
11/11 Watsonville, CA – Appleton Bar and Grill

Internal Bleeding Officially Welcome Kyle Eddy To The Band

Internal Bleeding have officially recruited Kyle Eddy as their permanent drummer. Eddy, who recently performed with the band on during their U.S. tour, is taking over for Bill Tolley, who tragically passed away, while working as New York firefighter.

The band commented:

“Losing a beloved friend and band mate has been a traumatic event for us, and needless to say, the past few months have been a roller coaster of conflicting emotions. But, through it all, there was never a thought given to packing this band up and calling it quits. There was no doubt in our mind that Bill would want the band to continue. As a matter of fact, he spoke about it numerous times with us. In short, he always said, ‘the band needs to go on.’

We’re not quite sure how we managed, but we pulled off a full US tour with a fill-in drummer who only had a few weeks to practice and get the set down. That drummer was upstate New York native, and deathmetal veteran Kyle Eddy. He did an amazing job learning the music, getting the set down, and fit in perfectly with our personalities. We had a great time with him on tour, and it felt like he’d been in the band for years – that’s how comfortable we were with him.

Kyle is a true professional in every sense of the word. He is deeply dedicated to his craft and brings unrelenting enthusiasm and energy to the band. For those reasons — and many others — we have chosen him to become the new drummer for INTERNAL BLEEDING.

Longtime fans of the band may remember seeing a much younger Kyle bashing the skins for INTERNAL BLEEDING during our second Onward To Mecca tour. He did a superb job then, and we’re supremely confident that his skills will help propel the band to new heights. It’s always painful to move forward after a tragic loss, but it must be done. We’ve decided that Kyle should be our new drummer, and we think – scratch that – we know that Bill would be really happy about our choice. Please welcome him to the INTERNAL BLEEDING fold!”