Bleeding Through, Wisdom In Chains, Lifeless, Etc. Set For 2018 East Coast Tsunami Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 East Coast Tsunami Fest. The event will take place at the Reverb in Reading, PA on September 22 and it will include the following: Bleeding Through, Wisdom In Chains, Lifeless, On Broken Wings, Too Pure To Die, Recon, Strength For A Reason, Bodysnatcher, Born A New, Departed, Brick By Brick, Downswing, Purgatory, Ante Up, Gloves Off, Bushido Code, and Dread.

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Bleeding Through, DevilDriver, Jinjer, Etc. Set For 2018 Texas Revolution Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2018 Texas Revolution Fest. The event will take place on October 27 at Come And Take It Live in Austin, TX and it will include the following: Bleeding Through, DevilDriver, Jinjer, Fire From The Gods, Dead To Fall, Wretched, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, Brojob, Raven Black, Reign, and Chernobyl The Secret.

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.”

Bleeding Through Premiere “Fade Into The Ash” Music Video

Bleeding Through have premiered a new video for their new song “Fade Into The Ash.“ This track is from the band’s new album “Love Will Kill All,“ which will be released on May 25, via SharpTone Records. Brandan Schieppati commented:

“To me ‘Fade Into The Ash‘ is the true portrayal of the Bleeding Through sound. It tells the story of a 15 year career, alongside a comeback. When we shot the video, we kept things more streamlined. It was striking and simple, just like our new record. It features a strong visual performance with back lit silhouettes that add to the overall drama of the song. Overall, it‘s a timeless look and ambiance, which perfectly captures the emotion and essence of the band! Enjoy!”