Bloodbather
[Photo by: Ana Massard]

After teasing that they would be adding a new band to their roster, Rise Records has announced the signing of Bloodbather to the label.

Check out their re-released single “End” below!

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Yesterday, Rise Records took to Twitter to tease a new song, new video and a new signing.

Today, it was revealed that Broward Country, Florida band Bloodbather were the latest addition to the label.

The group consists of Jeffrey Georges (vocals), Matt Stokes (guitar, synths) and Kyler Millo (bass).

Bloodbather channels airtight, distorted guitars, chugging and cathartic hardcore tempos and menacing industrial textures into an ominous and battering sonic ram.

While the trio are currently working on new material, to celebrate their recent signing they re-released their single “End” along with a video.

“Everybody has their urges—things that they want to say or do whenever they’re lost in a rage, want revenge, or are in a dark place in life,” the band says of the track. “This song is not about being right or wrong, but about giving in to a primal act.”

You can check it out below!

Bloodbather will embark on a tour with Of Mice & Men, For the Fallen Dreams, and Thousand Below this fall. You can check out the full list of cities and dates below.

Dates:

9/23 — Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram
9/24 — San Diego, CA @ Soma
9/25 — Flagstaff, AZ @ The Green Room
9/27 — Salt Lake City @ Complex
9/28 — Denver, CO @ Marquis
9/29 — Lawrence, KS @ Granada
10/3 — Columbus, OH @ Basement
10/5 — Ottawa, ON @ Brass Monkey
10/6 — Toronto, ON @ Lee’s
10/7 — Montreal, QC @ Fairmont Theatre
10/8 — Stanhope, NJ @ Stanhope House*
10/9 — Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
10/11 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27
10/12 — Greensboro, NC @ The Blind Tiger
10/15 — Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
10/16 — Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
10/17 — Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
10/19 — Mesa, AZ @ The Underground
*No OM&M

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