Bleeding Through

‘It’s Always Sunny’ has a Hopeless Records nod you probably missed
‘It’s Always Sunny’ has a Hopeless Records nod you probably missed
Since 2005, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia has brought the most awkward and hilarious moments to television. Over the years, however, fans have also noticed various musical nods subtly hidden within its episodes. In particular, an early episode from season one features nods to Hopeless Records, Avenged Sevenfold, Thrice and more. Re...
Rise Against release new music video and other news you might have missed today
Rise Against release new music video and other news you might have missed today
Watch a new music video from Rise Against — plus, the Story So Far announced a tour with Citizen and All Get Out. Check out the news you might have missed today below!   Read more: Against Me! officially welcome back bassist Andrew Seward Rise Against drop new video for “Megaphone” Rise Against premiered a new politically charged music video for “Megaphone.” The Story So Far annou ... Read
Bleeding Through vocalist on why metalcore never should’ve become taboo
Bleeding Through vocalist on why metalcore never should’ve become taboo
Brandan Schieppati, frontman for metalcore fulcrum Bleeding Through, is on a massive tear. On a recent episode of Jon’s Untitled Podcast while promoting the band’s new album Love Will Kill All (out tomorrow, May 25 via SharpTone), the singer set his psychic gun sights on bands like Bring Me The Horizon for their overtly perfect-sounding records and managers and labels who create identities for new
Bleeding Through frontman offers harsh critique of modern metalcore
Bleeding Through frontman offers harsh critique of modern metalcore
Bleeding Through vocalist Brandan Schieppati is no stranger to voicing his opinions, as evidenced in our recent interview with the frontman for the band's new album, Love Will Kill All. Now, the musician is airing his grievances with what he perceives as the stale state of modern metalcore, saying that "every record sounds exactly the same." ...
“I thought about killing myself”: Bleeding Through return with a vengeance
“I thought about killing myself”: Bleeding Through return with a vengeance
When metalcore heavyweights Bleeding Through played their last show in 2014, frontman Brandan Schieppati felt lost. Disconnected from the metallic hardcore scene he and his band had helped popularize, the vocalist believed the band were stagnating, so he pulled the plug on the group two years after the release of their seventh album, The Great Fire... Read More ...
Backstage bodybuilding at Warped Tour with Bleeding Through’s Brandan Schieppati
Backstage bodybuilding at Warped Tour with Bleeding Through’s Brandan Schieppati
Brandan Schieppati is the frontman for metal band Bleeding Through. You might better recognize him wearing all black or from one of the band’s gory music videos. However, Schieppati has turned over a new leaf, going from blood-curdling screams to barbell curls at Rise Above Fitness—his business and gym based in Huntington Beach, California. Rise Above ...
“I’m alive. There must be some reason for it”—Howard Jones on self-discovery and Devil You Know
“I’m alive. There must be some reason for it”—Howard Jones on self-discovery and Devil You Know
In January 2012, Killswitch Engage announced that vocalist Howard Jones was leaving the group after nine years, countless tours and three acclaimed albums. The reason? “Basically, I went insane,” Jones admits with a smirk. “It had been happening for a while. I was driving my ...
Bleeding Through announce US farewell tour with Winds Of Plague, Oceano, Gideon and Sworn In
Bleeding Through announce US farewell tour with Winds Of Plague, Oceano, Gideon and Sworn In
Bleeding Through have announced their US farewell tour taking place in November. Support will come from Winds Of Plague, Oceano, Gideon and Sworn In.  VIP tickets are on sale now, while general admission starts Sept. 9. More dates are forthcoming (presumably in the gaps), but the majority are as follows: 11/1 Denver, CO at The Summit Music Hall 11/3 Minneapolis, MN at Skyway Theatre - Stud

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