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YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!

Posted on February 12, 2008

Bleeding Through have entered the studio to begin work on “The Truth” this year’s much-buzzed about follow-up to the band’s breakthrough album, “This is Love, This is Murderous”. “It’s going to be a brutal, pissed off record that will be much more blunt and direct in its lyrics, sound, and presentation” explains singer Brandan Schieppati. Bleeding Through spent all of January at home in Orange County working on material, pausing for their first headlining tour of Europe in February, before resuming work for the entire month of March and into early April. “The music is a bit more simplified, the songs are somewhat shorter, and it’s all much more to the point,” Schieppati adds. New tracks include: “Love In Slow Motion” as featured on the Radio 1 rock show. “Tragedy Of Empty Streets,” “Hollywood Prison,” “A Line In The Sand,” and “The Truth.” The band chose producer Rob Caggiano (Cradle Of Filth) to help them execute their vision. Work began in earnest this week at Los Angeles’ Cherokee Studios (Guns N’ Roses, David Bowie, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”) and will continue at various studios throughout Southern California until the end of May. Bleeding Through – The Truth is due September, but if you can’t wait till then check out the band in June on their UK tour with ZAO. Dates are as follows: 26/6 – LONDON UNDERWORLD 020 7734 8932 – STARGREEN 08700 600 100 – TICKETWEB 27/6 – NOTTINGHAM ROCK CITY 0115 9588484 – ALT-TICKETS 28/6 – GLASGOW KING TUTS 0870 1690100 – TICKET MASTER 29/6 – MANCHESTER JILLY’s ROCKWORLD 0161 832 1111 – TICKETLINE 0161 832 1111 – ROADKILL RECORDS 30/6 – NEWPORT TJ’s DELIVERANCE

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