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Bleeding Through Have A Lot To Say.

Bleeding Through vocalist Brandan Schieppati lends his voice to Tiger Army’s new song “Hotprowl!” Brandan and bass player Ryan Wombacher also contribute back-up vocals on the rest of “Music From Regions Beyond” out June 5th.

Also, the new issue of Revolver features keyboardist Marta Peterson on their cover along with Lacuna Coil front-woman Cristina Scabbia for the “Return Of.. The Hottest Chicks In Metal!” issue. Bleeding Through had this to say about the issue which hits stands on May 22nd:

“And for all of the Internet fools (all ten of you) who think we are using “hotness” to “market” this band: you’d do best to remember that we’ve been playing this music in VFW halls and basements since long before it became fashionable, in any sense. And we are proud of what we have accomplished, and proud that our keyboard player is both strong and feminine. And we don’t tell Revolver, or Metal Hammer, or Kerrang! to put us in their “hot” stories, the magazines choose to include Bleeding Through. There’s no “scheme” or record label guy twisting their evil mustache behind it all. It’s really not a big deal. And who says you can’t have talent and looks at the same time? Just ask Brad Pitt. đŸ˜‰ It’ll be a cold day in hell before this band becomes Fergie or some bullshit, don’t worry. Thanks to Revolver for the continued support and thanks to our real fans, as always.”


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