News•July 28, 2008 12:01 PM ET•3,878 views
Bleeding Through signs Euro deal w/ Nuclear Blast
Official press release: We are extremely stoked and proud to announce that Orange County modern extreme metallers Bleeding Through have just inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records for their upcoming fifth full-length album "Declaration" for all European territories. Nuclear Blast A&R Jaap Wagemaker about the brand new signing: "For four albums Bleeding Through have established and continousley evolved their own style that noone ever managed to adapt or achieve! We are very proud that Bleeding Through finally joined the Nuclear Blast family!" Vocalist Brandan Schieppati about the new co-operation: "Bleeding Through is very excited to be a part of the Nuclear Blast team in Europe. Nuclear Blast is a label that all of us have supported for a long time, who has shown a strong interest in our band, and who has a roster with many bands that we respect and listen to on a daily basis. We are quite pleased that Trustkill [Records] was able to come to an arrangement to license 'Declaration' to Nuclear Blast for Europe, which is an extremely important part of the world to us. We look forward to working very hard together with Nuclear Blast to make this album heard." According to Schieppati, "'Declaration' will be heavier than its predecessor! I think it bridges the gap between 'The Truth' and 'This Is Love, This Is Murderous.' The melodies are darker, the riffs are heavier. We just wrote a really aggressive record that encompasses everything we've ever tried to do as a band and then raised the bar a notch or two." "Declaration" will be released on September 26th.
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