Bleed From Within sign with Nuclear Blast, drop new single
Official press release:
Today, Nuclear Blast Records is proud to welcome metal heavyweights Bleed From Within to their worldwide family. Having just returned from a victorious UK tour with Bullet For My Valentine, the Glaswegian five-piece continue to shatter all expectations, delivering an indelible wildfire of heavy riffs and captivating melodies. The new single "I Am Damnation" is a melodic metal masterclass, showcasing the band in the form of their lives. A bold statement that presents the first taste of their new record, due in 2022.
Watch the visually stunning music video for "I Am Damnation", directed by Pavel Trebukhin here:
Drummer Ali Richardson about the signing: "I'm happy to finally announce that Bleed From Within has signed to Nuclear Blast Records. Their enthusiasm was obvious from our first conversation back in 2020 but as negotiations continued, the team proved that they possess the passion, drive, and knowledge to take this band to the next level. It's also an honor to join such a prolific roster - something that we do not take lightly. 'I Am Damnation' is the first step in a new chapter for us; a sonic development and a true taste of the music that has still to come as part of this new deal. I'm very excited for our future together and can not wait to share what we've been working on."
Nathan Barley Phillips, Senior A&R states: "After numerous meetings with the band and discussing everything they'd like to achieve over the next stage of their career, it was immediately apparent that there was a huge synergy and ambition from all parties involved. Bleed From Within is the absolute embodiment of what a modern Metal band should be and I am positively elated to welcome the guys to the NB family and work directly with them in the years ahead. LFG."
Jens Prueter, Head of A&R Europe adds: "It's been almost 10 years ago since Bleed From Within and I first worked together and I'm more than proud that the band are now joining the Nuclear Blast artist roster. The band have made huge strides over the last few years and there's an even bigger future ahead. Cheers and lang may yer lum reek!"
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bleed from within? you mean internal bleeding? lmao. tricky way to basically rip off their name
Every one of the signing press releases is just literally the same stupid hollow words about how excited the label is to take 35 percent of these dumb pricks futures
Infinitely better than that Code Orange song I just listened to on this site
Imagine investing money into something like this because you think it's "the future of heavy music" or whatever stale, hollow expression they used?