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Bleed Again Release Video For 'Decimate' Plus Album Launch Show & Tour Details!



Upcoming Act Bleed Again Unleash New Video for 'Decimate' & Reveal Album Launch and Tour!


Fresh and exciting modern metal act, Bleed Again from the south coast of the United Kingdom strike hard with their massive melodic metalcore that is comparable to the likes of American heavyweights, Killswitch Engage and Trivium in both musical style and memorable energetic live performances.

Bleed Again has dropped their video for ‘Decimate’, the second track is taken from their highly-anticipated debut album, ‘Momentum’. The album will be released through recently signed US label Sliptrick Records on May 1st.

The new video lyric video for ‘Decimate’ makes quite the impact with defiant lyrics such as “You won’t be able to brain wash us all, you won’t see us fall!” which is delivered with intense urgency. Bleed Again is in no shortage of infectiously catchy hooks and melodies, placed on top of punishing riffs, relentless drum work and ferocious vocals.


Vocalist, James Dawson talks about the musical and lyrical inspirations of the song: "Decimate has definitely been influenced by my love for mainstream hardcore. We wanted to make a track that would have very little, or zero singing on it, a track that hits hard throughout. When we were writing this song, we knew straight away that it wasn't like anything we had done before. We knew it would stick out on the album, but in a good way."

"Lyrically this song has many different meanings. My first thoughts were that we take for granted what our past generations did for us in this country in WW1 and WW2. This grew into more political thinking in that I feel at times as if the government are constantly trying to scare us and control us into believing everything they say. Also, I was thinking at times that our past generations had a more simple life, even if it wasn't a very wealthy one. I feel at times that if we are to repair what I believe are very deep cracks in our society's, that we may have to destroy everything and start again. Rebuild."


Check out the new video below!



Video Credits:
Mixed and Mastered by Acle Kahney of TesseracT
Video production by Poseidon Media
Artwork by Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art



‘Momentum’, which is impressively mixed and mastered by Acle Kahney of Tesseract is brimming with world dominating anthemic songs such as ‘Walk Through The Fire’, ‘Legacy’. Another stand out track is ‘Through My Eyes’, which was their first video single for the upcoming release and was filmed at their blistering 2016 Mammothfest set which they stole the show with, delivering one of the most memorable sets of the festival.

Mammothfest are big supporters of Bleed Again. Having seen their passion, energy and true potential, Mammothfest are therefore proud to be hosting their album launch party with a special show with the revered Welsh metalcore act, Brutality Will Prevail headlining.

The show will take place on the 6th May at The Arch, Brighton with a whole host of other great bands, including Raging Speedhorn, Giants and Death Remains. Bleed Again will simply revel in the live setting and what a way to launch their album in a night that won’t be forgotten by the band and metal heads alike! This launch show will add to their list of great support slots, as in the past they have shared the stage with established acts Soil, Darkest Hour and Devil Sold His Soul, all as a result of their intense shows which they have built a solid reputation for.



Vocalist James Dawson comments about his excitement for the release show "Our album release show is going to be huge. So many bands over two stages in one day at one venue ensures it's going to go off!! We are really looking forward to our headliners in Brutality Will Prevail as well as Raging Speed horn. The entire day is filled with local and nationwide talent and we can't wait to play and party afterwards."

Come down and hear new songs from ‘Momentum’ live and witness Bleed Again thrive!

Get tickets for the album launch here: https://mammothfest.uk/product/brutality-will-prevail-raging-speedhorn/


Before the album launch show they are heading out on tour with Death Remains (also appearing at launch show). The launch show is the last day of the tour. Details below:





The band have more confirmed tour dates for the coming months:

April 1st – Brighton (supporting Feed The Rhino) | April 14th – Worthing (Headlining Pangalactic Festival)

Tour with Death Remains:
April 28th – Hastings | April 29th – Southampton | April 30th – Reading | May 1st – Leicester | May 2nd – Birmingham | May 3rd – Bridgewater | May 4th – Banbury | May 5th – Northampton | May 6th – Brighton (Album release show)

June 24th – Norwich POW3RF3ST …link

Tour with As Flames Rise:
July 20th – Isle of White | July 21st – Quarrydowns (Amplified Festival) | July 22nd – TBC | July 23rd – TBC

October 7th – Brighton (Mammothfest - Rotting Christ, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Lawnmower Deth & more) …link




Band Information:

http://www.bleedagainband.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/bleedagainuk/

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