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Bleed Again Release New Video 'Walk Through The Fire' Plus Debut Album 'Momentum' Is Out Now! (1st May)




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 new video for ‘Walk Through The Fire’, the third track taken from their highly-anticipated debut album, ‘Momentum’. The video was exclusively premiered on Metal On Loud first on the 24th April. The album is out today (1st May 2017) through recently signed US label Sliptrick Records.

Vocalist James Dawson talks about the meaning behind 'Walk Through The Fire':

"Walk Through The Fire is about facing your demons head on. Using the pain and failures in life to learn from and pass that onto future generations. I have learnt a lot from my parents and friends experiences to help me through my own issues. If I can pass that knowledge onto my own children and loved ones then we can always step closer to salvation".


Check out the powerful new video below!




Credits:
Mixed and Mastered by Acle Kahney of TesseracT
Recorded and Produced by Russell Plowman at SoundByte Studio
Video Production by Wild Stag Studio
Directed By Ian Coulson
Shot at Audio Empire



‘Momentum’, which is impressively mixed and mastered by Acle Kahney of Tesseract is brimming with world dominating anthemic songs such as new single ‘Walk Through The Fire’, ‘Legacy’.


'Momentum' has already gained some positive reviews:

"Momentum offers highly crafted technical masterpieces, which leave you desperate and eager to hear more." Stencil Mag

"The potential is obvious as what they do, they do well." Justin Hulford





Bleed Again have just started their tour to promote the new album 'Momentum' supporting Death Remains. The tour ends with the album launch show hosted by Mammothfest on the 6th May at the Arch with Brutality Will Prevail headlining.



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.

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."



Tickets for the album launch show can be found here: https://mammothfest.uk/product/brutality-will-prevail-raging-speedhorn/



To listen/get the new album 'Momentum' Out Now here are the links!

Grab your digital copy from these links,
ITUNES:https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/momentum/id1231413497
SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/album/4xmKZchVmCyydh4TVvhj0o
GOOGLE PLAY:https://play.google.com/store/music/album…
BANDCAMP:https://bleedagain.bandcamp.com/album/momentum


Get Vinly/Digi Pack/T-shirts and Hoodies here:
www.bleedagainband.co.uk/store

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