Orange County, California's BLEEDING THROUGH will be filming a video for "Love Lost In a Hail of Gunfire" next month with director Chris Sims (POISON THE WELL, EIGHTEEN VISIONS). "Love Lost In a Hail of Gunfire" is the first track from BLEEDING THROUGH's latest album, "This is Love, This is Murderous". The band are currently wrapping up a lengthy U.S. headlining tour and are preparing to spend the summer on Ozzfest and doing "off" dates with DIMMU BORGIR and LACUNA COIL. "This is LIVE, This is Murderous", a live DVD featuring eight camera angles, 5.1 surround sound and band commentary, will be released next month as part of Kung Fu Records' "The Show Must Go Off!!" live DVD series. The band played the main stage at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and were interviewed for segments on Fuse's "Uranium" and MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball".
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