BLEEDING THROUGH: 'Kill To Believe' Video Posted Online
BLEEDING THROUGH's video for the track "Kill to Believe" has been posted online. Check it out (choose speed based on your connection): Low, Medium, High. The clip was shot earlier in the month with director Zach Merck (LACUNA COIL, CONVERGE). BLEEDING THROUGH frontman Brandon Schieppati had previously told MTV.com that the video was going to be story-based — a sort of " 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' meets 'The Devil's Rejects' " — interlaced with performance footage of the band.
"Kill to Believe" comes off the band's latest album, "The Truth", which was released on January 10 via Trustkill Records. The follow-up to 2003's "This Is Love, This Is Murderous" was produced by Rob Caggiano (CRADLE OF FILTH, ANTHRAX).
BLEEDING THROUGH will embark on a 37-date headlining tour of the U.S. with EVERY TIME I DIE, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, and HASTE THE DAY on February 15 in Los Angeles. Dates currently run through March 31 in San Diego, California.
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