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Bleeding Through was a metalcore band out of Orange County, California, United States and was formed in 1999 and will be splitting up sometime in 2013 due to the band members' inability to be fully devoted to Bleeding Through.
Bleeding Through's successes in the past have been mainly built upon their Trustkill Records debut, "This Is Love, This Is Murderous." The album produced two music videos ( "On Wings Of Lead" and "Love Lost In A Hail Of Gunfire" ) with Spin Magazine calling them an "Artist To Watch", Revolver branding them part of "The Future Of Metal", multiple accolades from Metal Hammer and Kerrang, and the much love from Alternative Press.
AFI invited Bleeding Through to open for them shortly before the al...
Most familiar with Lancaster County, Pennsylvania typically associate it with sprawling rural environments and Amish populations. Those who have spent time in the central PA location can speak of an entirely different portrait of Lancaster. They have experienced the "big city" atmosphere mixed with the earnest hard work ethos of a small town. They know of the thriving and vibrant downtown arts and music scene, which has produced a number of ground breaking local music acts. They can also tell you the benefit of its close proximity to 5 major US cities. It is this blend of circumstances that established the creative approach, broad vision, and DIY principles of This or the Apocalypse. They are a band that exhibits the patience and dedicat...
Hand Of Mercy was a Hardcore/Metalcore band from Sydney, Australia. They formed in 2005 and disbanded in 2015.
They shared the stage with some of Australia's and the world’s most high profile hardcore acts such as Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction, Unearth (USA), A Day To Remember (USA), Underoath (USA), The Ghost Inside (USA), As I Lay Dying (USA), August Burns Red (USA) and many more.
Trash The Party (EP) - 2007
Scum of the Earth (EP) - 2009
The Fallout - 2010
Last Lights - 2012
Resolve - 2014
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