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bleeding through: Bleeding Throughcompact discs
Bleeding Through: Bleeding Through

Released: Apr 13, 2010. Genre: Metalcore, melodic death metal, symphonic black metal. Label: Rise. Number Of Tracks: 12. So many bands pay lip service to returning to their roots on later albums. Orange County's Bleeding Through, who've always played some form of blackened metalcore, get heavier, angrier and blacker on this self-titled monster.

POSTED: 04/29/2010 - 04:18 am

8.5
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bleeding through: Declarationcompact discs
Bleeding Through: Declaration

Released: Sep 30, 2008. Genre: Metalcore. Label: Trustkill, Roadrunner Records. Number Of Tracks: 12. Declaration is the fifth album by American metalcore band Bleeding Through. The album features eight string guitars. The song's titles are named after different states and cities.

POSTED: 01/27/2009 - 03:15 am

8.7
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bleeding through: Portrait Of The Goddesscompact discs
Bleeding Through: Portrait Of The Goddess

Released: Apr 30, 2002. Label: Indecision. Genre: Rock. Styles: Grindcore, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 10. While Bleeding Throughs Portrait Of A Godess doesn't add much new to the table, it is still a very good album.

POSTED: 06/11/2008 - 04:32 am

7.1
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bleeding through: This Is Love, This Is Murderouscompact discs
Bleeding Through: This Is Love, This Is Murderous

Released: Sep 23, 2003. Genre: Rock. Tones: Bleak, Aggressive, Ominous, Intense, Suffocating. Styles: Grindcore, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12

POSTED: 01/22/2007 - 08:23 am

7.9
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bleeding through: The Truthcompact discs
Bleeding Through: The Truth

Release Date: Jan 10, 2006. Label: Trustkill. Genres: Grindcore, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12. Bleeding Through added more musical elements to their sound, and this album will always be your favourite.

POSTED: 07/22/2006 - 03:23 am

8
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