Bleed From Within

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Monday, March 25, 2013
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In 2009, the Glasgow guys in Bleed From Within were quite fast compared to Bring Me The Horizon. Perhaps because their singer looks a bit like Oli Sykes. Well, those people drew conclusions a bit too fast, as Bleed From Within turned out to be a solid new band, being part of the NWOBHM. They stand up in a world taken over by pop music and easy rock songs.
Uprising is their third record. In an interview, drummer Ali Richardson stated that their main influences are Pantera and Lamb Of God, but unfortunately, those influences are hidden very well. The record itself sounds very solid and will definitely satisfy the needs of both a hardcore kid and a metal fan, but the songs don't really stand by themselves. You really have to listen to Uprising as one unit to see its greatness

Uprising turned out to be a good metal album. Nothing more, nothing less. But Bleed From Within tells us to never give up, so we're sure they never will.