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Bleeding Through

Bleeding Through

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 13th, 2010
Catalog ID:
RISE095
Version desc.:
US
Label:
Rise Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 85%)
1. A Resurrection 01:54   instrumental
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2. Anti-Hero 03:09   Show lyrics
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3. Your Abandonment 03:30   Show lyrics
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4. Fifteen Minutes 03:48   Show lyrics
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5. Salvation Never Found 04:49   Show lyrics
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6. Breathing in the Wrath 04:29   Show lyrics
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7. This Time Nothing Is Sacred 03:16   Show lyrics
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8. Divide the Armies 04:50   Show lyrics
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9. Drag Me to the Ocean 03:51   Show lyrics
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10. Light My Eyes 02:42   Show lyrics
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11. Slow Your Roll 03:22   Show lyrics
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12. Distortion, Devotion 05:54   Show lyrics
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Band members
Derek Youngsma Drums
Dave Nassie Guitars
Marta Keyboards
Brian "Lefty" Leppke Guitars
Ryan Wombacher Bass, Vocals
Brandan Schieppati Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Zeuss Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Ryan Clark Art direction, Illustration, Design
Curtis Edward Franklin Additional engineering
Megan Thompson Photography
Derek Youngsma Drums
Dave Nassie Guitars
Marta Keyboards
Brian "Lefty" Leppke Guitars
Ryan Wombacher Bass, Vocals
Brandan Schieppati Vocals
Zeuss Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Ryan Clark Art direction, Illustration, Design
Curtis Edward Franklin Additional engineering
Megan Thompson Photography
Read Bleeding Through - Bleeding... 85% tcgjarhead November 3rd, 2011

Recording information:

Recorded at Planet Z Studios in Hadley, Massachusetts with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris.

Added by: The_Moor Modified by: inaholereviews
Added on: 2010-02-05 03:33:38 Last modified on: 2014-08-21 17:34:38
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