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The Bleeders

2006 was a huge year for The Bleeders. Their debut album, the anthemic power house that is Sweet As Sin, reached 2 in the charts, garnered them Best Breakthought Artist and Best Rock Album at the 2006 New Zealand Music Awards and went on to sell Gold. The band toured like maniacs in NZ and headed across the Tasman no less than five times at the invitation of everyone from Avenged Sevenfold and AFI to Aussie acts Gyroscope and Behind Crimson Eyes. The self-titled follow up to Sweet As Sin rejects any notion of resting on laurels. Produced by Clint Murphy and The Bleeders at Auckland’s Yor ...read more

2006 was a huge year for The Bleeders. Their debut album, the anthemic power house that is Sweet As Sin, reached 2 in the charts, garnered them Best Breakthought Artist and Best Rock Album at the 2006 New Zealand Music Awards and went on to sell Gold. The band toured like maniacs in NZ and headed across the Tasman no less than five times at the invitation of everyone from Avenged Sevenfold and AFI to Aussie acts Gyroscope and Behind Crimson Eyes. The self-titled follow up to Sweet As Sin rejects any notion of resting on laurels. Produced by Clint Murphy and The Bleeders at Auckland’s York Street Studios and mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York, Bleeders is a return to the brutal vitality that first brought them to people’s attention. “This time we want to make your ears bleed” says frontman Angelo Munro, describing the album as a “fresh start”. In a sea of imitators and “watered down sh*t” The Bleeders believe it is time for an onslaught of true, raw aggresion to shake down the complacent masses and the post-emo cynicism consuming current musical trends. Single She Screamed She Loved Me takes Bleeders signature gut-busting guitar and ups the riffage to uncontrollable levels. Having mastered the art of melody and pure power, tempered by a darkness that their longest-serving fans will have missed, the musicianship and vocal muscle on this record surpasses anything the band have done before and will serve as a high water mark for any pups intending to challenge for the title. « hide


Bleeders
2007

3.3
3 Votes
As Sweet As Sin
2006

3.8
5 Votes

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