On November 8, Erik Aratari of Inside The Circle Pit conducted an interview with bassist Ryan Wombacher of the California hardcore/metal outfit BLEEDING THROUGH when the band played in Detroit, Michigan during its farewell tour.
BLEEDING THROUGH plans to hit South America in early 2014 and will conclude its career with a string of West Coast shows.
In a statement to BLABBERMOUTH.NET, BLEEDING THROUGH frontman Brandan Schieppati said about the group's decision to disband: "We have been a band since 1999, and many of us just had life catch up with us in the way of marriages, kids, businesses and other endeavors. We can no longer dedicate what we need to to keep BLEEDING THROUGH going.
"Personally, I feel doing this band in a part-time fashion is not what this band is about and and feel like we have always been an all-or-nothing band. With that being said, and because we have established a worldwide following over the last 14 years, we want to give us and those people one more chance to share in this music together."
BLEEDING THROUGH's latest album, "The Great Fire", was released on January 31, 2012 via Rise Records.
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