BLEEDING THROUGH: 'Line In The Sand' Video to Debut On MUSIC CHOICE

BLEEDING THROUGH's new video, "Line in the Sand", will make its exclusive debut on Music Choice On Demand next month! The cable channel, which specializes in video-on-demand service and is available in over 20 million homes, will exclusively broadcast the video April 16 through April 22.

"Line in the Sand" is the third video from BLEEDING THROUGH's latest album, "The Truth". The album was called one of the year's "most important" heavy metal releases by Billboard and garnered the band the covers of Outburn and Metal Edge. The video was directed by Dan Dobi (CANNIBAL CORPSE, PARAMORE).

"We love the other videos from this album but they were more story-driven," points out singer Brandan Schieppati. "This song is dark, moody and very emotional, it's the ballad on the album, and we wanted a more performance-based clip to capture that vibe. Dan did an incredible job!"

The relationship between Music Choice and Orange County's BLEEDING THROUGH is filled with mutual admiration and dates back to the band's 2003 breakthrough album, "This is Love, This is Murderous".

"BLEEDING THROUGH has a huge fanbase on Music Choice. We feature both their audio tracks on our metal channel and their music videos on our video-on-demand service," says programming manager Gary Susalis. "Our support of the band is second to none. Music Choice is excited to offer our millions of viewers the exclusive video premiere of 'Line in the Sand', reconfirming our commitment to offering the latest and greatest music first at Music Choice."


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