Schecter Guitars has uploaded the first two in a series of video lessons (see below) featuring guitarist Dave Nassie of Orange County, California's BLEEDING THROUGH. He says, "I am very excited to work with such an amazing company." He adds, "If you are interested in lessons and live in the L.A. or Orange County surrounding areas, please hit me up at [email protected] My web site is almost done and soon I will be giving web lessons as well."
BLEEDING THROUGH's new self-titled album, sold around 3,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 143 on The Billboard 200 chart.
BLEEDING THROUGH's last album, "Declaration" (2008), opened with 6,000 units to land at No. 101.
Released on April 13 via the Portland, Oregon-based independent record label Rise Records, "Bleeding Through" was recorded at Planet Z Studios in Hadley, Massachusetts with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris, who has previously worked with MUNICIPAL WASTE, AGNOSTIC FRONT and HATEBREED, among others.
BLEEDING THROUGH vocalist Brandan Schieppati recently offered a track-by-track breakdown of the band's new CD to the readers of Alternative Press. Check it out at this location.
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