"Nothin' But A Nosebleed", the new video from U.K.'s THE ROTTED (formerly GOREROTTED), can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Ash Pears and Richy Lloyd for ASH TV and is described by the group as "a high-octane, three-minute blast through the best parts of old-school death metal, U.K. punk and raging hardcore and recalls the band's bad old days spent sitting up all night, talking shit about all the things we'll never actually do and all the things we'll never actually change; just the insincere mumblings of drugged-up morons. We'd rather hang out with the idiot giving us free drugs than our real friends. Wasted nights, wasted days.""Nothin' But A Nosebleed" comes off THE ROTTED's latest album, "Get Dead Or Die Trying", which was produced by Russ Russell (THE WILDHEARTS, DIMMU BORGIR, THE EXPLOITED, SPACE RITUAL, NAPALM DEATH), with assistance from James Dunkley (BLAZE BAILEY, CRASS, FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM). The CD was released in Europe in June 2008 via Metal Blade Records.
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