Sign Of Fire
Release: 5 November 2021
IMMERSING METALLERS UNVEIL NEW VIDEO!
Powerful Brighton metalcorers BLEED AGAIN have just dropped their sophomore album, Resurgence. The impressive riff slingers have now also unleashed their new superb single and video, Sign Of Fire – https://youtu.be/f66lRKTgAkY .
Annihilating your senses from the South Coast of England, BLEED AGAIN were formed at the end of the 2000’s, however it wasn’t until 2015 that the band began to secure extensive acclaim. Triumphant shows with the likes of Soil, Darkest Hour, Devil Sold His Soul, King 810, Death Remains, and Feed The Rhino generated great interest. Widespread touring throughout Europe, alongside a series of respected festival appearances at Amplified and Mammothfest, all added to BLEED AGAIN’s rising trajectory. The heavy hitters progress continued with the release of their debut album, Momentum, which was released worldwide in 2017 by Sliptrick Records. With welcoming praise from Metal Hammer, the band were awarded ‘Band of the Month’ by the much-respected magazine. The metallers were also featured on cover CDs of both Terrorizer Magazine and Metal Hammer. In 2019, BLEED AGAIN’s latest EP, Transition, arrived and it again increased their ever-growing profile with enthusiastic support from the underground, which was backed by prominent streaming numbers. The band’s previous single, Survive, also garnered much praise, as well as strong rotation on Kerrang! Radio.
BLEED AGAIN now embark on a new era complete with a solidified line-up. Loaded with a stunning new album, Resurgence, the rising quintet have put down a colossal marker with this record. The album is overflowing with razor sharp riffery, anthemic refrains and teeming with energetic groove. With a range of ear-bursting singles to follow, backed by intriguing videos and live shows, there is no doubt that BLEED AGAIN will pick up new fans from across the world.
BLEED AGAIN live: November: 5th – Green Rooms – Wales, 6th – The Gryphon – Bristol, 12th – The Railway Inn – Winchester. December: 3rd – The Pig – Hastings, 4th – B2 Venue Norwich, 18th – The Black Prince – Northampton.