Bleeding Through Bleeding Through

November 1, 2010

BleedingThrough_nrThanks in no small part to the tasteful contributions of keyboardist Marta, Bleeding Through’s latest album maintains a feverish level of symphonic metal grandeur, yet never spills over into self-parody. Bellowing vocals and raging guitar work lay the foundation in “Anti-Hero,” for example, while Marta’s Chopin-esque piano adds a welcome touch of ice to that musical fire. By contrast, “Divide the Armies” shows Marta’s heavy synth work amping up the track’s palpable burn-down-the-world fury. (Rise Records,

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