BLEED FROM WITHIN dropped their new song and music video “Into Nothing” today. The track comes from their upcoming album, Fracture, which is scheduled for a worldwide release on May 29. Check out the video above.
The band comments: “‘Into Nothing’ is the second single taken from our forthcoming album, ‘Fracture’. We wanted to release something darker this time round. This song looks at those who govern and questions their motives. At such a turbulent time in our society, this track has grown into something more. It acts as a social and political commentary. A call to those who feel abandoned and a reminder to the elite of who really holds power within our communities.”
“Glaswegian metal band Bleed from Within’s combination of crushing guitars with sweeping melodies has made them a favorite on the U.K.’s live metal scene. The band formed in 2005 at their local youth club in Hamilton — just outside of Glasgow, Scotland — where they met up to play Lamb of God covers. Initially the band consisted of Scott Kennedy (vocals), Ali Richardson (drums), Craig Gowans (bass), Dave Lennon (guitar), and Scott McCreadie (guitar). In the next two years, the group graduated from covers and managed to self-record two EPs, 2006’s Eyes of the Forgotten and 2007’s Welcome to the Plague Year. The EPs caught the attention of Rising Records, who signed them in 2008 and released their debut album, Humanity, the year after. Soon after their debut, the line-up underwent some changes, with McCreadie bowing out and Gowans switching from bass to guitar; they hired Dave Provan as their new bassist.” – All Music