The Bled set to release “Silent Treatment”

Official Press Release:

Arizona-based post-hardcore band, THE BLED, announce a September 24th release date for Silent Treatment. The five-piece band are currently taking road on the “Projekt Revolution” tour and several UK tours are planned for later this year.

Formed in 2001, The Bled soon set the standard for their genre with the release of Pass the Flask in 2003. Their breakout disc, 2005’s Found In The Flood, cemented the band’s reputation and critics proclaimed them to be musically and lyrically ahead of their peers. SPIN called The Bled “The next big thing”, while METAL EDGE said, “With The Bled, you get uncompromising brilliance and hostility in equal measure” and ALTERNATIVE PRESS included Silent Treatment as one of the “Most anticipated in 2007.”

Silent Treatment is the band’s third full-length album and was recorded earlier this year with producer Brian McTernan who has worked with Thrice, From Autumn to Ashs, Hidden Plain

View and Senses Fail. The resulting 11-song set is an explosive document of The Bled’s trademark ability to join unexpected melodies and precision playing with the heaviest of rhythms. The first single “Shadetree Mechanics,” is currently streamed on the bands Myspace page.

Check out the new single “Shadetree Mechanics” HERE.

For more info go to the bands Myspace Page.

3 Responses to “The Bled set to release “Silent Treatment””

  1. Deimos_Anomally

    signs are good for this album, looking forward to it…certainly has to be better than their last effort, was bloody horrible

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