Orange County’s Bleeding Though have posted another track off their forthcoming album ‘Declaration‘ which is due out on September 27th via Shock Records here in Australia.
‘Declaration‘ was produced by the metal guru himself Devin Townsend (Darkest Hour, Misery Signals, Strapping Young Lad) and features Australia’s very own Jona Weinhofen on guitar (ex- I Killed The Prom Queen).
As previously reported, the band had a well publicised fallout with current record label Trustkill over the re-release of their last album "The Truth", which was originally released in 2006, stating that "Bleeding Through is 100% against this so-called ‘special’ edition. We did not approve the title, cover artwork (whatever it is), track-listing or bonus features for this transparent and obvious cash-grab of a re-release from a record label that despite selling a quarter of a million of our albums worldwide is having problems. "
The band also went on to air some dirty laundry about money involved, "In five years we have never gotten a royalty statement on-time, let alone paid on time. Right now he has owed us royalties since March 31st, coincidentally the same day this album began and when 50% of the budget was due!"
However, Bleeding Through did reconcile with Trustkill in August, saying "We felt that you deserved to know what was happening then and similarly, we feel that we owe you an explanation as to what is happening right now. Since the time we posted that blog with MTV2’s Headbangers Blog, Trustkill Records delivered the funds necessary to complete the album and to compensate everyone who had loaned us cash. Therefore, since that time, we have moved forward with the label in a spirit of cooperation to ensure that Declaration gets the best release possible to you guys."
Head to the bands Myspace page to listen to "Death Anxiety" now.
You can also pre-order ‘Declaration‘ right here on Killyourstereo for your chance to win $500 worth of CD’s (featuring releases from Trustkill, Vagrant, Fat Wreck Chords, Visible Noise, Eyeball and much more! ).