Nearly four years after breaking up, California metalcore outfit Bleeding Through are set to make a comeback with Love Will Kill All, the follow-up to 2012's The Great Fire, and the band's first full-length effort in six years. Ahead of its release this Friday (May 25th), the band is sharing behind-the-scenes, making-of-the-album videos filmed in the studio — the first focused on keyboardist Marta and her approach to the record; the second, which is premiering right here today, highlights frontman Brandan Schieppati and the guitar tracking. In the clip above, the singer talks about his motivation for re-forming the group, why he's excited about the new LP and what he wanted to do the differently and the same relative to other entries in the Bleeding Through discography. In particular, he opens up about why he dislikes 2006's The Truth the most of all the band's albums and how that feeling influenced the making of Love Will Kill All.
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