Nearly four years after their supposed breakup, 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 May 25th release date, the band has shared a behind-the-scenes, making-of-the-album video focusing on the contributions of keyboardist Marta and detailing her approach to the record, her ever-shifting creative process, the band's hiatus and more. We also get to see her in her element, laying down tracks in the studio. "In the beginning, I think I was just trying to mirror what had been written before and not venture out too crazy," the musician explains, "but as time goes by, you just write what you want."
See Bleeding Through's Marta Record, Discuss Band's First Album in 6 Years
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