Though Bleeding Corp. have covered ground in the Harsh EBM and Aggrotech fields they find themselves having a progressive movement. Rather then sticking to the same old story, the four man band based out of Cuenca, Ecuador has a newfound focus on industrial metal. The sound emerged back in 2014 with their album Infected Sounds but had not yet been perfected. However, as you are about to both see and hear, Bleeding Corp.'s tactics and style have changed ever so slightly but ever so for the better. It is with honor that we present to you Bleeding Corp.'s latest music video 'Noise Generation' in this exclusive premiere! You can stream it directly below: 


Speaking with Jose Strx, frontman of the group, he had this to say about 'Noise Generation':

The song is about the musical evolution of BxC, the new sounds that we include in our new album Ex Machina as well as the sound we are looking to establish in the industrial scene. It's how we show it to a new audience, and people whom already listened our last releases. The song basically  is  about people who like and enjoy noise in different ways and to make a revolution in the point of view about music.

'
Noise Generation' appears on Bleeding Corp.'s latest album Ex Machina which can be ordered HERE in 2CD format. Digital formats wills soon follow. 

Bleeding Corp. was formed in 2011 and currently has one demo Out of Control, a 2012 EP titled Capitol Drunk, as well as a 2014 album titled Infected Sounds. Ex Machina is their latest release under Advoxya. The band has also shared the stage with projects such as Combichrist, Hocico, Reaxion Guerrilla, Bereshit, Disorder Faith and more. They have also appeared on international compilations, including our very own free monthly compilation for June 2017. 

For more on Bleeding Corp. follow them on Bandcamp and Facebook.
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Jam Out To Bleeding Corp. With Their New Music Video 'Noise Generation'
September 30, 2017
Brutal Resonance

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Jam Out To Bleeding Corp. With Their New Music Video 'Noise Generation'

Though Bleeding Corp. have covered ground in the Harsh EBM and Aggrotech fields they find themselves having a progressive movement. Rather then sticking to the same old story, the four man band based out of Cuenca, Ecuador has a newfound focus on industrial metal. The sound emerged back in 2014 with their album Infected Sounds but had not yet been perfected. However, as you are about to both see and hear, Bleeding Corp.'s tactics and style have changed ever so slightly but ever so for the better. It is with honor that we present to you Bleeding Corp.'s latest music video 'Noise Generation' in this exclusive premiere! You can stream it directly below: 


Speaking with Jose Strx, frontman of the group, he had this to say about 'Noise Generation':

The song is about the musical evolution of BxC, the new sounds that we include in our new album Ex Machina as well as the sound we are looking to establish in the industrial scene. It's how we show it to a new audience, and people whom already listened our last releases. The song basically  is  about people who like and enjoy noise in different ways and to make a revolution in the point of view about music.

'
Noise Generation' appears on Bleeding Corp.'s latest album Ex Machina which can be ordered HERE in 2CD format. Digital formats wills soon follow. 

Bleeding Corp. was formed in 2011 and currently has one demo Out of Control, a 2012 EP titled Capitol Drunk, as well as a 2014 album titled Infected Sounds. Ex Machina is their latest release under Advoxya. The band has also shared the stage with projects such as Combichrist, Hocico, Reaxion Guerrilla, Bereshit, Disorder Faith and more. They have also appeared on international compilations, including our very own free monthly compilation for June 2017. 

For more on Bleeding Corp. follow them on Bandcamp and Facebook.
Sep 30 2017

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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