Bleed the Dream

Foreign Hands - Bleed the Dream
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Based on 24 ratings
Liked by 7 people
February 18, 2022 / Release Date
EP / Format
Daze / Label
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Distorted Sound

Bleed the Dream is not an original record, but you can’t fault a single second of its execution.


This band is bringing back an old 2000s metalcore sound that mostly works to sound different from a lot of popular metalcore and I think they could eventually release another project that could be one of my favorites of the genre one day


This is an incredible modern throwback nostalgia metalcore album. Every element is executed with such finesse. The breakdowns are tasteful. The riffs are perfect for this style. The production has a modern touch with an old-school influence, just as the rest of the project does. The clean singing is quite polished for this style, which can often be annoying and decent at best.
Separation Souvenir is one of the most flawlessly executed songs in this style that I have ever heard. The intro is ... read more


Anemoia - 70
Separation Souvenir - 75
A Cardiac Winter - 65
Hesitation Marks - 55
Bleed the Dream - 80

Well the vocalist was the main problem for me. His screams are just not that good. They feel so forced and loud for no reason and he really just doesn't add anything positive to the listen. Nothing else was even really impressive either. The guitars, the drums are just there but not necessarily impressive by any means. The title track itself is the kind of sound they should try to go for. ... read more

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Track List

  1. Anemoia
  2. Separation Souvenir
  3. A Cardiac Winter
  4. Hesitation Marks
  5. Bleed the Dream

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Added on: February 21, 2022