19 Sep GRIMAZE Releases Official Music Video for “Bleeding Earth”
Bulgarian based Groove/Death Metal Band GRIMAZE has released the official music video for their single, “Bleeding Earth.” Originally premiered on HM Magazine, “Bleeding Earth” is off of their 2018 released, debut LP, Planet Grimaze.
“The music video follows an intense story closely related to the environmentalist, lyrical themes of the song” – GRIMAZE
“It always feels good to get back to metal. Grimaze’s latest music video for ‘Bleeding Earth’ pulls in everything you love about metal and slugs you with it like quicksand dragging you under.” DAVID STAGG – HM Magazine
Track List: 1. Endless Life Force 2. Inner Engineering 3. Survival of the Fittest 4. Scars 5. Disobey the Primitive 6. Face of the North 7. 8000 Meters 8. Bleeding Earth 9. My Vow
MESSAGE OF THE NORTH TOUR 2019 W/ VADER: 09/18 @ Sticky Fingers – Göteborg, Sweden 09/19 @ Røverstaden – Oslo, Norway 09/20 @ Plan B – Malmo, Sweden 09/21 @ Club From Hell – Erfurt, Germany 09/22 @ Muggefug – Cottbus, Germany
GRIMAZE is a metal band, expressing intense inner states through music. The band was formed in 2013 and line up includes Melina Krumova (guitar), Nedislav Miladinov (drums), Georgi Ivanov (vocals), and Philip Kolarov (bass).
Since its formation the band has had over 300 concerts in Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, Austria, Germany, Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey, etc.
In 2016 GRIMAZE published an EP, titled Dreammares, containing 6 songs. Their first album, Planet Grimaze, was released in 2018.
They’ve played on various festivals including RockStadt Extreme Fest, Balkan Metal Meeting, Serbian Metal Meeting, and Metal Madness. The band has toured with Decapitated, Hatesphere, Thy Disease, and Dehydrated on the Anticult Balkan Tour 2018 as well as Pestilence and Bleeding Gods on the Redvuced to Ashed Tovr 2019.
GRIMAZE also started an initiative in their home country encouraging fans to clean waste from nature in the mornings after concert nights. The initiative gathered thousands of followers and contributed to the removal of over 800,000 litres of garbage from the environment.