Bleeding Through Breaking Up?

by | Jan 3, 2013

It appears as though Bleeding Through have plans to disband this year.

According to a recent Facebook post, the band’s upcoming April European tour will be the group’s final run overseas.

“I know that some of you know this already. Many dont…” the band said in their post. “Some people already think we are done.”

No word yet as to whether the band will embark on a North American farewell tour.

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