|Studio album by|
|Released||1 July 2013|
|Genre||Chillstep, dubstep, future garage|
Tides is the fourth full-length studio album by English electronic musician Phaeleh. It was released in July 2013 by Afterglo Records.
|2.||"Here Comes The Sun" (featuring Soundmouse)||4:08|
|3.||"Storm" (featuring Jess Mills)||5:09|
|5.||"Whistling in the Dark" (featuring Augustus Ghost)||5:35|
|7.||"Never Fade Away"||6:20|
|8.||"Night Lights" (featuring Cian Finn)||4:31|
|9.||"A Different Time"||3:07|
|10.||"So Far Away"||5:59|
|UK Dance Albums (OCC)||34|
Bleeding Through is an American metalcore band from Orange County, California. Formed in 1999, the band blended influences stemming from modern hardcore punk, symphonic black metal, and melodic death metal. Although the band was often labeled as simply metalcore, when Brandan Schieppati was asked if he considered Bleeding Through a hardcore band, he said: "I think we're a hardcore band and I'll never say we are a metal band, we're all hardcore kids and we came from the hardcore scene. Ours is just a different version of hardcore, we're trying to do something which adds a different variety to the hardcore scene, which has been sounding the same way for so long."
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