Its four songs were pressed on one-sided 12" vinyl, released in by Ambit Records. It was a small DIY release, without much marketing attempt. Production was limited to only copies, of which were on translucent blood-red vinyl. The other remaining were pressed on black vinyl, and placed into black or white sleeves. The album art was sprayed on and the numbers handwritten. It was recorded before current singer James Munoz joined the band. Before the bled's reputation grew, the guy unknown that funded this pressing project didn't make much attempt to sell them. Some of the earlier copies that were sold or given out had no art work on them at all. Later, as the band's success grew, the guy still a mystery that had them decided to spray paint the sleeves, hand number them, and started putting them out there to sell at places such as interpunk.
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The best album credited to The Bled is Pass The Flask which is ranked number 10, in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of The Bled is ranked number 5, in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of This may not be a complete discography for The Bled. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site.
The Bled was an American post-hardcore band from Tucson , Arizona formed in The Bled formed in under the name "The Radiation Defiance Theory" but changed the name because they felt it was too lengthy. Their music style was largely influenced by hardcore punk bands such as Refused , metalcore bands such as Cave In , and the mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan. The Bled quickly began to build a name for themselves in Tucson, Arizona , and started to play sold out shows. After achieving local success, The Bled caught the attention of Fiddler Records and later got signed. Pass the Flask was released in July and the band toured doghounds relentlessly in support of it.
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