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Belarus dark metallic hardcore band BLEEDING MALICE release new video for “The Last Prayer”

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Combining elements of dark hardcore, deathcore, and metalcore, Minsk, Belarus based BLEEDING MALICE spreads its tendrils in every direction, delivering a multi-faceted debut, pushing its inspirations and extreme music qualities as far as they can go. Touching on social issues, philosophy and religion, psycho-emotional experiences, the band’s new single invites you to into exciting new soundscapes worth a solid check if you’re fan of powerful, progressive extreme metal deliveries.

Formed at the beginning of 2020 by Olga Kann and Alex Rabets, BLEEDING MALICE released their first single β€œThe Last Prayer” on September, 18, 2020. A full-length album is being prepared for release, which will include 9 compositions united by a common concept.

Bleeding Malice


In a moment before the fall
I realize – for me there’s no forgiveness
Ascending arms into the sky
I’m asking my last question
An awkward silence, the answer is known

My destiny is found on the edge
Just one step forward into eternity
A primal fear, an acute pain are lurking in the dark
My memory betrayed me. My mind is the enemy
Like billon souls before me
So ancient as a time itself

Crying! Calling!

Accept me in a sweet embrace of peace
A poor lost soul
A lamb of god

No fear but rage
Penance and denial
Prayer to the emptiness
I am lost

Abyss stairs into the abyss
Ashes became the ashes

Split to stardust in millions pieces
With no trace, without a reason

One million thoughts flashed in my mind
I am nothing
I am everything
He is
An absolute
You are
Forever free

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