Bleeding Through Frontman Says Metal Has Short Shelf-Life

(Rock News Desk) Bleeding Through frontman Brandan Schieppati can't see another metal band ever making it big, and warns that playing such music "not a career move".

He says: "I think people are too busy celebrating the short term, rather than the long term, and that's disconcerting. I hear about bands dropping out of high school because someone told them they had to tour full time to become rich.

"Metal and punk has a short shelf-life no one is buying records anymore. So you're going to throw away your education away so someone else can make money off of you? It's just wrong." (Noiscreep) More rock news

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