Let Me Bleed’s most recent track, “Pain Killer” -which touches down on post-breakup apologies issued, as well as the emotions that follow- presents a striking display of the band’s ability to fuse modern pop and contemporary hard rock into a weighty and impactful work certain to impress any listener. With an anthemic chorus, soaring vocals, daring composition, and heavy riffs, it’s a song that is sure to be appreciated by followers of Bad Omens, Three Days Grace, Bring Me The Horizon, Love and Death, Linkin Park, and I Prevail.
Hailing from Florida, Let Me Bleed is swiftly establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the hardcore community on account of their non-replicable sound and dynamic stage presence. Consisting of five incredibly talented members, Let Me Bleed effortlessly combines and delivers a sound that excites and engages the listener, yet it’s still relatable and pleasing for the masses.
“Pain Killer”, in general, is a wonderful addition to Let Me Bleed’s discography and is a testament to their exceptional ability to create stimulating and emotive hard rock music. The band’s raw talent and persistence in developing their craft is undeniable, and it makes them an unstoppable force to be reckoned with!
The track’s production, mixing and mastering was done by Paul Spirou who did an excellent job. The video for the song was done by Manuel Soto, Rafael Soto, Arthur Lucena of Board Walk Studios Delray Beach, FL. Let us not forget to mention AJ Diafierio, Jenny Kazil, Jacob Maicol, Melanie Garcia, Tyler and Kendra Hoover, Shawn Sanders, Abigale Bailey, Bobby At Aflux Studios for their contributions.
Overall, Let Me Bleed’s “Pain Killer” is a magnificent example of the current state of hard rock music with its excellent lyrics and enthralling beat. It’s a song that definitely deserves your time and attention. This song has allowed Let Me Bleed to prove that they have what it takes to become one of today’s most prominent hard rock bands.