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Bleached In Black / Press

"Bleached Volume One brings back elements that I thought died with the 90's. I would highly recommend this release to anyone with anger in their heart, or just a craving for somthing new. "

max thomas - nevada music review

"Bleached frontman Jesse McCoy has a unique vocal presence that blends melody and violence, when that isnt enough to get the point across, bassist Bastard Gabe steps up the game with a scream that reminds me of a wild animal ripping the heart out of its prey."

Max Thomas - Nevada Music Review

"Bleached is a three piece alternative punk outfit with split personality disorder. I recieved a copy of thier new self-produced album "Volume One" and i can say it has earned a permanent home in my I-pod. "

Max Thomas - Nevada Music Review

“This powerful three piece stormed in with a scream, as McCoy and The Bastard violently beat their guitars to a pulp....this was only the intro. As the band's set progressed i soon found my self singing along to songs i had never heard..."”

Corey Phillips - Colorado Indie Blog

"...this band puts out a whole lot of energy and attitude. And McCoy's bold sneer is the perfect topper for a band that actually has something to say."

JM POMPIA - Beyond The Fold (Pueblo Chieftan)

"There are lines drawn in the sand here, separating the long-standing projects, bands, and self-proclaimed icons from the young blood of the scene, the new madness that is just beginning to ensue. The new Bleached album, End of an Era ominously welcomes the new order of things."

Peter John McLean - P.U.L.P

"While punk music isn't often associated with melody, Bleached has a plethora of songs that flow in that vein, all capably sung with McCoy's tailor-made punk sneer."

JM POMPIA - Beyond The Fold (Pueblo Chieftan)