Systematic Subversion of Fear & Insecurity
The Bleeder Project From out of the seedy sex clubs, raunchy dive bars, and harsh realities of San Francisco's Tenderloin district, crawls Gabriel Scott's new bastard brain child, The Bleeder Project. Blending social, spiritual and sexual themes with Scott's own unique style of electronic rock. The Bleeder Project is dynamic, evocative and speaks to a broad and diverse audience with a modern sensibility and effectively eliminates the lines between DJ culture and Rock and Roll. 'The Bleeder Project ushers in a caustic wave of electronic rock that ignites the mind and washes truth over the soul.' Eager to promote the release of 'The systematic subversion of fear and insecurity' Co-Produced by Scott and former band mate and collaborator, Mike Smith (Snot, Limp Bizkit, Evolver) The Bleeder Project has already begun touring in support. With live performances that have been described as being like "a protest rally at a rave with BT, Prince, and NIN on the main stage all at once!' Early promotion for the new CD has seen the group in recent TV appearances such as the Bay Area's 'S.F. Sound' having been featured three times in the last year, as well as radio programs like KDVS's radical radio show 'the Fringe'. The Bleeder Project features the music of Gabriel Scott, former front man of the internationally acclaimed metal band 'Burning Orange'. Now after a string of solo releases and experimentation with differing styles, the next natural step for Scott has become The Bleeder Project. A combination of the most successful of all his previous elements and a powerful showcase of the many skills he's acquired as a songwriter while ascending the ladder of indie rock stardom. Although the new album was written, recorded and produced by Gabriel Scott, The Bleeder Project's live show features a full live band including Bassist Rev. R.K. Krah. Born into a musical family Rev. Krah was litteraly born on the road, and his own music career has seen him working on numerous live and studio projects all over the country including the East Coast Goth/Glam/Punk trio 'Toy Oyster'(with Scott). Guitarist William Y, found his only solace from the racial tensions and gang violence of his life in Tokyo, through his work with such cutting edge Japanese bands of recent years as 'Lobless', 'Acid head some rise' and 'Japanese Babies' before relocating to SF. The fourth and most mysterious member know only as X-Face on Drums and Percussion, and rounding out the band, DJ MG running a varied array of electronic gadgetry, lighting FX and backing Vocals. Together they form one incredible the live band and one incredibly entertaining live show. Combining an amazingly energetic and captivating performance with an undeniably infectious sound, the Bleeder Project is an electronic rock experience that is as fun as it is sexy and as intelligent as it is talented. KDVS's 'DJ Cariad' said it best, 'great songs, amazing live, definitely, definitely don't miss this band!' ................ 'The Systematic Subversion of Fear and Insecurity features heavy electro/metal grooves effortlessly combined with unforgetable melodies and insightfull lyrics. It's both thought provoking and dancable. Although quite heavy and very serious at times, there none-the-less remains a playfulness throughout that is reminicent of early Bowie. While the heavy guitars and electronic programming builds from the same framework as bands like Nine Inch Nails. However, this album immediately stands out as a refreshingly original masterwork from one of the new leaders in the DIY music industry' ~ Online CD Review 'Smart, sexy, and powerful... a new breed of electronic rock' ~New rock review 'Effortlessly combines dark dancable grooves and thick guitars with provocative lyrics and lush vocal melodies' ~Indie Press 'The Bleeder Project ushers in a caustic wave of electronic rock that ignites the mind and washes truth over the soul.' ~CD Review.