"The Complete Sessions" by Bleed the Dream on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

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All of you guys in the band, Dave especially have made an influence on my life and im sure of many others that hear your music. Scott is out there somewhere thanking you guys for putting this last one out.
I did not ever get to hear you guys live regretably, but i have heard all the live songs and you guys are def in my top 5 fav bands of all time. This album is a greatest hits, and it is great. Purchase this and keep the memory of Scott alive always.
take it easy
a BTD fan
Tanner Johnston

Love BTD


I love bleed the dream! Saw them years ago at warped tour, thought they were amazing! had the pleasure of meeting the band. Didnt know they were playing in the area, they invited me to hang. The nicest and most talented group of people I've ever had the pleasure to befriend. All the best of luck to you, my friends <3

About Bleed the Dream

Formed in 2003, Bleed the Dream boasts a passionate screamo-rock hybrid sound. The band got together in Los Angeles, originally comprised of L.A. natives Dave Aguilera (guitar/keys) and Scott Gottlieb (drums) alongside Baltimore natives Brandon Thomas (vocals) and Keith Thompson (bass/vocals). Adhering to a D.I.Y. ethic and boasting collective influences from Bad Brains to Faith No More to Radiohead to Glassjaw, Bleed the Dream took to their van and steadily worked on building their name through their live show. Hard work and great networking snagged them spots on the 2003, 2004, and 2005 runs of the Warped Tour. The rock-oriented EP Awake was issued on Noize Pollution in 2003 and the band created its own label, Maphia Records, the next year. Through that label, Bleed the Dream issued the acoustic EP Asleep. (Asleep was later reissued with two previously unreleased tracks in July 2006, coupled with the documentary DVD No Apologies.) After successful Warped Tour stints and a buzz building around their EPs, the band signed with Warped mastermind Kevin Lyman's new label, Warcon Enterprises. While on the road with Matchbook Romance in spring 2004, however, Gottlieb became sick and was rushed to an area hospital, where he was diagnosed with leukemia. As he went through treatment, the other bandmembers continued on with a temporary drummer -- much of their tour proceeds went to medical bills, as Gottlieb had no health insurance -- including a spot on 2005's Taste of Chaos alongside the Used and My Chemical Romance. The group also continued work on its debut full-length, on which Gottlieb amazingly managed to play drums. Sadly, though, while waiting for a bone marrow transplant, he succumbed to the disease on April 10, 2005. The album, Built by Blood, appeared in stores the next month. With new drummer Tom Breyfogle on board, Bleed the Dream spent early 2006 on dates nationwide and overseas with bands like Hawthorne Heights, Story of the Year, and Funeral for a Friend. Citing creative differences, vocalist Thomas exited the group that May and was replaced by Mark Holmes before the summer's end. ~ Corey Apar

    Los Angeles, CA

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