The bleeder screw is leaking and this is the main issue. There are other potential cause for the overheating, such as bad bleeding, but over filled does not cause overheating. Was the red light turned on on the temp gauge? If yes then it's a serious problem if head is cracked.The bleeder screw was a bit mangled and steam was pouring out.
my question is what would cause this? Presuming I didn't destroy the engine, I would like to repair it, so I will replace the upper radiator hose.
could it have been overfilling or bad bleeding?
Btw, there is no need to tighten the bleeder too hard; stop turning whenever the o-ring is below the hole rim.