Breaking Benjamin are teasing fans with yet another single from their upcoming album, Ember. Today, the band released their new single, "Feed The Wolf"- and you don't want to miss it.
In our opinion, "Feed The Wolf" is a perfect follow up to the band's first single, "Red Cold River." Crank up the volume and "Feed The Wolf" will instantly feel like a classic Breaking Benjamin ballad. The song has the big hooks and melodic chorus you would expect from Dear Agony. While "Red Cold River" takes the opportunity to highlight the strengths of its newest members; 'Feed The Wolf," is a clear demonstration the band knows how to reinvent their classic sound.
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By: Chris Coutsoukis
After their recent return to the radio winners' club with "Cut The Cord," long-time rock veterans in Shinedown are back on the road bringing along Breaking Benjamin. After some time away from the limelight both acts are sporting new music, Breaking Benjamin will be playing tunes from their Billboard #1 Dark Before Dawn while Shinedown is sure to flex some upcoming ballads from their highly anticipated Threat To Survival which hits stores September 18th. Shindown frontman Brent Smith comments, " refers to that primal instinct in all of us that determines how we respond to crisis and conflict – the idea of ‘fight or flight’ and the choices we make in any given situation. This album represents those deciding moments for us as a band. It’s a collection of scenarios that made us who we are, and is, by far, the most autobiographical album we’ve created to date.” Dates for the tour can be found below.
Fall Co-Headliner Dates:
Oct. 16 - Wichita, KS - Intrust Arena
Oct. 18 - Lubbock, TX - Lonestar Amphitheater
Oct. 20 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center
Oct. 21 - Phoenix, AZ - KUPD Festival @ Mesa Amphitheater
Oct. 22 - Las Vegas, NV - The Joint
Oct. 24 - Sacramento, CA - Monster Energy Aftershock 2015
Oct. 26 - Everett, WA - Xfinity Center
Oct. 27 - Kennewick, WA - Toyota Center
Oct. 29 - Bozeman, MT - Brick Breedan Fieldhouse
Oct. 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - Maverick Center
Oct. 31 - Broomfield, CO - 1st Bank Events Center
Nov. 02 - Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center
Nov. 04 - Cedar Rapids, IA - US Cellular Center
Nov. 06 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Civic Center
Nov. 07 - Youngstown, OH - Covelli Center
Nov. 08 - Salem, VA - Salem Center
Nov. 10 - Knoxville, TN - Knoxville Coliseum
Nov. 11 - Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Center
Nov. 13 - Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
Nov. 14 - Little Rock, AR - Verizon Center
Nov. 15 - Cape Girardeau, MO - Show Me Center
Nov. 17 - Fayetteville, NC - Crown Center Coliseum
Nov. 19 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena
Nov. 20 - St. College, PA - Bryce Jordan Center
Nov. 21 - Huntington, WV - Big Sandy Arena
Nov. 23 - Albany, NY - Time Union Center
Nov. 24 - Portland, ME - Cross Insurance Arena
By: Chris Coutsoukis
In just a short 24 hours not only have the nu-metal legends in Disturbed returned to the scene after a four year hiatus, but they have released a brand new music video for their single "The Vengeful One" along with album details for their upcoming sixth studio album, Immortalized. This is the band's latest studio work since 2010's Asylum and is slated for an August 21st release.
It seems the hard rock industry is firing on all fronts as two "New Wave of American Metal" giants Breaking Benjamin and Disturbed have risen from the ashes. Frontman David Draiman comments, “The idea was to leave when we were at our peak, which we were, and to come back when we felt reinvigorated.” According to Loudwire, the band had been writing since the end of 2014 and kept the studio work top secret to the industry. Drayman continues, "For this album, everything was written in the same room,” says Draiman. “It was wonderful experiencing how it used to be back in the day for us. That became apparent in the material, whether it was the passion of the performance, the power being harnessed, or the feelings evoked. We could feel the difference.”