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Shortly after, Breaking Benjamin went into a long hiatus that had fans wondering if they would ever return. Then, all of a sudden in 2014, news stirred Breaking Benjamin would be back. After some legal issues addressed with former bandmates Aaron Fink, Mark Klepaski, and Chad Szeliga, Burnley reformed his band with Aaron Bruch of Forever Oeuvre on bass, former Adelitas Way guitarist Keith Wallen, former Red guitarist Jasen Rauch, and Shaun Foist of Picture Me Broken on drums. Dark Before Dawn, Breaking Benjamin’s fifth studio album produced by Burnley and released via Hollywood Records, features twelve tracks of a thought-provoking mixture of darkness and light. Beginning in tranquil fashion with the instrumental piece Dark, the track features a voice-over intro as guitars quietly begin, gaining their voice as the guys harmonize before tapering off to nothing.
Breaking Benjamin Tribute. When I am in my Dark Before Dawn, Believing my falsehood that I am a Failure Listening as Angels Fall, Breaking the Silence; The sound is Hollow yet it brings me Close to Heaven. Bury Me Alive is no longer my mantra; Never Again shall The Great Divide form like this. I taste the Ashes of Eden clinging to my lips, I remember that I am not forever Defeated. Yet I am living in Dear Agony, Feeling like I'm going to slowly Fade Away. I realize that I Will not Bow to these demons, I will Crawl as long as you Give Me a Sign
Breaking Benjamin have tasted the Cage Match Hall of Fame in the past and are currently charting with their rock ballad, "Ashes of Eden. The track is the fourth song to be released from their chart-topping comeback album, Dark Before Dawn. But does it have what it takes to knock off the four-time Cage Match champ? Let's take a listen to both Ghost's "From the Pinnacle to the Pit" and Breaking Benjamin's "Ashes of Eden" in the players provided. Then let us know which song you prefer by voting in the poll below
Breaking The Silence. I am just happy to have an official Breaking Benjamin vinyl press. Hopefully there will be similar releases to this of older albums. Overall it is a good solid album as typically most BB albums are. Three commercial releases on this album make it seem more inviting. Reply Notify me Helpful. I find it interesting how only the liner notes of this version make mention of a song called "Torn in Two", a song that never made the final album!
Performer: Benjamin Jenkins
Title: Breaking the Cage
Size MP3: 1645 mb
Size FLAC: 1340 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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