Breaking Benjamin is heading out on tour this Spring, kicking off April 22, 2022 in New Hampshire, according to a post on Lacey's social media page. They'll be bringing along special guests Seether, Starset and Lacey Sturm.
Music provides opportunities for impossible dreams to become reality. Enter Memphis May Fire frontman Matty Mullins, as his band announced a tour with Breaking Benjamin and Papa Roach.
Breaking Benjamin released the official music video for "Dear Agony" featuring Lacey Sturm on April 15. "As a thank you for all of your support on Far Away, Breaking Benjamin will be dropping the official music video for our collaboration of Dear Agony off of their latest album, Aurora, tomorrow!" Lacey Sturm shared before the [...]
Nothing More taught and empowered me to bleed the anger and bitterness and process through it. They called injustice out for what it was. They screamed for me. They shared my broken spirit. I learned to feel again through them after years of being told not to.
Breaking Benjamin has been one of the most consistent and successful voices in hard rock for the past 20 years. Aurora revisits some of those hits and recasts them in acoustic form while also revisiting some of the friendships that Breaking Benjamin has built along the way.
Lacey Sturm has shared over the past few months about her guest vocal on Breaking Benjamin's upcoming acoustic rendition of "Dear Agony." Now, she's dropping increasingly frequent hints that the collaboration might become something more.
Breaking Benjamin has always been intentional in investing in charitable work, most recently bringing their music directly to those who need it most with the St. Jude Sessions.
Michael Barnes, lead singer for RED, provided guest vocal tracks for the upcoming acoustic album by Breaking Benjamin, according to a post on social media.
Lacey Sturm and Benjamin Burnley (Breaking Benjamin) both shared some exciting news on Instagram yesterday: they're working in the studio together.
Occasionally a tour lineup gets announced that makes you feel a little like you're living in your own MySpace bulletins from 2008. Breaking Benjamin's spring tour lineup was that for me, featuring support from Skillet, Underoath, and Fight the Fury (the newly launched side hustle for Skillet frontman John Cooper). In many ways, the lineup [...]