Breaking Benjamin headlines their fall tour with Chevelle and Three Days Grace. Photographed by Gina Monahan (Gemma The Rose).
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 [...]
Breaking Benjamin performs on their Spring 2019 tour. All photos by Mary Nikkel.
Skillet drummer Jen Ledger is currently wrapping up Winter Jam 2019 with her new band, with the megatour overlapping with a few dates on the upcoming Skillet tour with Breaking Benjamin. That tour, which starts this week, led to the previous announcement that former Flyleaf vocalist Lacey Sturm will fill in for Ledger on vocals, [...]
Skillet announced that Lacey Sturm will be joining the band for select dates on their upcoming tour with Breaking Benjamin. In a split screen video conversation with Jen Ledger on the official Lacey Sturm Instagram page, John Cooper says that due to Winter Jam conflicts, Jen Ledger will miss 5 upcoming shows: "We needed to [...]
As one of the strongest years for rock in recent memory draws to a close, here are Rock On Purpose we're reflecting on the best 2018 had to offer.
Breaking Benjamin announced that they will embark on a headlining Spring 2019 tour featuring fellow rockers Skillet, Underoath, and Fight the Fury.
This post contributed to Rock On Purpose by September Grace Redemption is often shown in fiction as a clear-cut story: Point A to Point Fall-from-Grace to Point Happily-Ever-After. In so many stories--musically, cinematically, literarily--we gravitate toward sharp contrast redemptions. We want to see someone at rock bottom be stabilized, someone awful become someone good. If [...]