Lacey Sturm is well known for her screams, and perhaps equally well known for the way her and Josh Sturm carefully craft and deliver everything they do. So it should come as no surprise that the lyric video for her latest single, "The Decree," is a visually brilliant work of art.
"The Decree" is a no holds barred rocker from the start, with thick and heavy guitars before a classic Lacey scream launches the song into a hooky verse then rocks out the chorus. Guitarist Joshua Sturm throws down an on point guitar solo to cap off a high energy song.
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 [...]
Lacey Sturm's first single from her highly anticipated sophomore solo album is heading to the final mastering stage this weekend and will be released soon to digital outlets.
I glimpsed in them this incredible new reality I'd never even fathomed before, a world where a woman's empathy and strength were inextricably connected, a world where your soul wasn't required to shrink itself into silence.
Lacey Sturm has a passionate fan base, so when she teases new projects, there's a lot of energy that is created. As previously reported, Lacey is expected to put out new music in 2020. This week she posted that recording work has officially begun with drum tracks.
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.
At the end of one decade and the beginning of the next, the Rock On Purpose staff took some time to reflect on the albums that shaped the musical (and personal) landscape for them over the past 10 years.
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.
Meeting Josh and Lacey Sturm and seeing a live performance after all these years of listening to and following the music and ministry was such an incredible experience. I would encourage anyone who hasn't to get out to a live show-- it is a spiritually and emotionally awakening experience.