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Australian act A Breach of Silence released a new music video for the track "Vultures (Is There Anybody Out There)." The song appears on the latest album "The Darkest Road," which is available via Eclipse Records.
“Vultures is a song about the struggles in life, and fighting through them”, states lead vocalist Rhys Flannery. “Whenever you feel like you are alone, regardless of how great the pressure, there’s always someone out there that’s willing to help. As hard as it may be, you’ve just got to search for them… there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel.” Guitarist Mat Cosgrove continues, “We talked about one of us having a real bad day, and someone worse off had helped us out of this situation and it really put things into perspective… So we came up with the story line of a homeless person who could easily take the wallet out of necessity to survive, instead goes out of his way to find the owner, and then saves his life.”
The band enlisted Col Cadell to direct, who had also done their previous music video for the title track, The Darkest Road. “Something I wanted to do with Vultures, was take the band in a much darker direction artistically, using color palette’s that evoke a cold intimacy while still painting a realistic world. Our shoot location was Fortitude Valley located in Brisbane, Australia. We used low shot angles, with the sky as a background to evoke a feeling of openness, and used high angle shots at the end when the homeless man rescues the businessman” states Col. More...
A Breach Of Silence just released a new documentary video filmed during the recording sessions for latest album "The Darkest Road," which was produced by Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (Bring Me the Horizon, Arch Enemy, In Flames, Opeth).
The documentary features candid interviews with members of the band about recording with the infamous production team, as well as thoughts about the new album. Check it out below.
Australian outfit A Breach Of Silence is pleased to announce the band will be joining Drowning Pool as support on the Unlucky 13th Anniversary Sinner tour.
The tour will kick off on October 22nd in New Orleans, and is scheduled to wrap up November 26th in Joplin, MO. Other support acts are Like a Storm and Red Tide Rising. See below for tour dates.
“Drowning Pool has always been one of my favorite bands, and the 'Sinner' album was a big influence for me,” states A Breach Of Silence guitarist Mat Cosgrove. “We’re really honored that they’ve allowed us to be a support act, and we can’t wait to come to the states and tear it up alongside them each & every night!”
A Breach Of Silence also just premiered a new track entitled "T.P.N.E." from upcoming sophomore album "The Darkest Road," which will be released on October 7th through Eclipse Records. Give it a listen (thanks to Pure Grain Audio) here: More...
Australian powercore-metal pioneers, A Breach of Silence have revealed the cover art and track listing for the upcoming sophomore album "The Darkest Road." The album is set for an October 7th release date via Eclipse Records. The cover art (shown below) was designed by Gabriel Serbanescu, who also designed art for the band’s 2013 debut album "Dead or Alive."
The album was produced by legendary Swedish producers Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (Bring Me the Horizon, Arch Enemy, In Flames) flying them down under to record at Acolyte Studios in Brisbane, Australia. The masters were later mixed at Studio Fredman in Sweden.
Additionally, a mix of four song snippets from the album has been posted online and can be heard in the player below.
The track listing for "The Darkest Road" is as follows:
2. The Darkest Road
5. Hang ‘em High
6. In Reality We Trust
7. Lost at Sea
8. This is the End
11. A Place I Know
12. Dead and Destroyed
13. Krazy B!tch
14. Time Still Remains More...
A Breach Of Silence has released a new video clip for the song "Blind," which is taken from the band's 2013 debut album "Dead or Alive."
The video consists of live footage and still photos taken while A Breach Of Silence was on recent Australian tours with Adept and Born of Osiris. Check out the clip below.
A Breach Of Silence is currently wrapping up final mixes and mastering for a sophomore album titled "The Darkest Road."
The band recorded this new release at Acolyte Studios in Brisbane, Australia and once again brought veteran Swedish producers Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (Bring Me the Horizon, Architects, Opeth) to sit at the helm. The album is currently being mastered at Studio Fredman in Sweden and will be released sometime this Fall. More...
The members of the Australian metalcore band A Breach Of Silence recently talked to Ignacio Orellana at ArmyOfOneTV. On this video you can see Blair Layt and Mat "Cossie" Cosgrove discussing their newest video and album among the other things. Watch the interview below.
A Breach of Silence has effectively created its own type of sound, which fans have dubbed "power core". The five piece recorded its debut album with world-renowned producers Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (In Flames, Bring me the Horizon, At the Gates, I Killed the Prom Queen).
The debut album "Dead or Alive" is an album that challenges many metal genres and brings something new and exciting to the world. "The album never gets old," explains guitarist Mat Cosgrove, "each time you listen to it you pick up on something different." The biggest difference though is saved for songs like "There Will Be Blood" and "Dawn to Rise" where high-pitched falsettos are heard that even Rob Halford would be proud of.
"People are initially totally dumb-founded when they see us live for the first time," Bass player and vocalist Blair Layt describes. "The faces on everyone are priceless, which might I add is a look of 'HOLY F$*K did you just hear that?!' with massive smiles."
A Breach of Silence has released a new music video for the band’s latest single "Night Rider," which can be seen below via Bloody-Disgusting.com.
The music video puts the viewer “in the boots” of the green-faced undead lead character, and into the action of western-style shootouts, fist fights, and a dramatic showdown. Join our heroic vigilante Night Rider as he shows a group of outlaws terrorizing a peaceful town who’s boss.
"Night Rider" pays homage to two of the band’s favorite pastimes - 1960’s classic westerns and first person shooter video games. It was directed by Steven Caldwell of Caldwell Entertainment.
"For the Night Rider video, we wanted to do a really cool story line about a character we created called Night Rider” states guitarist Mat Cosgrove. "He’s an undead cowboy whose mission is to take anyone bad or evil back to the deep dark fiery pit where he came from. We as a band use this character as a medium to tell our stories, experiences, and learning’s of life. The true meaning of the song is that, you can make mistakes, and fail at things, but it’s the mistakes and failings that make you who you are. The Night Rider is a vigilante of sorts, he is initially arrested by the law, but when some local bad guys shoot up the town and gun down the sheriff and his deputies, he’s released from prison to carry out justice and uphold the law." More...
A Breach Of Silence has released a making-of video clip for the soon to be released "Night Rider" music video. Check it out below.
The music video pays homage to the 1966 classic western "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," and the popular western-themed videogame "Red Dead Redemption" – two of the band’s favorite pastimes. It was directed by Steven Caldwell of Caldwell Entertainment, features gun slinging bandits, a cast of more than sixty actors, and an undead outlaw known as The Night Rider.
“For the Night Rider video, we wanted to do a really cool story line about a character we created called The Night Rider” states guitarist Mat Cosgrove. “He’s an undead cowboy whose mission is to take anyone bad or evil back to the deep dark fiery pit where he came from. We as a band use this character as a medium to tell our stories, experiences, and learning’s of life. The true meaning of the song is that, you can make mistakes, and fail at things, but it’s the mistakes and failings that make you who you are. The Night Rider is a vigilante of sorts, he is initially arrested by the law, but when some local bad guys shoot up the town and gun down the sheriff and his deputies, he’s released from prison to take care of them and uphold the law.”
“Every so often as a filmmaker you get an opportunity to work with an amazing team and create something really special” says director Steven Caldwell. “… and I knew this was one of those rare opportunities straight away. The band wanted something very ambitious; a western movie/videogame style with a large number of extras (all in costume), along with an old-looking town and great effects. What I did was guide the ship and give the video that epic feel. With about 60 people all in period costume, real guns (many of them), an incredible 1st Assistant Director in Darwin Brooks (The Great Gatsby, Australia, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time), and beautiful looking shots thanks to Dave Wayland (Director of Photography), I think we achieved that!” More...
A Breach of Silence and Eclipse Records have released a brand new lyric video for the song "Circles." The video was directed by Caldwell Entertainment and can be viewed below.
"When writing the chorus for Circles, I wanted it to be a clear message that you have control over your own life, and have the power over the choices you make," states vocalist/bassist Blair Layt. "The song itself is toned down, compared to most of the others songs on the album, but I think this helps to separate it and stand out - a lot like the message that it's trying to get across."
A Breach of Silence just wrapped up shooting another music video for the song "Night Rider" (to be released in September), and previously released a clip for "There Will Be Blood," which can be found right here.
The band is gearing up for more touring in October, as direct support for Swedish metalcore masters Adept. All dates are listed below.
A Breach of Silence recently wrapped up production of debut full-length "Dead or Alive," which will be released on October 1st by Eclipse Records. The album was produced by Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (Bring Me The Horizon, Opeth, In Flames, Arch Enemy). More...
Eclipse Records and A Breach of Silence have unleashed a music video for the song “There Will Be Blood.” The video was directed by Caleb Graham, produced by David Wayland (Parkway Drive), and filmed near Byron Bay & Lennox Heads in NWS, Australia.
The video begins as a bank robbery in progress by the band wearing masks portraying U.S. presidents, Saddam Hussein, and Pope Benedict. A high-speed chase ensues on a deserted road throughout Byron Bay, where the thieves start disagreeing over how the loot should be divided amongst them. Chaos ensues on the Cliffs of Lennox Heads, as the band begins fighting on the edge of the cliffs, risking their lives over the stolen money in the briefcase. There’s only one way to find out how this ends, and that’s to watch the video below. More...
Eclipse Records is extremely excited to announce the signing of Brisbane, Australia’s powercore band A Breach Of Silence for an exclusive, multi-album deal.
The band just wrapped up production of the new full-length album entitled "Dead or Alive," which will be released October 1st, 2013 by Eclipse Records (Mushroomhead, Bobaflex, Blowsight). The album was produced by Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd (Bring Me The Horizon, Opeth, In Flames, Arch Enemy) and recorded at HK Studios in Brisbane, Australia. Eclipse Records also comments:
"A Breach Of Silence was recently thrown into the spotlight when they won the prestigious Q Music Award in 2012. Since then, they’ve toured with bands such as Born of Osiris, The Amity Affliction, and Upon A Burning Body, and quite consistently play headlining shows to hordes of rabid fans. The band’s acceptance speech may be viewed here."
"'Dead Or Alive' combines the best of old school power metal and metalcore giving this album something of a creative edge, like a breath of fresh air,” states guitarist Mat Cosgrove. “Every time you listen to the album you pick up something new, which lends it to never getting old. I have no doubt that it will pleasantly surprise people.” More...