DIVIDE THE FALL release new single and music video for ‘Bring You Down’

With their new EP slated to be released at the end of the summer, the members of DIVIDE THE FALL have released yet another memorable song. Following the release of their song I Won’t Fade Away in 2019,  Bring You Down is another song that you will have stuck in your head for days!

Bring You Down contains captivating lyrics that grab your attention from the start. Melodic harmonies and stunning, clean vocals carry you throughout the story of the song. With riffs that will leave you humming it long after the song ends the band shows a skill set that not even all veteran bands possess.

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Hailing from Minneapolis, MN,  DIVIDE THE FALL is a band set to become a household name in the rock genre. Since the band formed in fall of 2017, their inception has been made up of countless regional and national tour dates; having shared the stage with such notable acts as All That Remains, Unearth, Trapt, Secrets, Awaken I Am, Fire From The Gods + many more. DIVIDE THE FALL has also performed at notable music festivals including Metal in the Mountains and Energy Rock Festival. With lyrics and sound reminiscent of bands such as Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin, their songs are bound to be timeless.

As Bring You Down and I Won’t Fade Away have become fast fan favorites that bring the energy to every crowd, they are just a taste of what is yet to be released! Watch their newest video below and listen to the song on all streaming platforms:


This Linkin Park + Breaking Benjamin song mashup is pretty much seamless

Music mashups, admittedly, are pretty interesting. Whether it’s the more traditional route of hip-hop and rock colliding with Run-DMC and Aeromsith on “Walk This Way” or Jay-Z and Linkin Park working together on the groundbreaking Collision Course EP, there’s plenty of interesting collaborations to be had.

So it’s with that being said that this Linkin Park and Breaking Benjamin we recently discovered ticks all the boxes you could possibly want. Combining BB’s massive hit “The Diary Of Jane” and Linkin Park’s 2003 hit “Somewhere I Belong” sounds better than you could possibly imagine. Give it a spin below, it honestly works pretty well, and the video is transitioned seamlessly.

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Breaking Benjamin unveil new “Dear Agony” music video, featuring ex-Flyleaf frontwoman Lacey Sturm

Platinum-selling rock band Breaking Benjamin, who are celebrating the release of their reimagined album Aurora, have unleashed a new video for their song “Dear Agony”. The new song also features former Flyleaf and current solo artist Lacey Sturm. Check out the video for the song below.

“Dear Agony” is from Breaking Benjamin’s latest acoustic album, Aurora, which features a collection of reimagined versions of the band’s hit songs and also includes one brand new song “Far Away”, featuring Scooter Ward of COLD. The song just hit #1 on Active Rock radio, another milestone achievement for the veteran band.

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Starset vocalist Dustin Bates joins Breaking Benjamin during live performance of “Breath” – watch

Though their upcoming summer tour dates are certainly in question with the coronavirus pandemic spreading seemingly by the day, Breaking Benjamin’s recent tour with Korn was a huge success. Sporting massive crowds night in and night out, the tour was one of the biggest rock events of 2020 early on.

However, a solid lineup wasn’t the only thing that was notable about the sold-out tour. Similarly-styled Starset, who recently released their 3rd album Divisions last year to solid reviews, are based out of Columbus, Ohio – so Starset’s acclaimed vocalist Dustin Bates joined the band on stage to perform “Breath”. To nobody’s surprise, the crowd absolutely loved it, and we think you will too. Give the 2006 Phobia hit a watch below. While the band toured together previously years ago, we also think it would be a great idea if it happened again.

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