The members of BALANCE BREACH have a shared history all the way from elementary school days, where the band was formed with a different name and vocalist. When it was time to release their first EP with a new vocalist in 2015, the guys thought the band deserves a fresh start under a new name. Ever since the band got its current name and form, BALANCE BREACH has worked determinedly to achieve their shared goal and dream: to become a band that stands out with its own sound and captivating live performances.
In 2019, the hard work started to pay off when BALANCE BREACH won the Tuska band competition and reclaimed their place in the biggest Nordic metal festival “Tuska Open Air”. After the bands festival debut, BALANCE BREACH finished writing their debut album. The shared vision of these five guys presents their take on how the best possible metal music in the 21st century should sound. The experience gained on their journey has shaped BALANCE BREACH‘s music to an even more catchy and aggressive direction that will be heard on the band’s debut album, which will be released through OUT OF LINE label from Berlin towards the summer. The future seems to promise a lot of good things for this five-piece metalcore act, so you’d better pay attention to this rising talent from Mikkeli, Finland.
The band states: “We are super happy to announce that BALANCE BREACH has signed a worldwide record deal with Out of Line Music! Being aware of the label’s work ethic, it will be interesting to see what happens when these two hard-working units come together. We’re excited to become a part of Out of Line’s roster of visionary talents and proud to get our debut album to the hands it deserves. Out of Line has its fingertips tightly around the global music scene, so we’re looking forward to being able to deliver our unique take on metalcore around the world. The album will be released later in 2020, but singles will be released during the coming spring.”
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