During a recent show in Las Vegas, NV, Breaking In A Sequence, who feature former (hed)p.e. drummer BC Vaught, were joined onstage by former (hed)p.e. guitarist Wes Geer and turntablist DJ Product 1969 for some performances of “Ground,“ “Circus,” and “Waiting To Die.” You can see fan-filmed footage of that below:
Former (hed)p.e. drummer Ben “BC” Vaught has officially joined Breaking In A Sequence. He will be replacing David Silveria (ex-Korn), who exited the group earlier this year.
The band issued the following statement:
“We are excited to announce that we have filled the vacant drummer position in B.I.A.S. Thank you to all of the drummers that reached out to us for auditions. It is very humbling to see so many talented players so eager to jam with us. Also, HUGE thank you to everyone else for the overwhelming amount of support for us to push forward.
Please join us in welcoming BC Vaught to the band. BC is a SoCal / Orange County native and the original drummer of (hed)p.e. He recorded the first three albums, self-titled, Broke, and Blackout, respectively. He also played with Breaking Benjamin for the touring cycle of their “We Are Not Alone” album. It is truly and honor to have him in the band.
We’ve spent the last couple months dialing in the songs and BC definitely has added his own flair. BUT most importantly… THERE IS STILL GROOVE. We all gel very well together and are all on the same page; gotta keep it fun! We’re excited for this next chapter of the band and can’t wait for everyone to hear it!
Our first official show back will be on Saturday, November 5th for the HUEVOS Years Reunion at Backstage Bar & Billiards in Las Vegas, NV with NONPOINT, MUGG, and special guests. Also, we’re stoked to have the one and only DJ Product from OG (hed)p.e. joining us on stage for our debut show!”
Breaking In A Sequence have parted ways with David Silveria (ex-Korn). The drummer exited the group “to spend more time with his family.”
The band commented:
“David has made the tough decision to step down from the band to spend more time with his family. Words cannot describe what an honor it has been to play, write and share the stage with such an icon. Together, we created something to be proud of and in turn, rekindled the joy of playing just to play, in all of us. We wish our brother all the best in his future endeavors. 🥂
Drum tracks for the next EP have been completed and David has given us his blessing to move forward without him. In the interim, we will continue production on EP3 and work to ramp up David‘s replacement. Thank you to everyone who has listened and supported us over the years. Let’s give it up for Mr. David Silveria! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽🖤
Breaking In A Sequence, the band featuring ex-Korn drummer David Silveria, have premiered a new song titled “Twine.“ The group commented:
“We were really trying to get the second EP out for our fans before the end of the year. However, the stars didn’t quite align so the next best thing is a new single for everyone. This single, “TWINE” continues our trek into the hard rock genre and has a little bit of everything from melodic parts to heavier chunky grooves. We started to experiment outside of our normal structures for this and really dug into our toolset to see what else we could use. David added his electronic samples and Rich added different voicings to really round out this song. For the visualizer video, we recruited Clint Collins. He has this very unique art style and approach. Upon first viewing of his work, it just looks like a bunch of random visualizations, but upon further viewing, there is a story being told; its meaning is subjective to the viewer.”
Breaking In A Sequence (ex-Korn/Core 10) have premiered a new video for their song “Anything But Right.” This track is from the band’s latest EP “Acronym.”
Vocalist Rich Nguyen said the following about the song:
“This song was the last one we wrote for the EP, right when we had started to find our groove. When we first started this band, we were aiming to be a rock band, but we naturally started gravitating to a hard rock, alt metal style. ‘Anything But Right‘ was the bridging point between our initial, melodic-rock style into hard rock.”
He also added the following about the video:
“The initial idea was to show someone feeling down, completely unsure of himself and then have him eventually work through it…to come out successful in the end. However, the final product holds a much deeper meaning to me. My take on it, is the contrast between narrow and expansive mindsets as in, you can start off narrow-minded, but then open to see the bigger picture of things and adapt as necessary.”
Breaking In A Sequence, aka Bias (ex-Korn/Core 10), have premiered a new video for their cover of Faith No More’s “Midlife Crisis.” This track is from the band’s latest EP “Acronym.” Rich Nguyen commented:
“When we originally decided to cover ‘Midlife Crisis‘ it was supposed to be an Easter egg on our EP, not a single release. But things changed when COVID-19 hit and the world transformed into a Black Mirror episode. In the fall of 2020, we sat down to discuss the release with our managers and they encouraged us to release our rendition of the song, as it’s familiar, yet different enough to not get lost in the madness of the year. That gave me the idea to do an homage to the original video. Bands do cover songs all the time, but they often don’t cover the video, too.”
Breaking In A Sequence, aka Bias (ex-Korn/Core 10), have released a cover of Faith No More‘s “Midlife Crisis.“ The band commented:
“In September 2019, driving in the middle of nowhere on tour, we heard a live version of this song. We were immediately inspired to cover it and completed it in October 2019. Mike Bordin is one of David‘s main influences on drums, and Mike Patton is one of Rich‘s biggest vocal inspirations. This song is our tribute to Faith No More. Hope you all enjoy this as much as we do…”