Breaking Benjamin Announce Fall Unplugged Tour

Breaking Benjamin have announced a fall unplugged tour. The band’s own Keith Wallen will open the trek with a solo set. Here’s the dates:

11/30 Portland, ME – Aura
12/02 New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
12/03 Bethlehem, PA – Wind Creek Events Center
12/05 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
12/07 Jacksonville, NC – Limelight
12/08 Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall
12/10 Myrtle Beach, SC – House Of Blues
12/11 Greensboro, NC – Piedmont Hall
12/13 Philadelphia, PA – Brooklyn Bowl
12/15 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
12/17 Huntington, NY – The Paramount
12/18 Waterloo, NY – The Vine @ Del Lago Casino

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) Premieres “Fractured” Video

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) has premiered a new video for his song “Fractured.” This track is from his recently released solo album “This World Or The Next.” Wallen said the following about the song:

“‘Fractured‘ is about pouring your adoration into someone you love or someone you look up to, but all they do is leave you feeling disappointed. You wish they could be different, but there’s no changing or fixing the way a person is, they have to want to change for themselves. Until they do, your wounds will remain open.”

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) Premieres “It Finds Us All” Video

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) has premiered a new video for his new song “It Finds Us All.” This track will appear on his upcoming solo album “This World Or the Next.” Wallen told Loudwire the following:

“‘It Finds Us All’ deals with the internal drive to live your life to the fullest in efforts to accomplish everything you can and want against the race of time/old age/death. The aspiration to have a life well lived without regret.”

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) Premieres “Dream Away” Video

Keith Wallen (Breaking Benjamin) has premiered a new video for his recently released solo song “Dream Away.“ He told Loudwire Nights the following about the track:

“I think that we’ve all had kind of a tough year with everything happening in the world — COVID and everything. A lot of us were kind of left to our own devices for better for worse in our houses quarantining, so you’re kind of sitting their thinking, ‘Man, how do we get out of this? How do I escape this frame of mind?’ A lot of it was just bad news everyday for a while there and it was tough to take.”

Breaking Benjamin Return With New Lineup

After all the legal battles and health issues, Breaking Benjamin have officially returned. The news was announced via their Facebook page, yesterday (August 19). The 2014 edition of the band will feature original vocalist, Benjamin Burnley, along with drummer, Shaun Foist (ex-Picture Me Broken), bassist Aaron Bruch (ex-Forever Ouevre), guitarist Jasen Rauch (ex-Red) and guitarist Keith Wallen (ex-Adelitas Way).

Check out the band’s new teaser: