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29 Oct

Breaking Benjamin’s ‘Angels Fall’ Claims the Top Spot on Rock Radio

Hard rockers, Breaking Benjamin, have re-claimed the top spot on Rock Radio, rightfully taking back the No. 1 position on the Active Rock Charts with their latest hit single, “Angels Fall”.  The second single from Breaking Benjamin’s summer release, Dark Before Dawn, “Angels Fall” climbed up two spots from last week to take over the top spot once again, becoming their second consecutive No. 1 single following the album’s lead track, “Failure”, which held the title for 9 weeks. Breaking Benjamin’s official video for “Angels Fall” can be viewed below.

This past Tuesday, Breaking Benjamin hit the road with fellow rock heavyweights, Shinedown, for a co-headlining U.S. tour that is scheduled to make its next stop tonight, October 29th, at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman, MT, and will spend the next four weeks on the road before the tour closing performance at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, ME, on November 24th. A full list of dates for this co-headlining run with Shinedown can be found below.

For those keeping score at home, newly welcomed Pearl Artist, Shaun Foist, is now batting 1000.  Making his debut with the band on Dark Before Dawn, which quickly reached the top spot on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart during the time of its release, and now the first two singles doing the same, Shaun Foist is perfect when it comes to his work with Breaking Benjamin. 

Joining the Pearl Roster shortly following the release of the new album, Shaun Foist immediately turned to the proven tones of Pearl’s beautifully blended Reference Series drums, centered by a 14x6.5 Sensitone Premium Beaded Brass snare drum, driven by a set of Demon Drive direct double pedals, and supported by a custom ICON Rack System.  More information on Shaun, including full kit specs on his Reference Series touring rig, can be found here.

Breaking Benjamin + Shinedown: 2015 Fall Tour

10.29. Brick Breeden Fieldhouse- Bozeman, MT   
10.30. Maverik Center- Salt Lake City, UT   
10.31. 1stBank Center- Broomfield, CO   
11.02. Denny Sanford Premier Center- Sioux Falls, SD   
11.04. U.S. Cellular Center- Cedar Rapids, IA   
11.06. Peoria Civic Center Arena- Peoria, IL   
11.07. Covelli Centre- Youngstown, OH   
11.08. Salem Civic Center- Salem, VA   
11.10. Knoxville Coliseum- Knoxville, TN   
11.11. Von Braun Center- Huntsville, AL   
11.13. Bridgestone Arena- Nashville, TN   
11.14. Verizon Arena- North Little Rock, AR   
11.15. Show Me Center- Cape Girardeau, MO   
11.17. Crown Coliseum- Fayetteville, NC   
11.19. Mohegan Sun Arena- Uncasville, CT   
11.20. Bryce Jordan Center- University Park, PA   
11.21. Big Sandy Superstore Arena- Huntington, WV   
11.23. Times Union Center- Albany, NY   
11.24. Cross Insurance Arena- Portland, ME