A BREACH OF SILENCE Signs With ECLIPSE RECORDS

Eclipse Records has announced the signing of Brisbane, Australia's powercore band A BREACH OF SILENCE to an exclusive, multi-album deal. The band just wrapped up production of its brand new full-length CD entitled "Dead Or Alive", which will be released October 1. The effort was produced by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd (BRING ME THE HORIZON, OPETH, IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY) and recorded at HK Studios in Brisbane, Australia.

A BREACH OF SILENCE was recently thrown into the spotlight when they won the prestigious Q Music Award in 2012. Since then, they've toured with bands such as BORN OF OSIRIS, THE AMITY AFFLICTION, and UPON A BURNING BODY, and quite consistently play headlining shows to hordes of rabid fans.

"'Dead Or Alive' combines the best of old-school power metal and metalcore, giving this album something of a creative edge, like a breath of fresh air," states guitarist Mat Cosgrove. "Every time you listen to the album you pick up something new, which lends it to never getting old. I have no doubt that it will pleasantly surprise people."

"Dead Or Alive" features 11 cutting-edge tracks of blisteringly-brutal metalcore.

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The song "Circles", which will appear on the upcoming CD, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below.

A BREACH OF SILENCE is:

Mat Cosgrove (guitar)
Blair Layt (bass, vocals)
Andrew Cotterell (drums)
Rhys Flannery (vocals)
Kerrod Dablestein (guitar)

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