BREAKING BENJAMIN's massive hit song and fan favorite "The Diary Of Jane" has been certified triple platinum by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America). The song off the band's 2006 release "Phobia", also certified platinum, was a Top 5 rock radio hit.
BREAKING BENJAMIN is currently on the road wrapping up its North American amphitheatre headline tour with special guests CHEVELLE, THREE DAYS GRACE, DIAMANTE and DOROTHY.
A BREAKING BENJAMIN acoustic album is tentatively due before the end of the year. The effort will feature mostly reworked versions of the band's notable hits, including a couple from last year's "Ember" LP, plus one new song.
BREAKING BENJAMIN is continuing to tour in support of "Ember". The disc debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart and has spawned off two No. 1 rock radio hits with singles "Red Cold River" and "Torn In Two", marking the band's eighth and ninth No. 1 singles to date.
"Ember" was released in April 2018 via Hollywood Records.
Joining frontman Benjamin Burnley on the effort are guitarist Jasen Rauch (formerly of RED), guitarist/vocalist Keith Wallen (formerly of ADELITAS WAY), bassist/vocalist Aaron Bruch and drummer Shaun Foist.
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