For The Broken to Play Freedom Festival 3 on July 5th, Announces Changes to the “Something To Believe In” Tour

By on April 18, 2013



Fredericksburg, VA’s For The Broken, newly signed with Imminence Records, has just announced that they will take part in day one, July 5th, of Freedom Festival 3. The festival will be at Goshen, IN’s The Note Venue and will include Corpus Christi (Victory Records), Mouth of the South, My Heart To Fear (Solid State Records), The Road To Milestone (CI Records), Set Free, and Snow White’s Poison Bite (Victory Records) among many other announced and unannounced bands. Brett Duncan has this to say, “We are honored to have the opportunity to play alongside so many other Christian bands in Freedom Fest 3 and would like to thank everyone for their support. None of this would happen without all our fans!” Tickets may be bought HERE with single and two day passes on sale.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, xHONORx has been forced to drop most of their scheduled dates on the Something To Believe In Tour with For The Broken; however, xHONORx will stay on the April 27th date in Greensboro, NC. Drummer Jacob Buttner commented on the run by saying, “We are beyond excited to be playing with Armory Infirmary and xHONORx on our “Something To Believe In Tour” this month. It’s always been a dream of ours to tour and we know it will be a perfect opportunity to get our name out there, meet new people, see new places, and share the stage with awesome bands.”

April 20th – The Champ – Lemoyne, PA [with Armory Infirmary]
April 21st – 123 Pleasant Street – Morgantown, WV [with Armory Infirmary]
April 25th – Drunk Horse Pub – Fayetteville, NC
April 26th – Skatepark Of Charleston – Charleston, SC
April 27th – Club Orion – Greensboro, NC [with xHONORx]
April 28th – Screamers – Radford, VA

Late last month, For The Broken announced that they had signed with Imminence Record and that the band’s Andrew Baylis (Apparitions, Camisado, Honour Crest, Provoke Destroy) produced Aurora will be released on May 21st. Jacob had this to say about the record, “Aurora was a mix of every single part of us. We all bring so much to the table and we all have so many influences. So we found a way to take all these influences and put them all into this EP, which is just as much a part of us as we are of it. There’s so much passion in every song and it really comes out in our music. We wrote about our experiences, but we try to keep it about our fans. We want people to relate to us so we keep the subjects broad but still to the point.” The album has already spawned two singles in the forms of “Borealis” and “On Your Own.”

AURORA (May 21st)
1. Borealis
2. Elysium
3. On Your Own
4. Temptation
5. The Dawning

For The Broken is a five-piece post-hardcore band from Fredericksburg, Virginia. The band has created a unique sound that is influenced by Memphis May Fire, Of Mice & Men, Hands Like Houses, and A Day To Remember among others. The band started in high school when Caleb Buttner (Guitar) and Josh Bibens (Vocals/Bass) started writing acoustic material with former member Tyler Simms (guitar). After receiving positive feedback, the three decided to add more members and start a full band. Caleb’s brother, Jacob Buttner, became a great addition on drums and close friend Bryce Clarke signed on as vocalist. They became popular fast and placed second in a DC Battle of the Bands during January 2012 that included 50 bands. In June 2012, Tyler Simms decided to depart from the band in order to pursue college. For the remainder of the summer the band held tryouts for guitar while continuing to write music. In August 2012, they found and recruited member Brett Duncan for guitar. Throughout the fall of 2012, For The Broken played many shows while writing their EP entitled Aurora. In January of 2013, the band settled down to record the five song EP with Life On Repeat’s Andrew Baylis (Apparitions, Camisado, Honour Crest, Provoke Destroy) of Life On Repeat. On March 25, 2013, For The Broken signed with Imminence Records.



Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.