Breaking Benjamin Noblesville Tickets
At the start of the new millennium, a gold selling hard rock album, ‘Saturate’ hit the stores. This was the first record issued by Breaking Benjamin who later went on to become one of the top acts of this genre. The group shot to stardom by coming out with chart-topping songs like, Breath, I Will Not Bow and Failure by winning different accolades like, Loudwire Music Award. They are now hitting the road in support of their upcoming studio effort, ‘Ember’ and will soon perform at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. So, if you want to catch this hard rock outfit live in concert then book your Breaking Benjamin Noblesville tickets.
Hard rock is popular today thanks to the music by bands like, Breaking Benjamin. This group has encountered a lot of obstacles over the years, including a four year hiatus but now, they are back on the right track.
From 2004 to 2009, Breaking Benjamin tasted phenomenal success. It was during those five years, the group released three consecutive platinum selling studio albums, ‘We Are Not Alone,’ ‘Phobia’ and ‘Dear Agony.’ The last two records reached second and fourth spot on the Billboard 200 respectively and also earned the approval of the critics. Their fifth studio effort, ‘Dark Before Dawn’ is what made them more popular across North America. The record earned gold certification by the RIAA and peaked at the first spot in the United States and Canada.
Breaking Benjamin have now recorded their latest studio effort, ‘Ember’ which they plan to put out soon. The fans began to anticipate the release of their upcoming record ever since they dropped the album’s lead single, Red Cold River. It featured catchy hooks and powerful riffs which made the song an instant hit. They later followed that up by releasing two more songs, Feed the Wolf and Blood. The band is now setting out on tour and will support its album, ‘Ember’ at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. So, if you want to enjoy their performance live then get these Breaking Benjamin Noblesville tickets today.