Breaker was For Today’s third album for Facedown Records and catapulted them to the top of their genre. Today we celebrate five years of Breaker by talking to Ryan Leitru about the message and the motivation behind the album.
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I can’t believe it’s already been five years! Man time flies. The “Breaker” record was a real turning point for For Today, we kind of figured out what we wanted to do as a band musically and zeroed in on it. It was at the time a culmination of us touring heavily and discovering what translated live and what people connected with. It was also the start of us working with producer Will Putney. He really helped us fix some areas in the song writing department that were weak in the past. It was such a great experience that we haven’t recorded anywhere else since. read more »
Catch War of Ages with For Today and more at Lifelight Fest in South Dakota this weekend.
Gideon have announced their second tour of 2015 with For Today. VIP tickets on sale today, general admission on sale Friday, August 14. You can find dates on our tours page.
A huge thank you to everyone who helped For All Eternity’s Facedown debut album “Metanoia” hit the Billboard charts!
We spoke with west coast hardcore sensation Dodgin’ Bullets members Dan Quiggle and Neil Hartman about the 15 year anniversary of World Wide War.
Dan Quiggle: Dodgin’ Bullets was born out of friendship. We all loved hanging out and it gave us a great excuse to get together more often and do what we loved which was write music, get into the studio to record it, and then play it live.
Neil Hartman: Dodgin’ Bullets was something that gave me and Dan a chance to leave PA and come to Cali to write music with friends. It was a good time every time and read more »
Our annual Back to School Sale is on! This year we’re offering FREE SHIPPING on orders over $50 as well as a selection of $5 CDs. Fill up your backpacks now, sale ends August 16th!
Ryan McAllister, guitarist for tech metal band In the Midst of Lions, remembers writing and recording their debut Facedown album The Heart of Man.
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I have a hard time believing we released this album 5 years ago, time really flew by. The Heart of Man was my favorite record we released; I had the most fun read more »