Tag: Breakdown Of Sanity

NEWS: Society collapses for Breakdown Of Sanity?

The better part of 14 months after their last single “Black Smoke” and the announcement that the band had no plans for an album or live shows and instead would simply release singles from time to time, Bern Switzerland based Metalcore merchants Breakdown Of Sanity have teamed up with Impericon to release “Collapse“. It is

Throwback: “Hero” from Breakdown Of Sanity!

There can be no question that the return with promises of singles from time to time of Swiss Metalcore merchants Breakdown Of Sanity earlier this month served as a timely reminder of just how good the band actually are. Still having 114k monthly listeners on Spotify alone despite playing their last live show in December

NEWS:Where there is smoke, there is Breakdown Of Sanity!

29th December 2017 was the date of the final live show from Swiss Metalcore act Breakdown Of Sanity who called time on a decade of aggression in their home town of Bern. Gone but not forgotten, they resurrected the band with a new single in “Traces” in September 2020 and while they have no plans

NEWS: Breakdown of Sanity return with “Traces”!

Just a couple of days ago a new track from Captain Graveyard surfaced with Carlo Knopfel from Breakdown of Sanity lending his throat and Misstiq lending her tuneful ways. But that was then and this is now; a new Breakdown of Sanity track entitled “Traces“, stronger than a cup of Skull Crusher Coffee has appeared

NEWS: Captain Graveyard walk the plank?

Joined by Misstiq and Carlo Knopfel of Breakdown of Sanity, Dutch trio Captain Graveyard have dropped the Nu-Metal inspired “Drowning“, their third single of 2020 following “Don’t Be A Little Bitch, Sarah Let’s Drop This Thing!” and “Fer Sure“. Specialising in electronic infused Metalcore, they’re a band who came to our attention by taking new

NEWS: Vitja celebrate “Silver Lining”!

It probably shouldn’t need to be said but the very idea of Carlo Knopfel of Breakdown Of Sanity appearing on a Vitja track is as thirst quenching as a pint of cold cider on a hot summers afternoon. So the fact that a tune called “Silver Lining” is going to appear on “Thirst” on 6th

Review: “Promises” by Sharks In Your Mouth

Named after the I Killed The Prom Queen song and hailing from Ancona on the East Coast of Italy, Sharks In Your Mouth first came to our attention for their heavy Linkin Park cover which appeared in the build up to the release of this, the bands debut full length album in 2016. The video for their version