Bridge To Breakdown Are Very Familiar On “Rain”

If you’ve got a hankering for mid-’90s Alice in Chains, or maybe some Godsmack, but you aren’t really feeling for anything from your existing library, then you might want to check out Jacksonville, North Carolina’s Bridge to Breakdown and the band’s new track “Rain.”

The guitars on the track have a pretty cool tone and the riffs are crunchy and heavy while the drums have a pretty cool rhythm for you to follow. Vocally, it all sounds like a melange of the most popular voices from ‘90s grunge.

According to the band:

‘Rain’ is a song that focuses on one’s inability to control that which occurs around them and the struggle in accepting that.


About Bridge to Breakdown:

Comprised of three lifelong friends dating back to their high school days, Bridge to Breakdown takes direct inspiration from legendary acts such as Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine, and more.

With Talyn Detmers laying down powerful vocals and guitar riffs, Malcolm Matthews who brings the rap and rhythm vibes on guitar and vocals, and Taylor Cefalo rounding out the group on drums, the trio is an unstoppable force.

More recently the guys have started early production and writing for their first full-length album with JP Audio Labs out of Greensboro, North Carolina, and working with the same production team known for Something Clever and Between the Buried and Me. They hope to drop the full length LP sometime in late-2019 to early-2020.

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