Finland’s Balance Breach release second single ‘Dead End Diaries’

Finnish metalcore outfit and 2019 Tuska Open Air competition winners Balance Breach have unleashed their second single, Dead End Diaries.

Taken from their eponymous debut album out on July 3, the band said the song is about legacies.

“Dead End Diaries is a song loaded full with energy. 

“In the song, Nordic melodies comes up with rough guitar riffs and rhythms, representing the metalcore sound that Balance Breach will be known for. 

“The lyrics reflect thoughts on a lived life when you meet your personal dead end, sooner or later. 

“Are you gonna leave your mark on the world by being the person you want to be, and what is its cost?” 

The release follows their first single, Most of This, a song about letting go of mental and emotional shackles and stopping yourself from setting boundaries that keep you from doing the things you have wanted. 

The hard work started to pay off for Balance Breach when they won the Tuska band competition and claimed their place in the biggest Nordic metal festival Tuska Open Air in 2019. 

After the band’s festival debut, Balance Breach finished writing their debut album. 

The experience gained on their journey has shaped Balance Breach’s music to an even more catchy and aggressive direction that will be heard on the band’s debut album.

Balance Breach are Terho Korhonen – guitar, Saku Heimonen – guitar, Antti Halonen – drums, Joni Härkönen – bass, and Aleksi Paasonen – vocals. 

Balance Breach is out July 3 via Out Of Line Music.

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