A BREACH OF SILENCE was thrown into the spotlight when they won Australia’s prestigious Q Music Award (2012) in the Best Heavy Song category. Shortly thereafter, the band inked a worldwide, multi-album deal with Eclipse Records, released Dead or Alive (October, 2013) and have toured with bands such as Born of Osiris, Adept, The Amity Affliction, and Upon a Burning Body. In March of 2014, the band released their controversial Night Rider ‘first-person shooter’ music video which was inspired by their obsession with FPS video games and 1960’s classic westerns such as Hang ‘em High and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Upon releasing ‘The Darkest Road’ in late 2014, the band toured North America for almost eight weeks with Drowning Pool and Like A Storm. That album debuted at #1 on the iTunes Metal chart in Australia, and at #20 on the Australian Independent Record Label Association’s 100% Independent chart. In 2016, the band performed many shows in Australia both as headliners and as support for bands such as Sevendust, and Drowning Pool.