BREAKING IN A SEQUENCE RELEASE Their Single/Visualizer Video “TWINE” (10/26) with MVK MUSIC GROUP. With certainty since the band’s beginning, they have produced Billboard Charting singles and showed who they are as their music streams have repeatedly climbed quickly on Spotify and YouTube. Breaking In A Sequence’s sound indisputably signifies what any music metal/hard rock – aficionado knows, the familiar sound of Ex-Korn drummer David Silveria. Yet with each release, the notable musicianship coming from each band member Rich Nguyen – Vocals, Chris Dorame – Bass, Joe Taback – Guitar/Backing Vocals, Mike Martin – Guitar, and David Silveria – drums has undeniably qualified itself to confirm BIAS’s new single, “TWINE” to be their quintessential sound. This defining mark has raised the bar in the realm of metal/hard rock and categorically pronounced it – Breaking In A Sequence.

“We were really trying to get the second EP out for our fans before the end of the year. However, the stars didn’t quite align so the next best thing is a new single for everyone. This single, “TWINE” continues our trek into the hard rock genre and has a little bit of everything from melodic parts to heavier chunky grooves.  We started to experiment outside of our normal structures for this and really dug into our toolset to see what else we could use. David added his electronic samples and Rich added different voicings to really round out this song.  For the visualizer video, we recruited Clint Collins. He has this very unique art style and approach. Upon first viewing of his work, it just looks like a bunch of random visualizations, but upon further viewing, there is a story being told; its meaning is subjective to the viewer.” – Breaking in a Sequence

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