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The Darkest Studio Diary



Mannequin Republic’s own A Breach Of Silence released one of the most heralded albums of 2014 in The Darkest Road on Eclipse Records.  But, before it was released to the public and to critical acclaim across several continents, there was a lot of work that went into making the band’s second full length album.

Courtesy of Eclipse Records, the band has released a special 3 minute studio diary to give you fanatics a glimpse behind the scenes of The Darkest Road, with short interviews with Mat Cosgrove, Blair Layt, Rhys Flannery and Kerrod Dabelstein on how everything came together.

The recording was done locally in Brisbane, Queensland Australia under the supervision of  Fredrik Nordstrom and Henrik Udd, who were flown in specially to take control of the studio.

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New Falls Clip



As Paradise Falls have been turning heads across Australia with the release of their Save Yourself EP last year.  The first single off the EP , “Equilibrium” made it’s video debut on Channel V last September, followed up by a live clip for “Only The Good.”

Now, the band has announced a third video clip for the track “The Demon Within”, to make the third single off the Save Yourself EP.  The track features guest vocals by Thy Art Is Murder front man CJ McMahon.

A sneak preview for the video clip has been released on the band’s Facebook page, which can be seen right now by going to  Check it out for yourself and stay tuned for more info on the latest effort by As Paradise Falls.

The track is also available as part of the Save Yourself EP on Bandcamp at or iTunes at

Reviews Keep Breaching



Brisbane’s own A Breach Of Silence are still getting in the reviews for their second full length album, The Darkest Road, in this it’s fifth month after being released on Eclipse Records. gave the project a glowing review in an article written by Ben G and Jeremy Daniel, praising both the raw aggression and technical prowess of the band.  You can read the full article at

Metal Addict’s Vinterd posted similar sentiments in a quick review, proclaiming the album “has one of the greatest sounds I’ve ever heard.”  You can read the full article at

Finally, Get Exposed Music threw into the mix with their review from owner Brian Campbell, claiming The Darkest Road “rife with unrelenting monsters and beastly stomping thrashers that rarely, if ever, take their foot off the gas.”  You can read the full article at

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