Breaking Benjamin has revealed via a video teaser that they will be heading out on the road this summer (summer 2018), with Five Finger Death Punch, Nothing More, and Bad Wolves. The official teaser was via a video across their social media platforms showcasing a video snippet of each band live on stage ending with “Summer 2018…” The official dates of the tour with exact cities and tour dates, is expected later this month (March 2018).

Breaking Benjamin’s sixth studio album, Ember is expected to be released on April 13th via Hollywood Records, The album was produced by the band and is the followup to their 2015 release of Dark Before Dawn. Five Finger Death Punch’s greatest hits collection called, A Decade Of Destruction, was released in late 2017 in December. This hits album and their already completed new studio album is part of a deal to settle a legal dispute and close out the band’s contract at Prospect Park.

Nothing More was nominated for three Grammy awards this past year including “Best Rock Song,” “Best Rock Performance,” and “Best Rock Album.” Bad Wolves debut album will be release in the spring via Eleven Seven Music. Bad Wolves is managed by Five Finger Death Punch’s Zoltan Bathory.

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