BornBroken Streams New Album 'The Years of Harsh Truths and Little Lies' In Full


Following up the well-received 2013 debut album "The Healing Powers of Hate," Montreal's BornBroken returns in 2018 with a 40 minute freight-train with “The Years of Harsh Truths and Little Lies." Aggressive music for critical masses, BornBroken is a band that thrives on fury at the injustices of the world we are living in and now is the right time for the righteous rage that feeds the band's creative furnace.

The new album features a refreshed line up that includes vocalist Pepe Peloquin (Endast), drummer Samuel Santiago (Gorod, First Fragment) along with bassist Red Voizard to join founding members and guitarists Mike Decker and Simon Sivard. The ten track assault is heavier and angrier plus even includes special guest vocals from Slaves On Dope’s Jason Rockman on “Fight”.

Teaming up with Decibel Magazine, the band are premiering the album's full stream a day ahead of its May 18th release over here...or just below in the player provided. Pre-order the album via Bandcamp at this location. Guitarist Mike Decker comments: "This CD has been a long time coming and needed to get out to the public instead of sitting on our hard drives. We are very pleased so far with the early positive response from the listeners of our 2 videos/singles 'The Years of Harsh Truths and Little Lies' & 'Listen.' "It is only obvious our music and the metal scene will only grow stronger and more aggressive as the world we live in deteriorates around us, so we must spread our voice and make it known we will be heard and no longer take what is happening sitting down. We do not want the scraps left behind; we all deserve a piece of the pie cooling in the window! Let's make the world great again..."

Check out the album here:

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