Breaking Orbit began 2010 supporting Australian music heavyweights such as Cog, Dead Letter Circus and MM9, as well as sold-out home town headlining shows, and an array of trips up and down the east coast of Australia in support of the 2009 EP.
In the first half of 2010, Breaking Orbit began the recording of their debut album at The Grove Studios (Silverchair, The Butterfly Effect) on NSW’s Central Coast with the assistance of Producer Evan McHugh (Dead Letter Circus, MM9) and the bands in-house producer Dylan Mitrovich.
The first tunes released from this recording were on the ‘My Direction’ 3-track single, released in August 2010 and followed by a semi-national tour. Digital sales as well as the limited-run pressing sky-rocketed, 3 months after the release, physical copies have almost expired. Sydney’s Drum Media described the new material ‘Precise Musicianship, gets surprisingly heavy’.Much like the tracks ‘Orion’ and Massive Attack cover ‘Dissolved Girl’ from the 2009 EP, ‘My Direction’ also received airplay on a number of radio networks across Australia, including national radio Triple J.
Despite the loss of a founding member, split with management and various other hurdles thrown in their way, Breaking Orbit continue on their journey more energized and positive as ever towards the future.
In one last bash for 2010, Breaking Orbit release the next installment -‘Callsign’, which will also appear on the yet-to-be-titled 2011 debut.
This will be supported by a short tour in major cities and regional towns in VIC, NSW and ACT in October/November, where Breaking Orbit will bring their renowned energetic, tribal and captivating stage show to fans once again.
The ‘Callsign’ tour marks the wrap up of all things Breaking Orbit for 2010. This will be seen as a short-time farewell as the band prepares to enter into hibernation, to re-appear in mid-late 2011 carting around a long awaited album that is shaping up to be a mighty impressive debut.
Breaking Orbit are:
Matt Quayle – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Dylan Mitrovich – Guitar, Backing Vocals, Percussion, Programming
Mark Tyson – Acoustic and Electronic Drums
Edited by sevenlee7 on 20 Jul 2012, 13:31
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