when the deadbolt breaks

A vision of Doom .. .. When the Deadbolt Breaks... God lights up a smoke in a flash of lightning. Inhaling a hollow smokey autumn wind of leaf and ash. Exhaling, his deep sigh thunders across a pitch sky, rolling with the turn of his head into the vast emptiness of space and ones heart. .. .. Eyes and sweat gleam with a second strike of Gods light as it cracks with the triggered hammer, and it is done. God's not watching anymore. Justice of a torn heart rips through the soul and veins of the assailant, as does the wet breath of un-watching faith, pulling the petals from their thorny stems across the threshold and her face.... .. .. The visionary soundtrack to ones demising justice, the painful retort of a broken heart. When the Deadbolt Breaks started in the mind of Aaron Lewis, while a member of long time Stoner Rock icons, Cable, in a dream one somber night. With Cables mutual parting of ways, a break from the full-time music scene was needed for collection, recollection, visions and creation. As Aaron Pieced together this audio emotion he realized it was one not to be lost and a recording project was born. Designed to be exclusively an emotional outlet for personal sanity. Musicians and friends were brought in to assist and enhance the recording. With no boundaries or specific styles to hold them back, felt this vision of dark creativity, a ferocious engine fed on bitter revenge, brought their skills and emotions into this, the very moment... .. .. When the Deadbolt Breaks. .. .. Recording of the Debut album "In the Ruins, No Light Shall Shine" began in June of 2005 and was completed in December of that same year. When the Deadbolt Breaks was signed in late January 2006 to Spare Change Records, and appeared for the first time live at the Cabot Street Pub in Chicopee MA, on March 26, 2006. .. .. When the Deadbolt Breaks Debut "In the Ruins, No Light Shall Shine" was released by Spare Change Records on May 2nd, 2006. .. .. Toward the end of 2006 a new line up was formed and recording for their next release began. Spare Change Records teamed up with Austrian label PsycheDOOMelic Records to release the bands sophmore release a split CD with NY sludge Gods, Negative Reaction. When the Deadbolt Breaks toured the East coast in support of the split CD. .. .. In early 2007, they began recording their 3rd effort "The Last Day of Sun". The album contains 11 songs, spanning almost 2 hours and 2 discs of some of the heaviest, open and sonically diverse music the band has done to date. From the blinding chaos of "Hope Love Solitude and Murder" to the melancholic, acid induced daze of "Sprawled in Seamless Time" to the harsh down-tuned sludge of "Of Fallen Grace", this record holds many suprises and breaks all boundries. Early 2009, When the Deadbolt Breaks will hit the road again to support "The Last Day of Sun". .