"Chasing something but I don't know what it is" -Damned If I Do
Aaron Fink, the former lead guitarist of Hollywood Records artist Breaking Benjamin, has since stepped into the forefront with 4 solo albums in 4 years, WOLVES & BUTTERFLIES, GALAXIES, HEAVY FEATHERS and SAINT SYLVANIA. He has also set forth as a producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and looks onward to adding to his already extensive rock catalog. During his tenure in Breaking Benjamin, the band had certified sales of over 6 million albums, 6 million singles and performed well over 2000 shows in America and Canada's largest concert venues and festivals. That band also had multiple #1's at rock radio and their album Dear Agony, debuted at #2 on the Billboard charts. Fink appeared with Breaking Benjamin on a slew of late night talk shows including Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Craig Ferguson, Craig Kilborn and Carson Daly. In the late 2000's, Fink had a brief stint in the nationally acclaimed, A&M signed, "roots rock" band The Badlees. Aaron is also the founding member of the hard-rock band Lifer (aka Strangers with Candy), winning MTV's Ultimate Cover Band Battle in 2000 and going on to have Rush guitarist, Alex Lifeson produce their debut record on Universal/Republic Records. Lifer had their song "Breathless" featured on the 2002 Scorpion King soundtrack, which is also certified gold and has since re-united in 2018.