It looks like Breakdown of Sanity are set to reunite next week.

On Sept. 11, the Swiss metalcore band's Facebook account became active again after a prolonged blackout, with the Bern natives teasing Sept. 25 as the date on which we can expect some news.

"SEPTEMBER 25 #bos #breakdownofsanity #modernmetal #metalcore #swissmetal," was what the band posted, alongside a graphic that reads "Time To Make 2020 A Little Better."
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Currently, it's unclear what exactly Breakdown of Sanity are teasing, but given the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it's more likely we'll see the band announce new music or a livestream than any potential tour dates.
Breakdown of Sanity formed in Bern, Switzerland in 2007. Prior to their 2017 split, the five-piece released four studio albums: 2009 debut The Last Sunset, 2011's Mirrors, 2013's Perception and 2016's Coexistence.
Remaining true to their DIY punk roots, the band never signed to a record label, self-releasing all their music. Previous touring partners include August Burns Red, Sylosis and the Black Dahlia Murder.
Despite Breakdown of Sanity's split three years ago, the band have continued to post solid streaming numbers for an unsigned metalcore act, with many of their songs amassing over 1,000,000 plays. Their commercial peak came by way of 2013 LP Perception and its single "The Writer," which holds over 4,000,000 streams on Spotify.
Announcing their break-up in 2017, Breakdown of Sanity posted a detailed statement where they thanked their fans for the support they'd received, but they did leave the door open for a return.
"It is possible that one day, there could be another single / EP / experiment or project of any kind, by any constellation of band members, since we all are musicians in our hearts and will always be," the band said. "We will keep playing our instruments, we are still best friends, we are still open minded and actually inspired by so many things."

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