Rock Regeneration – Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 04/12/2012

“With an interesting blend of electronic and alt-rock you get Broken Links. based in Southampton this

Grumpy Rocker- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 02/12/2012

“Mark Lawrence (vocals / guitar), Lewis Betteridge (bass) and Phil Boulter (drums) are the three Southampton

NOIZZ Webzine- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 02/12/2012

“La banda de Rock Alternativo Industrial con base en Southampton, BROKEN LINKS, debuta con su primer

Debut Album ‘Disasters: Ways to Leave a Scene’ is Out Now!

Our début album ‘Disasters: Ways to Leave a Scene‘ has now been released to rave reviews!!

Punk Prospect- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 25/11/2012

“Southampton-based alternative rock act Broken Links originally take inspiration from Joy Division/Depeche Mode/Nine Inch Nails/Manic Street

Punk Prospect – Live Review @ The Rattlesnake, London 21/11/2012

“…Finally, Broken Links approached the stage. To my disappointment the majority of the audience left straight

Female First- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 21/11/2012

“Over the last year or so Broken Links have been building up a loyal fan base

Tempelores Magazine- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 19/11/2012

“The three-piece British band saluted the world with the debut album in 2012. The first positive

Battle Helm- Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 18/11/2012

“Wow. This has to be one of the best indie releases I’ve ever heard! Whilst England’s

Valkyrian Music – Review of ‘Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene’ – 18/11/2012

“Disasters: Ways To Leave A Scene is the debut album from the British industrial rock band Broken Links.