Until the End (Breaking Benjamin song)

"Until the End"
Single by Breaking Benjamin
from the album Phobia
Released October 2, 2007
Recorded 2006
Genre Alternative metal, nu metal
Length 4:14
Label Hollywood
Writer(s) Benjamin Burnley, Aaron Fink, Mark Klepaski
Breaking Benjamin singles chronology
"Until the End"
"I Will Not Bow"
Phobia track listing
"Evil Angel"
"Until the End"
"Dance with the Devil"

"Until the End" is the third single by Breaking Benjamin from their album Phobia. On February 11, 2014, "Until The End" was certified gold by the RIAA, which made the single the then-most commercially successful song by the band.[1] Since then, the band have been awarded with more platinum and gold singles, and one double platinum single.


The song was posted on Breaking Benjamin's MySpace page and said to be a future single on July 10, 2007; its release was announced that same night on The Shallow Bay Radio, Breaking Benjamin's online radio station. The original date was for July 10, 2007, but was moved to October 2.

Track listing

All tracks written by Benjamin Burnley, Aaron Fink, Mark Klepaski. 

Promotional single
1."Until the End"  4:12


The song debuted at #35 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in its first week after being released, as so did Breaking Benjamin's biggest single, "Breath", which eventually went to number one the chart and remained at number one for 7 weeks. "Until the End" has peaked at number 6 so far. "Until the End" debuted at number 38 on the Modern Rock Chart. Breaking Benjamin's most successful singles on this chart were "So Cold" and "Breath", both of which peaked at number 3. "Until the End" has peaked at number 21 so far on the modern rock chart failing to hit the Top 20.

Year Chart Position
2007 US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles 22
US Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 6
US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 76

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