The Letter Black announced on their “Friday Night Live” video that they would be releasing a sneak peek of their upcoming single, “Born for This,” releasing on February 26, 2021. This track will feature the powerhouse vocals of Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch.
Remedy Drive is preparing to cap off Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January with their new album Imago Amor, due out on January 29. The album will be their third that supports the counter-trafficking efforts of The Exodus Road.
Five Iron Frenzy surprised their fans this week with their first new album in seven year, titled Until This Shakes Apart.
Faith-based metalcore band Theocracy broke from Christmas tradition in 2020 by not releasing a holiday themed tune for the first time since 2004. Instead, the Georgia rockers gave their fans another gift in the form of an announcement about next year.
Manchester, UK alt-rock band Amongst Wolves have launched a suicide awareness campaign that is not your typical campaign.
Trying to pinpoint exactly who German rock band Arson sounds like is no easy task. Put together a seamless blend of alternative rock (a la 12 Stones), classic rock (Theocracy and Stryper), symphonic rock (Red and Starest), and a dash of just straigh up metal, and you have the sound that Arson produces in their single "In Too Deep." While there is still refinement to be had in the sound, the overall delivery hits in all the right places.
2020 was a year for the history books, and not just in terms of global events. For the music industry, it was the year of livestreams and singles, upending the traditional album and touring format. Although there was undeniable loss and hardship for artists, they also embraced the new challenges as a call to impressive creativity.
The Midnight Wedding has announced that their debut album, Anthem for the Outcast, will be releasing on February 12.
This Surrender released a heavy hitting song titled "Anchored" on January 12. This Surrender is fronted by James Franchise, and the song was birthed out of the sudden passing of his brother, Carlos Hildalgo Jr. The song is definitely a beautiful tribute, and a lament before God.
Project 86 is gearing up for a special event later this week that will celebrate their landmark album Drawing Black Lines. The concert will feature the album played in its entirety, live-streamed to viewers on January 15. Fans who purchase VIP tickets will get access to an acoustic, storytelling-centered hangout session on January 14.