In this year of seemingly endless frustration and indignation, “Bullets and Blades” is a call to stand up against a mob mentality and recognize that we are all human.
The first guest vocalist The Letter Black announced was rock and rap legend Trevor McNevan from Thousand Foot Krutch, FM Static, and I Am The Storm. The second guest vocalist they announced was Blake Whiteley, a solo rap/hip hop artist signed to True Breed Records (the hip-hop cousin of Rockfest Records, under the Nashville Label Group umbrella).
Stryper guitarist Oz Fox has been battling brain tumors and seizures since 2018. This week, he needed prayer warriors to help him overcome another round of serious seizures.
In Dawn, Wolves at the Gate flex their creative muscle and display a musical dexterity that is a rarity in this scene.
Chicago-based indie rock band Ignescent has dropped their latest single, and the elements of their latest tune feels like the perfect addition to your Halloween playlist.
"Last Days" is a heavy song blending hip hop with hard rock while addressing the deeply spiritual issue of apocalyptic matters.
Fireflight has created an album uniquely urgent for 2020, certainly. But beyond that, they have created a rock record that says something truly timeless, that is likely to leave you more deeply rooted in who you are long after the last song has faded out.
All in all, The Path is a solid entry for a band that has perfected their sound and nailed down their songwriting. When the narrative of tearing down what puts us in positions of desperation (whether it’s destructive thoughts or inconsistent behaviors), holding on to the bonds we make, and fighting to find commonality and connection with others is considered, this is one of Fit For a King's more positive outings.
The RockDown Show with Dustin Tatro will be your listeners’ weekly destination for the top ten hottest songs in Christian Rock, a place to hear from the hearts of their favorite bands in each week’s Artist Spotlight, to hear the latest premiers, and take the issues they’re going through by the horns.
Lifehouse is the latest band to revisit the classics in a special livestream, announcing that they will be playing their 2000 album No Name Face in acoustic form on October 31.