Reclaim the Day is a hard-hitting group out of Indiana that never fails to bring intensity with their music. Their new EP Psalms is no exception. Each of the 5 songs packs a punch.
The ten tracks on Nazarites were all written by lead vocalist and bassist Travis McConnell and guitarist Logan Ellis. Each song screams unapologetic scripture, a staple of the band’s music throughout the years.
Fight The Fade is continuing to build up to the July 22 release of APOPHYSITIS with the fresh singles "Lost it All" and "Revival."
Icon For Hire has released a blistering anthem of defiance with their new song "Dismantled." The single's release also served as the announcement of their forthcoming album The Reckoning, which is available at https://iconforhire.lnk.to/thereckoning.
Bayless has released a stirring rock song centered on the hope of rescue with "Searchlights." The band has also released an accompanying music video, showcasing the stunning cinematic visual style they've become known for.
“I've experienced these types of nights only a handful of times in my young life. There were moments I truly felt abandoned by God.” Zahna explains. “But even through turbulent times in my faith, when I believed that God wasn’t listening to my prayers, He always showed me later somehow that He was with me, and He has always been with me.”
Five-piece midwest rockers Fight The Fade's latest single "On My Own" continues the campaign towards their upcoming album, APOPHYSITIS.
This year has been, as my mental health coach likes to say, a gnarly roller coaster ride of a year. In particular, I want to reflect back on how music has been integral throughout this year.
Rock music has a unique way of communicating pain. Its often visceral and raw sound is the perfect complement to the weight hurt often carries. When all within us wants to shriek and scream, metal expresses for us what’s going on internally.
Gold Frankincense and Myrrh (GFM) has been busy releasing music, touring with Fozzy and getting fans excited for their debut on Rockfest Records. Framing My Perception is set to release on May 27, and they have dropped three singles from the album— most recently, "The Enemy."