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.
The Midnight Wedding has announced that their debut album, Anthem for the Outcast, will be releasing on February 12.
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.
Jon Foreman has released the first three songs from his upcoming solo album Departures. The songs are "Education," "Red and Gold," and "Jesus, I Have My Doubts," and the full album will be following on February 12.
The Grizzly Awards has officially launched fan voting for their second year of celebrating faith-based rock and metal. Fans can vote at thegrizzlyawards.com/vote.
Anberlin has announced the latest in a series of livestreams revisiting their past albums. Paper Tigers will see the band performing their 2008 album New Surrender on January 8. Tickets and merch packages are available at anberlinmerch.com.
The Grizzly Awards is gearing up for their second annual year of celebrating faith-based rock and metal by opening a form for artists, labels, and management to submit their music for nominee consideration. They’ve also launched a special opportunity for artists to get their music heard with the brand new COVID-Trax Contest.
Dead Poetic singer Brandon Rike is back on the music scene with his new project At Night We Strike, who just released their single "DNR (Still Need More)." The song is released in honor of the band's member Lucas Starr, also the founding bassist of Oh, Sleeper, who passed away two years ago.
Voting has launched for the 9th annual We Love Christian Music Awards, including their Rock Album of the Year and Rock Song of the Year categories. Fans can vote as many times as they want between now and January 19 at https://nrt.cc/votenow.