Reclaim the Day is a key voice in the new class of faith-based rock and roll. Their song "Who You Are" introduced the band to the world, showcasing a passionate and dramatic rock sound reminiscent of Skillet and Evanescence. 2021 has kicked off with the band's follow-up single, "Sentenced to Life." The band's mission is driven by the power of their own personal experiences with depression, anxiety, and grief, every lyric screaming with the force of the hope they've found. On behalf of Rock On Purpose, Matt Sassano caught up with the band on their new single and what lies ahead.
April Samuels, founder of Breast Cancer Can Stick It, shared with Rock On Purpose's Matt Sassano about what inspired her to spread awareness through rock and roll.
Listen to "Enforcers" by The Midnight Wedding (featuring Kevin Young of Disciple) exclusively right here on Rock On Purpose. Then read lead singer Brandon Trlak's thoughts on the powerful message behind the song.
Before Pitfest 2020 in Marion, Indiana, artist and ROP contributor Matt Sassano sat down with The Midnight Wedding's Brandon and Caitlin Trlak to talk about their music, their mission– and their favorite movies.
With their debut EP Illumine, Ever Eden has produced a solid set of tracks to sink your philosophical teeth into.
Meet Reclaim the Day, the hope-driven band from Indiana.
We're honored to share this guest feature from Rock On Purpose lead contributor Matt Durlin's son.
On February 14, RED released yet another heavy-hitting track off of their upcoming record Declaration, which will be available on April 10th. “All For You” is the latest of four singles released in anticipation of the new album.
Nothing More taught and empowered me to bleed the anger and bitterness and process through it. They called injustice out for what it was. They screamed for me. They shared my broken spirit. I learned to feel again through them after years of being told not to.
If you’ve ever been to our house in the past 20 years, you might have noticed this picture on the bookshelf in our computer room. Who is that strange man in what looks like a “family portrait” with my wife Lisa and our kids, Chris and Catie? That man is Brian Healy of Dead Artist [...]