Eight years after their debut album, Between Here and Lost, Love and Death have released a new album full of grit and honesty in Perfectly Preserved.
“Enough” has a different tone compared to Matt Sassano's previous releases. The single portrays a vulnerability not usually displayed in the electro-pop/rock genre.
Disciple's Anniversary X was an evening that celebrated where the band has been in the past while proving why they're still at the forefront of their industry in the present. Rock On Purpose contributing writers Jessica Walker, Sharayah Franklin, and Sam Segar took some time to reflect and share their thoughts on the experience.
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.
I Am Empire is back with an EP of never-before-heard songs from the Anchors sessions, plus a few acoustic versions of tunes from the Kings era.
Set to release next Friday, August 28, ANOTHER MAN'S TREASURE will consist of 5 unreleased songs.
"No Return" is a vicious song that refuses to water down the stories that far too many people are living out today.
Brutally raw screams backed by the electronic tones of trap music bring life to honest lyrics. Man Ov God's latest single, “Black Sheep,” screams the narrative of the faith-filled followers of Christ who don't fit in with the mainstream church.
Grizzly award-winning bassist Jason Wisdom keeps pushing genre boundaries with Death Therapy. The project's latest single, “Guardian Awakening,” takes a step away from previous releases and into the dynamic world of video-game inspired instrumentals.
In their latest EP, Prettiest of Things, Earth Groans has crafted a work of art so brutally true it needs to be heavy. “Gold” starts off the EP with some feedback and a classic hardcore riff. Then vocalist Jeremy Schaeffer joins in the mix. The lyrics are the heaviest part of the song, perfectly describing [...]