The Midnight Wedding has recently been working with Josiah Prince (Disciple) to create their upcoming album at his studio, The Ranch. The album will be released sometime later this year.
While we wait for more info to drop on this album, they also released a new video for their 2012 song, "Hymn for Her" on Valentine's Day.
We reported that Random Hero was announcing an acoustic EP here. It will include tracks from their album Tension.
War of Ages announced two legs of their upcoming spring tour. Select dates feature Disciple and Paradise Now. Other dates feature just Convictions, while additional dates feature Convictions and Den.
Forsaken Hero has released a remix of "I Will," a partnership with Neon Feather.
Seventh Day Slumber released a powerful lyric video for their newest track, "Man Down." This song takes on mental health, specifically PTSD within the armed services. The song also went for adds at radio today.
Cypress & Co bring an eclectic sound to their latest release, Shadows. Shadows is set to release on January 31, 2020. This release over all has some amazing lyrical content and a definite diverse sound.
If you are a fan of Switchfoot, you probably don't need much convincing to check this remix album out. It keeps the classic Switchfoot feel with the powerful lyrics, but also doesn't stay with the comfortable.
Azusa and their record label, Solid State, announced a new album, Loop of Yesterday. This album will release on April 10, 2020. The album can be preordered on Azusa's online store, either in CD or LP form.
Billboard originally reported this week that Colton Dixon had switched record labels to Atlantic Records. Dixon was originally on Sparrow Records (a division of Capitol) after his American Idol run, but has decided to make the move to Atlantic Records while being mentored and guided by Skillet's John and Korey Cooper. Colton will be on the Cooper's label imprint, Hear It Loud.