Attaboy Joins Radiate Music, Releases New Single

Pop rock band Attaboy is newest addition to Radiate Music, the unique studio/management/label fusion helmed by producer Ian Eskelin (founding member of All Star United). Along with the announcement, the band christened the new era by releasing “Waking Up.”

The Indiana-based band has made a name for themselves playing concerts and camps across the country. “Waking Up” is the first taste of an upcoming full length album. The band enlisted Doug Weier (Anberlin, We Are Leo) for the track.

Guitarist Jeff Edgel describes the song as a kind of call to action. “In a world filled with hatred and barriers attempting to separate us, the song celebrates living a life characterized by unity and love.”

With a new album coming soon, you can keep up with Attaboy by finding them on Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, and Twitter.

Source: Hoganson Media

GoFundMe Launched To Support Matt “Mojo” Morginsky In Wake Of House Fire

The producers of the movie Pick It Up: Ska in the 90s have banded together to launch a GoFundMe campaign in support of former O.C. Supertones lead singer Matt “Mojo” Morginsky and his family, whose family home was recently lost in a house fire.

“On May 25, 2019 at 7:00 in the morning, the Morginsky family’s 100+ Year old Denver, Colorado home was struck by a sudden-and-accidental house fire, creating an immediate, total loss for the family,” according to the GoFundMe campaign page.

Fans of the band are being invited in to help out through the fundraiser.

At the time of publication, the campaign had raised over $5,000 to help the members of the family get back on their feet after losing all of their belongings due to the water and smoke damage, and the house being deemed an asbestos hazard by authorities.

Matt Morginsky is best known in these circles as the energetic lead singer of 90s Christian ska group The Orange County Supertones, which released six full length studio albums from 1996 to 2005, and a seventh, For The Glory, in 2012.  The Supertones lyrically were well known for their in-your-face theological depth.

Since then, Morginsky and his family has been serving as Lead Pastor at Grace and Peace Church in Denver, Colorado.  You can learn more about what Mojo has been up to in this new ministry role by visiting

Learn more about The O.C. Supertones by following them on Facebook, or by finding their music on Spotify and iTunes.

Seventh Day Slumber Impacting Billboard Charts With Latest Release

Rockfest Records announced that Closer To Chaos, the most recent release from Seventh Day Slumber (the band fronted by label founder Joseph Rojas), is finding fast success on Billboard charts.

In a social media post, Rockfest Records broke the news. The album is “hitting multiple charts its first week out! #39 Billboard Rock Album, #14 Billboard Hard Rock Album, #10 Christian/Gospel Album, #127 Billboards Top Current Album!”

Seventh Day Slumber is celebrating and thanking fans for the success by giving away a trip to Nashville for one lucky fan and a guest to hang out with the band for 3 days. All you have to do to win is share the video post and email a digital or physical copy of Closer To Chaos to the band. According to the video post on their Facebook page, the winner will be announced on July 29.

Frontman Joseph Rojas shares, “It’s deeply humbling to see this album hit multiple charts in its first week. This is a very personal project for us as a band, and we believe the messages in these songs are vital for so many people today. Witnessing fans embrace the music really reaffirms the mission we’re on.”

Keep up with Seventh Day Slumber by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or by visiting their website.

Source: Turning Point PR

RED Launches RED ENTERTAINMENT Alongside New Single ‘The Evening Hate’

RED released highly anticipated single “The Evening Hate” on Friday, June 7, the first track in their new independent chapter. Their own new label served as the launching pad for the single.

“The Evening Hate” has an accompanying short film, continuing RED’s tradition of pairing intense cinematic videos with their music. The song was distributed through The Fuel Music (Thousand Foot Krutch, Lacey Sturm).

The title itself references history, using the name that soldiers on the front lines of World War I gave to relentless enemy bombing. “While we all experience or witness hate throughout life, whether it be physical, mental or emotional, we all have the ability to crawl out and rise above such a tremendous adversary, hell bent on division and destruction. Without hate, the world would never know what true love really is,” bassist Randy Armstrong explains.

The band’s independent label is built from direct fan support, allowing them full creative freedom. The result is a full-octane rock sound on “The Evening Hate” like RED fans have come to love and expect. “Now with total control, fans won’t have to wait for music to come out every two to three years!” guitarist Anthony Armstrong explained. “We can do what we want, when we want and with whomever we want in order to make the best rock music we know how.”

You can find “The Evening Hate” on Spotify and Apple Music. Be a part of RED’s new era by finding them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Source: Hoganson Media Relations

Death Therapy Invites Fans to Help With RV Repairs

Experimental metal band Death Therapy is the most recent band to face the vehicle challenges of touring. As a result, the band has launched a GoFundMe to invite fans to help keep them on the road.

The RV that Death Therapy tours in is in need of generator repairs, a new toilet, and a new blower motor for the dash. “We will put thousands of miles on it this summer, and it’s likely we will run into a handful of other, unexpected repair needs,” singer Jason Wisdom shared. “Without exaggeration, it is ONLY because of the generosity and support of people like you that we are able to keep doing what we do. Thank you so much for considering helping us out!”

The band is about to hit the road for summer dates in support of their new album Voices. To follow the band as they continue to announce tour dates, find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Wolves At The Gate Releases Two Lyric Video from Upcoming ‘Eclipse’

Wolves At The Gate has released new lyric videos for the songs “A Voice in the Violence” and “The Cure,” tracks from upcoming album Eclipse.

Both songs have released since April, leading towards the July 26 release of Eclipse. You can preorder the album now. The band will also be heading out on a summer tour in support of the album, with dates available on bandsintown.

Eclipse is the follow up to acclaimed 2016 album Types & Shadows. To keep up with Wolves At The Gate, follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Lacey Sturm Collaborates with Breaking Benjamin

Lacey Sturm and Benjamin Burnley (Breaking Benjamin) both shared some exciting news on Instagram yesterday: they’re working in the studio together.

It’s not clear yet if the collaboration is for a future Breaking Benjamin project, or for the long-awaited second full length album from Lacey Sturm. But both singers were excited for the opportunity. “Wow what a voice!!!!! Very special thank you to @ilovejoshsturm @officiallaceysturmfor doing this!” Benjamin Burnley shared in his post. “Such an amazing job so honored to be a part of this with you!”

Lacey Sturm reposted the photo but didn’t give away too many clues. Her husband (who also is her guitar player) hinted on his own Instagram “Got some cool music projects coming up with @officiallaceysturm.”

This Breaking Benjamin collaboration follows up some intense writing sessions for Lacey with Skillet. She also recently released a set of devotional songs to accompany her study (find them at Fans have been eagerly clamoring for a follow up to 2016’s album Life Screams— and it looks like that might not be too far off.

To keep up with Lacey, follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

Skillet’s ‘Unleashed’ is Certified Gold

Skillet just announced that their album Unleashed has been certified gold. Unleashed was released two and a half years ago and has been played on nine different tours and in over 23 countries.

To be certified gold by the RIAA, an album has to sell over 500,000 units– a rare feat in the age of streaming. The album is highlighted by tracks like “Feel Invincible,” “The Resistance,” and “Back from the Dead.”

Skillet just returned from performing several dates in Russia and has announced yet another tour, The Victorious War Tour, with Sevendust. They also have announced their new record Victorious for release later this year, launching the first track off that upcoming album, titled “Legendary.” 

Skillet has had a busy year that’s not slowing down any time soon. To keep up with current tour dates, releases, and photos, follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the official Skillet Website. You can also view our most recent ROP Photo Gallery.

This post contributed by Sharayah Franklin.

Scott Stapp Unveils Lyric Video For “Name”

As anticipation continues to build for The Space Between the Shadows, Scott Stapp today dropped a lyric video for a rock ballad set to appear on the forthcoming album.

“Name” is a song about a son without a father– the space between the shadows, according to a post shared on social media.

In addition to this lyric video as well as a compelling video for the lead single “Purpose For Pain,” Stapp recently announced that he will embark on a tour in support of The Space Between the Shadows, his first new solo music since Proof of Life in 2013.

For more information about the former Creed frontman or to preorder the upcoming album, visit

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