It seems like there is a great need for something positive and healing in so many of our lives in 2020. It is fitting that Nine Lashes released a heavy song delivering a powerful message of hope.
James Franchise, a solo artist from New York, has been making a name for himself by taking worship songs and giving them a metalcore spin.
In the hard rock scene, it is common for themes of mental health to be present in the lyrical content. Now Jake Luhrs, lead singer of August Burns Red, is combining physical health and mental health in a new venture.
In honor of the tenth anniversary of their pivotal song "Lower Still," My Epic has released a re-imagined version with spoken word artist Levi the Poet.
Love & Death, the band helmed by Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, unveiled a hype video that leaves fans wanting more– but also finally knowing when more is coming.
The Protest constructed a fantastic bridge between Great Lengths (2014) and Legacy (2018) with their latest single, "Greater."
Barry Blair, founding member and guitarist of Audio Adrenaline, released a hard rock cover of a Russ Taff and Charlie Peacock classic. "Down in the Lowlands" is a fresh take on a song that was covered in 2006 by his former band.
Rather than denying the experiences of sickness, sadness, and darkness that we inevitably experience, "Saved The Day" shows the way the character of God does not change in and through those moments.
The first guest vocalist The Letter Black announced was rock and rap legend Trevor McNevan from Thousand Foot Krutch, FM Static, and I Am The Storm. The second guest vocalist they announced was Blake Whiteley, a solo rap/hip hop artist signed to True Breed Records (the hip-hop cousin of Rockfest Records, under the Nashville Label Group umbrella).
Stryper guitarist Oz Fox has been battling brain tumors and seizures since 2018. This week, he needed prayer warriors to help him overcome another round of serious seizures.