HeartSupport is joining forces with bands like Love & Death, Lacey Sturm, We Came As Romans, August Burns Red and Memphis May Fire for one massive, hope-filled livestream for World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10. The livestream will take place on Twitch at 5:00 PM Eastern, and you can RSVP to the event at https://fb.me/e/2pSKYXc2M.
Metalcore mainstay Memphis May Fire has dropped a new single and music video, titled "Bleed Me Dry." The track is the third from the Rise Records band in 2021, following "Blood and Water" and "Death Inside."
Zahna released her single “Better Run” earlier this summer, and she added to it on August 27 with the release of the highly anticipated music video.
Finding Hope Festival was founded with the intention of meeting people in the midst of their mental health struggles: depression, anxiety, addiction and suicidal thoughts. They meet people first with songs that provide anthems of hope for the hopeless. They follow up with practical ministries and resources to continue to support each person in their recovery journey.
Skillet announced the upcoming release of a new single, due out on September 15, 2021. The single is titled "Surviving the Game."
Music provides opportunities for impossible dreams to become reality. Enter Memphis May Fire frontman Matty Mullins, as his band announced a tour with Breaking Benjamin and Papa Roach.
Earth Groans has released their new single "Drink," the first track from their upcoming The Body EP, which is due out on September 3.
Fireflight has released a timely, hope-saturated single with “Keep Your Head Up,” a stand-out offering from Who We Are: The Head and The Heart.
Mainstay metal band Phinehas has announced a new album (their first since 2017): The Fire Itself is due August 27. With that announcement, they've released the hard-hitting single "In the Night."
Alex Cooper, daughter of John and Korey Cooper of Skillet, was recently featured in Brio Magazine, a Focus on the Family publication.