Themes throughout Obscene are directly in line with Amongst the Giant's mission to inspire and give hope, while connecting with people on deeply personal level along the way.
Circles is a fun and high-energy album that touches on themes of overcoming addictions, anxiety and loneliness. Longtime fans will appreciate that P.O.D. returns to their latin and SoCal influences as they reflect on the magnitude of what it means to have successfully been a band for a quarter century.
That call to live, no matter the pain (or the healing) it might lead you through, lies at the core of Memphis May Fire's Broken. It asks a question worth considering: do any of us live fully before we've been broken?
Still Just Breathing blew me away with its musical maturity, satisfyingly unapologetic rock sound, earnest humanity, and resolute message of redemption.
The Beast You Feed proves that VERIDIA can consistently deliver intentional musical excellence and a thoughtful, heart-on-your-sleeve approach to lyrics that is instantly arresting.
Remembering that everything that is old becomes new again leaves us with hope at the end of dark seasons in life. When the End Began will take us through this emotionally and spiritually gripping cycle again and again.
Fight the Fury has staked a claim as one of the best heavy projects to be released this year. Still Breathing will satisfy Panheads looking for a return to the louder side of Skillet.
Ignescent is a six member hard rock band from the windy city of Chicago, Illinois, formed in 2008 by lead vocalist Jennifer Benson. The band has shared the stage with acts like Lacey Sturm, Stryper, Memphis May Fire, The Devil Wears Prada and more.