Switchfoot has finally broken a year of silence with "Native Tongue," a thundering anthem of a song that reminds us who Switchfoot is-- and maybe who we are too in the process.
Burn the Ships marks the places of our pain and then calls us towards the wide open horizon of hope, setting our heartache alight behind us-- ultimately soundtracking the only journey worth taking.
Convictions' Hope for the Broken is an emotionally intense experience for those suffering from anxiety and heartache, songs which will bring a sense of spiritual peace, rest and hope.
lanetboom, the multi-cultural youth ministry of Planetshakers Church, released its fourth single in a year on August 10, 2018. “LEMME TELLYA” is a powerful and worshipful declaration of Jesus.
Leave it to Beartooth to have you plumbing the depths of your worst impulses one moment and celebrating the exhilarating momentum of rock and roll the next. This method of painting with the full palette of emotional experience is exactly what we want from Beartooth, and they deliver it on Disease with their most fine-tuned musical venture yet.
Epitaph Records post-hardcore band Thrice is back with their tenth studio album, Palms— their second project since returning from a four-year hiatus in 2015. Musically, Palms has something for everyone, ranging in style from soft and folksy to their trademark heavier brand of alternative rock. The album is perhaps the most diverse the band has released since... Continue Reading →
Adelaide has been steadily gaining steam on Christian rock charts and stages nationwide, and with good reason. The band's steady centering on a guitar-based sound paired with singer Adelaide's compelling alto create a combination rarely heard on recent release calendars. But more than their sound, Adelaide is focused on their mission. That much is clear... Continue Reading →
There is nothing as exhilarating as experiencing a rock and roll arena show live: the roar of the crowd as the speakers blare the sounds of everyone's favorite tunes, the lights, the curtain calls. One of the most difficult challenges bands face is how to capture that energy in a live album. That's precisely what... Continue Reading →
If you've heard anything from hard rock mainstays Thousand Foot Krutch-- in particular, if you've heard anything from their early years-- it's clear to see that their musical legacy is twofold: hip-hop and rock and roll, inextricably intertwined. That rapcore sound has launched them up the charts and into arenas over the past 20 years.... Continue Reading →