How does a band that has been around since the late 90s put together something fresh and new? Seventh Day Slumber's response to that question is their latest album Death By Admiration, an album that sees the band exploring territory they've only teased before.
Filled with equal parts melody and hardcore drive, Pain Split is an album that is easy to listen to, but it still packs a punch that won't soon be forgotten.
ulogies is a beautiful record from a band that fully knows what they are doing— and is really good at doing it.
Jonah 33 has returned after a 6 year absence with their new single "Blood Is Thicker."
Mr. Weaverface (Brandon Weaver) debuted in January 2022 with his first single, "Jesus Is Alive."
From beginning to end, Love Like Gravity offers listeners something uniquely foundational with Break The Silence. It's an invitation issued to those enduring difficult times: hold onto what you know to be true. Hold onto how loved you are by God. And, if it helps, hold onto the joy of solidly built rock and roll.
Taking Dominion as a whole, it’s evident that Skillet is using their influence in this pivotal moment to remind listeners of the power available to them through the living Spirit of God. Skillet’s approach has always been the straightforward passion that rock and roll was built for. That fearlessness is well-suited to dispelling the darkness of our current cultural anxieties.
Buried Above, the musical brainchild of Colton Reed, has been steadily gaining traction over the past couple years with tracks like "The Front Lines" and "It's Never Too Late." That building momentum comes to fruition with the explosive self-titled full-length debut album, Buried Above.
Fight The Fade has capped off 2021 with the release of a brand new single, "Composure." The song is a perfect culmination of their discography to this point, featuring a return of substantive guitar riffs married to ethereal electronics.
Manchester, UK-based alt-rockers, Amongst Wolves recently released their full-length album #choosetolive. The project is an eclectic journey through the world of mental health, addressed from a Christian perspective.