As one of the strongest years for rock in recent memory draws to a close, here are Rock On Purpose we're reflecting on the best 2018 had to offer.
On December 28, House of Heroes played their first show in two years-- and they had a special guest.
It's already been a busy news week for Thrice, who dropped a new music video and announced that they'll be supporting Bring Me The Horizon for a run of shows early next year.
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.
Disciple concert photos by Mary Nikkel, taken in Harrisburg, AR on October 18, 2018.
Fight the Fury, the heavy music side project of Skillet's John Cooper and Seth Morrison, has released their debut EP Still Breathing today. The project landed at #1 on the iTunes rock charts as Billboard debuted a music video for the lead single, "My Demons."
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.
Ambient alt rock project Collington has released a new music video for their song "Trouble" from this year's In Between EP.