In Dawn, Wolves at the Gate flex their creative muscle and display a musical dexterity that is a rarity in this scene.
Fireflight has created an album uniquely urgent for 2020, certainly. But beyond that, they have created a rock record that says something truly timeless, that is likely to leave you more deeply rooted in who you are long after the last song has faded out.
The RockDown Show with Dustin Tatro will be your listeners’ weekly destination for the top ten hottest songs in Christian Rock, a place to hear from the hearts of their favorite bands in each week’s Artist Spotlight, to hear the latest premiers, and take the issues they’re going through by the horns.
With an impressive musical resume including five years playing for Kutless and stints in rock worship bands Worth Dying For and Kingdom, Nate is an experienced instrumentalist. With his debut album I'm A Wreck, for the first time the world had the opportunity to hear his perspective as well as his notable guitar riff skills. The result is true Christian punk rock: the kind that challenges the ruling powers of our modern landscape while pledging allegiance to the Kingdom of Heaven alone. We talked about that kind of music, and about his impressive DIY work ethic, in this exclusive interview.
Seventh Day Slumber recently wrapped up their 34 city "Freedom to Worship Tour," a seemingly impossible feat during a global pandemic, but their mission and message was clear: bringing people hope and light in a time where that is in dire supply.
Before Pitfest 2020 in Marion, Indiana, artist and ROP contributor Matt Sassano sat down with The Midnight Wedding's Brandon and Caitlin Trlak to talk about their music, their mission– and their favorite movies.
Nate Parrish is preparing to release his next single, "Bullets and Blades," on October 23 in partnership with Indie Vision Music. You can hear a preview of the song via Indie Vision.
Fireflight has released a new single and music video for "Who We Are," the first track from their upcoming two part album The Head and The Heart.
Buried Above, the up-and-coming rock project helmed by Colton Reed, has released the new single "It's Never Too Late" accompanied by a music video. The video (directed by Joel Burris) debuted via major metalcore YouTube channel Spaceuntravel.
The deluxe additions made a good album even better, filling out the themes of victory in struggle while expanding the musical palette. I have no doubt that Victorious: The Aftermath will be the definitive version of this album from here on out.