Disciple will be touring in support of their latest album Love Letter Kill Shot now through May, and you can find the most up-to-date schedule at disciplerocks.com/tour.
At the end of one decade and the beginning of the next, the Rock On Purpose staff took some time to reflect on the albums that shaped the musical (and personal) landscape for them over the past 10 years.
Disciple will embark on the "Love Letter Kill Shot Tour" this month, starting with a few dates with The Protest and followed by dates with War Of Ages and Paradise Now for the rest of the spring.
Many years over the past decade, it has been a struggle to find enough albums to round out a satisfying end-of-year list. 2019 bucked that trend in a powerful way, offering up a wide range of outstanding albums in every sub-genre of rock and metal.
Disciple studio guitarist Andrew Stanton released his debut instrumental rock album via Soundstripe Music on December 13, according to a post on Facebook.
Disciple has announced that the next leg of the Love Letter Kill Shot Tour will span from February through May 2020 and feature supporting acts War of Ages and Paradise Now.
Today the biggest tour in Christian rock announced its lineup for 2020. The all-rock mega tour will feature Disciple, Seventh Day Slumber, Spoken, Convictions, and Relent.
Disciple headlines the Love Letter Kill Shot Tour, captured by Concert Fotos (Chad Fenner).
Disciple performs at Move the Hills 2019, captured by Breanne Ciccone.
Disciple is one of the most enduring forces in their genre, a powerhouse driven by the dual passions of rock and roll and the message of God's restorative love. Some bands might not have much to say after over two decades and eleven albums. But if you've heard Disciple's twelfth studio album Love Letter Kill Shot, you know that they still have plenty to talk about.