Following up on the band's last two singles this year, "Awaken Me" and "The Way Back Home" from February, Spoken took to social media on May 18 to drop a compelling 48 second teaser video for their newest song to come, "Fallen."
With Taming Tongues, Dens pushes the envelope of thematic exploration right down to the song titles, and the collaborative efforts bring so many genres together on this impressive project.
Fan speculation and anticipation has run hot for the past few years, centered around wondering when they'd have a new album from RED– and what that album might sound like. On April 3, their questions are answered by a blistering manifesto of identity with the scorching record Declaration.
RED does not disappoint with the newest track off their upcoming album Declaration. It has the signature sound that we've come to associate with RED. It is hard-hitting, but has a haunting melody to it that resonates with listeners.
"Kill The Pain" proves promising for what we might be able to expect in the future from The Emerald Escape. It satisfies every criteria for an excellent hard rock track while offering solidarity and the hope of God's ultimate healing to all who are in pain.
New artist Emerald Escape is preparing to release their first song, "Kill The Pain." The track is due out March 13, and it features former Skillet drummer Lori Peters.
Project 86 has released a video teasing "the final chapter." The video doesn't contain much information aside from a date: March 23, 2020.
The band Spoken announced on social media that the title of their next single is "The Way Back Home." This song will be released on February 21.
RED has announced that fans have the unique opportunity to win a flyaway trip to see the band perform live. There are other prizes available too, all available through Tunespeak.
Nothing More taught and empowered me to bleed the anger and bitterness and process through it. They called injustice out for what it was. They screamed for me. They shared my broken spirit. I learned to feel again through them after years of being told not to.