The Evening Hate EP proves that in this new era of more direct relationship with RED fans, the band is able to deliver with precision on what those fans want.
Demon Hunter just wrapped a special series of shows called An Evening With Demon Hunter. The unique evenings featured an acoustic set plus a fully plugged in and electric set, with a full merch line available. This gallery was captured by Tyler Byars.
As they prepare for their I For An I tour, today Red released a special 10th anniversary edition of Innocence and Instinct. The project is available digitally on Spotify and Apple Music, with album art referencing the original dark toned deluxe edition release from 2009.
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.
Love Letter Kill Shot is musically and thematically heavy, it's inventive while still being absolutely in keeping with Disciple's identity, and it offers a new kind of lifeline to listeners. These songs shy away from easy answers, choosing instead to simply walk beside the listener into the grave itself-- and out the other side.
Righteous Vendetta has been teasing the release of a new single for weeks now, and today they've finally shared that "Kill the Lights" will be releasing on Friday, September 6.
Skillet has officially expanded their horizons to the graphic novel realm. August 28, 2019 marked the released of Eden.
I Am Spartacus performs at Move the Hills, photographed by Breanne Ciccone.
The new songs from Victorious held up just as well in this setting as the older classics, leaving the room satisfied by a set that felt energetic and cohesive. Skillet's set on the Victorious War tour was a statement to me, to the whole world: Skillet doesn't need an arena to put on a good show.