A special radio broadcast featuring a star-studded lineup of major rock and alternative artists kicked off National Suicide Prevention Week today. The artists include Skillet, Disturbed, and Blink 182. The broadcast, under the initiative I'm Listening, aired on over 230 radio stations owned by Entercom, as well as on radio.com, where you can stream the broadcast. You can find out more at ImListening.org.
Skillet performed at Fox & Friends on July 26, 2019. All photos by ROP photographer Gina Monahan (Gemma The Rose).
Skillet performs on tour with Breaking Benjamin, Spring 2019. All photos by Mary Nikkel.
Fight the Fury performing on tour with Breaking Benjamin, photographed by Mary Nikkel.
The Skillet machine continues to fire on all cylinders in 2019, and the portfolio is growing more and more diverse with each new project. The latest endeavor is a graphic novel written by John Cooper called Eden: A Skillet Graphic Novel, in partnership with Z2 Comics. Illustration for the graphic novel were created by Chris [...]
Panheads in 2019 will have no problem getting their fill of all things Skillet. The latest in the Skilletverse is a brand new podcast hosted by John Cooper, aptly titled Cooper Stuff.
Skillet frontman John Cooper has partnered with Hawk and Hatchet to release a line of beard products. The line includes beard oil, beard wax, and beard wash.
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."
A photo gallery of Skillet's performance at Uprise 2018, contributed by Gina Rose Monahan.
John Cooper of Skillet's recently announced heavy side project Fight the Fury has released their first song today, along with making the preorder for an EP available. The song is titled "My Demons," from five song EP Still Breathing, and you can buy both on iTunes.