“Enough” has a different tone compared to Matt Sassano's previous releases. The single portrays a vulnerability not usually displayed in the electro-pop/rock genre.
How could you respond to Anthem For the Outcast with just a word? Wow. There will be a few more words to describe it here, but suffice it to say that that one word really sums the entire experience up nicely. The debut album from The Midnight Wedding hits all the right notes and sets [...]
Behold The Beloved has released a new single title "Clenched Fists." They have also released an accompanying music video.
Heliocentric has planted themselves firmly on the map of the metal scene with Ishmael.
With Imago Amor, Remedy Drive uncovers what is truly at stake if we believe that everyone is created in the image of Love. Goodness, truth, healing, beauty– they are woven through the fabric of this world, shining in the face of the forgotten, the enslaved, the downtrodden. These songs ask if we're brave enough to go looking for them.
The Letter Black announced on their “Friday Night Live” video that they would be releasing a sneak peek of their upcoming single, “Born for This,” releasing on February 26, 2021. This track will feature the powerhouse vocals of Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch.
Remedy Drive is preparing to cap off Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January with their new album Imago Amor, due out on January 29. The album will be their third that supports the counter-trafficking efforts of The Exodus Road.
Faith-based metalcore band Theocracy broke from Christmas tradition in 2020 by not releasing a holiday themed tune for the first time since 2004. Instead, the Georgia rockers gave their fans another gift in the form of an announcement about next year.
Manchester, UK alt-rock band Amongst Wolves have launched a suicide awareness campaign that is not your typical campaign.
Trying to pinpoint exactly who German rock band Arson sounds like is no easy task. Put together a seamless blend of alternative rock (a la 12 Stones), classic rock (Theocracy and Stryper), symphonic rock (Red and Starest), and a dash of just straigh up metal, and you have the sound that Arson produces in their single "In Too Deep." While there is still refinement to be had in the sound, the overall delivery hits in all the right places.