If Jars of Clay circa If I Left The Zoo era collaborated with PFR and sprinkled in a touch of Twenty One Pilots, the result would sound something like what former Flyleaf guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya is creating with his collaborative side project Belle And The Dragon.
In their latest EP, Prelude, Theody crafts a story of the beginning of an ascent after a fall into the depths of darkness.
Turn the Light On is an album with something for every rock fan, from impressive rangy vocals to hard and heavy metal and screamed vocals.
Eclipse is an album not for the faint of heart as it dives deep on spiritual themes presented with polished, hard and heavy headbangers with a few beautiful ballads mixed in to cut the tension.
What does it take to win a battle? Beyond tactics or strategies, you need a good battle cry. With Skillet’s new album Victorious, the battle with depression, doubt, and regret has found its rallying anthem.
In The Dark is an album full of catchy melodies that serve as an invitation to sing along in worship, while providing plenty of rock and roll goodness. Silversyde delivers a performance that is full of passion and provides "wow" moments musically and lyrically that will leave listeners in higher spirits.
Above the Ashes is a masterpiece that honestly explores the depths of the human experience. The music feels like pain, betrayal, and triumph; the lyrics outline an epic journey of running away, repeatedly failing to stand alone, and finally returning home.
Switchfoot has solidified their place in the music world over the course of eleven albums after first becoming household name with the anthems “Meant to Live” and “Dare You to Move.” One might think that with a career spanning 23 years they would be locked into a sound and not pushing boundaries. Switchfoot however has [...]
The best rock and roll is always born of fire, be it the fire of our own personal hells or the fire of the Spirit that ultimately burns us clean. The Persuaded's full length debut Dawn of Destruction is born of both.
If you're looking for hope for where rock might be headed in 2019, "My Declaration" by Bayless is a good start.