Disciple recently rocked out for fans in their Love Letter Lockdown full production livestream performance. Craving live music, many of our staff attended safely at home. Rock On Purpose contributing writers Sharayah Franklin, Sam Segar, Jessica Walker, and Matt Durlin took some time after the show to discuss their experience.
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.
In their latest EP, Prettiest of Things, Earth Groans has crafted a work of art so brutally true it needs to be heavy. “Gold” starts off the EP with some feedback and a classic hardcore riff. Then vocalist Jeremy Schaeffer joins in the mix. The lyrics are the heaviest part of the song, perfectly describing [...]
On March 11, South Carolina hard rock band Collision Of Innocence released a heavy-hitting new single called "Upon The Horizon," their first new music since they released "Running Away From You" in 2019.
Reclaimers has a solid rock sound with guitars that are atmospheric, melodies that hook you in, and EDM and orchestral elements. This month, Reclaimers released a new single titled "Misnomer."
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.