Manchester, UK-based alt-rockers, Amongst Wolves recently released their full-length album #choosetolive. The project is an eclectic journey through the world of mental health, addressed from a Christian perspective.
Heavy is an album that you can lean on, rock with, relate to, and emote through.
Skillet set fans into a frenzy when they started dropping hints that new music was on the horizon. They have now released the first single, "Surviving the Game," off their upcoming album (releasing in January of 2022) titled Dominion. You can view the music video below, an interesting concept video that gives more insight to [...]
Whom I Serve's Eternity is a hard-hitting album that pulls no punches about the band's faith
The Fire Itself is such pure metalcore, done so breathtakingly immaculately... the guitars are as intricate as Phinehas has ever written, and the breakdowns (and there are plenty) are some of their most complex.
Fremont, OH metalcore act Convictions have released their highly anticipated album I Won't Survive—and the hype was well justified.
For a band that has been around for more than 20 years, Pantokrator shows no signs of aging or slowing down with Marching Out of Babylon.
The 10-song, 45 minute journey that is Pale Home leads listeners to their deepest and often darkest inner places, where peace and hope can be found in the void.
Forsaken Hero has released an uplifting and atmospheric new song with “God of Revival." “God of Revival” has a powerful rock worship feel, and I am a fan especially of the stringed instrument start to the track. It gives an uplifting soaring feeling. The track then melds into what we've come to expect from Forsaken [...]
Amorphous is an experience built on soaring melodies, powerful beats, clever lyrics, and a welcome return to a soundscape shimmering through electronic beds while staying rooted in guitars. Icon For Hire portrays a world where our wounds do not lie in opposition to our strength, suggesting that maybe the two are inextricably linked. Maybe in all the unformed, amorphous moments of our lives, there is grace for all the conflicting truths about ourselves to coexist.