In Love. In Hope. In Peace. offers something for everyone, from acoustic and melodic to hard rock and even a little bit of southern rock added in for good measure. Lyrically, the album doesn't rest in one place, but rather explores themes that offer love to the unloved, peace in times of trial and unrest, and hope when life feels hopeless.
Along with covering mainstream acts like Halsey, Tool, and Soundgarden, The Veer Union included an amped up version of "I'm So Sick" by Flyleaf.
This band brings it with gritty and heavy rock guitars, elements of rap and hip-hop, and passionate, edgy vocals. The album is aptly titled because the energy explosion will leave listeners with hearts racing from the adrenaline rush.
Paradise Now puts themselves squarely in the center of the Christian rock scene with this debut on Tooth & Nail Records, leaving listeners clamoring for more from this high-octane and energetic group from Wales.
The personal trials of former Creed frontman Scott Stapp have been well-documented over the years, from substance abuse struggles to mental illness. He has worked hard to overcome these challenges, and it is through this lens that The Space Between The Shadows was born. Stapp brings a level of energy and passion to his third [...]
Musically, Voices carries a mysterious theme with a lot of intensity and energy provided through the experimentation with a variety of sounds. This is among the more creative heavy metal projects currently on the market, and Death Therapy pulls off this explosion of sound on Voices with expertise and attention to detail.
Their latest release, Oh, The Horror!, demonstrates growth as they explore deep subject matters and introduce fans to an edgier brand of what they have self identified as "beautycore."
Earlier this year, we introduced you to Mirratal, a symphonic metal band from The Ukraine. Their lead single, "Abyss of Lunacy," left us all wanting to hear more from the rockers. The wait is over as Mirratal released their debut full length album on January 30th. Castaway is a polished musical adventure that will sweep [...]
7eventh Time Down has always made upbeat music that edifies the church, with hit songs like "God Is on the Move" and "Just Say Jesus," but a new term might be needed to describe the musical style on their newest album Brand New Day.
Themes throughout Obscene are directly in line with Amongst the Giant's mission to inspire and give hope, while connecting with people on deeply personal level along the way.