If you've been on any of their social media pages in the last day then you have noticed Skillet and the individual band members have posted a video alluding to something called "Fates Motel," with "no vacancy" flashing underneath in an ode to a kind of "Bates Motel" style sign.
Skillet and Theory of a Deadman have announced that they'll be co-headlining the Rock Resurrection Tour in 2023, with Saint Asonia serving as support. The 25 city tour will span February and March 2023.
This year has been, as my mental health coach likes to say, a gnarly roller coaster ride of a year. In particular, I want to reflect back on how music has been integral throughout this year.
Lacey Sturm served as co-host on the latest episode of Trevor Talks to interview Skillet’s Korey Cooper, creating a once-in-a-lifetime conversation between two of the most influential forces in purpose-driven rock.
Taking Dominion as a whole, it’s evident that Skillet is using their influence in this pivotal moment to remind listeners of the power available to them through the living Spirit of God. Skillet’s approach has always been the straightforward passion that rock and roll was built for. That fearlessness is well-suited to dispelling the darkness of our current cultural anxieties.
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 [...]
Skillet announced the upcoming release of a new single, due out on September 15, 2021. The single is titled "Surviving the Game."
Alex Cooper, daughter of John and Korey Cooper of Skillet, was recently featured in Brio Magazine, a Focus on the Family publication.
On the latest episode of the Trevor Talks podcast, Skillet frontman John Cooper shared some inside details about a new Skillet song coming later this year.
Platinum-earning drummer, breast cancer survivor, producer: Lori Peters-George has worn a lot of hats in her lifetime. Although her years as drummer for Skillet saw her on stages around the world during the band's early ascent to fame, the ways she has spent her life in the years since that season came to a close might be even more significant. Rock On Purpose contributor Matt Sassano spent some time talking with Lori and her husband Chris George, taking a deep dive into their story, their studio, and the redemption testimonies that drive them.