Buried Above, the up-and-coming rock project helmed by Colton Reed, has released the new single "It's Never Too Late" accompanied by a music video. The video (directed by Joel Burris) debuted via major metalcore YouTube channel Spaceuntravel.
To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) has announced their yearly campaign for September's National Suicide Prevention Week and World Suicide Prevention Day. This year's theme is "Worth Living For," based on a piece by spoken word artist Levi the Poet. You can learn more about the campaign at worthlivingfor.com.
Relent is a fast-rising newcomer in the rock world, offering a rock-meets-hip hop sound that is both musically and thematically intense. Their passionate lyrics on the debut album Heart Attack tackle hard topics with a perspective of solidarity and hope. The band recently dropped the new song “Low” in advance of their re-release of Heart [...]
TWLOHA is celebrating 14 years as an organization bringing hope, education, and encouragement to people dealing with depression, self-injury, addiction, and suicide.
A special radio broadcast featuring a star-studded lineup of major rock and alternative artists kicked off National Suicide Prevention Week today. The artists include Skillet, Disturbed, and Blink 182. The broadcast, under the initiative I'm Listening, aired on over 230 radio stations owned by Entercom, as well as on radio.com, where you can stream the broadcast. You can find out more at ImListening.org.
Every year, the organization To Write Love On Her Arms carefully crafts a campaign around World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10). The nonprofit has a long history in the music scene, a legacy that continues as artists participate in this year's theme. This year, the WSPD campaign theme is "You Make Today Better." According to [...]
Heart Support, the mental health centered organization founded by August Burns Red's Jake Luhrs, hosted a Flourish Gala. The gala's speakers, panelists and attendees including iconic metal musicians like Matty Mullins (Memphis May Fire), Austin Carlile (former Attack Attack and Of Mice & Men), Garrett Russell (Silent Planet) and Ryan Kirby (Fit For A King).
Our heart to those who have personally struggled with suicide is that it is tough right now, there's no denying that. However, it gets better. I think as teenagers and young adult its hard to see just how big the world is. We get so narrow focused on what's right in front of us that we can't even comprehend that we'll ever get past this. But suicide ends the possibility that it'll get better and doesn't allow us to trust the Lord to use us and teach us through those dark times.
Big Picture Media recently announced that they are teaming up with Hopeless Records to release a compilation called Songs That Saved My Life. According to the announcement on social media, the compilation will be available on November 9 and will feature Taking Back Sunday, Against Me, The Maine and more. These bands "come together to [...]
In the Bible, James 1 reminds us to be slow to speak and quick to listen. These words are a lifetime challenge, one that I’ve been wrestling with since growing up in a Christian conservative household. As I grow in age and gain wisdom, these words have taught me that by taking time to listen [...]