Chains Unchained was a uniquely powerful and timely festival, full of some of the most passionate bands in faith-based rock.
Although there are a few summer festivals set to return, like Kingdom Come Fest and Chains Unchained in July, live music and large crowds are still largely missing from 2020. The Protest lead vocalist Josh Bramlett will be playing some solo acoustic shows this summer to fill that gap.
The Rockfest family is excited to bring three bands together on The Freedom to Rock Tour, now booking 20 dates, according to a post on social media.
If you are missing live music as much as we are and can't make it to any of the shows that are starting to pop up, Chains Unchained Festival has a live stream opportunity available for fans.
Christian Rock X, an Instagram based news outlet, will co-host a two day virtual festival June 19 and 20. According to a post on Instagram, Contagion Fest will be co-hosted by iChristianRock (ICR) and will stream live on YouTube.
Rockfest Records announced this week that there will be a Various Artists Compilation coming out on Friday, May 15.
The Protest drummer Jarob Bramlett is a man of many talents and passions. In addition to throwing down on drums for The Protest and even filling in for Jen Ledger on a few Skillet shows last winter, Bramlett is a graphic designer and artist. He designed the logo for The Grizzly Awards this year, and [...]
Indiana based Rockfest Records band The Protest continues to grow their ministry in 2020 beyond the music. The most recent partnership the band has launched is all about helping men overcome pornography addiction and put an end to sex trafficking and slavery. In a social media post announcing the partnership with Don't Buy Sex, the [...]
The Protest has gotten creative with their unexpected time off the road, releasing a special t-shirt to fund coronavirus relief efforts. The limited run of shirts is available for preorder now.
The Protest will be opening the Love Letter Kill Shot Tour in support of Disciple through the end of January.