Albums
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TFK, The End is Where We Begin Revisited

Linda | October 16, 2017

Thousand Foot Krutch’s 2012 release has been stuck in my car CD player for five years! This concept album takes us on a journey through our faith as Christians. It starts out with a Darth Vader type voice drawing  you in with these words "You have activated all systems, deactivation... (read more)

12 Stones – Picture Perfect

Donn King | August 21, 2017

The 5th release from 12 Stones, Picture Perfect, is a good hard rock release with twelve tracks and two bonus songs make for a nice long album. 12 Stones is an American Christian post-grunge band that was formed in 2000 in Louisiana.  Their last release was Beneath the Scars in... (read more)

Seventh Day Slumber – Found

Donn King | August 21, 2017

It's just heavy enough and yet you can still understand the lyrics perfectly. And that's the style Seventh Day Slumber plays perfectly with a mix of harder music and ballads and Christ centered lyrics. I love heavy metal and really enjoy the real heavy stuff with screams and growls but... (read more)

Nothing Left, Destroy and Rebuild

Donn King | May 14, 2017

This is a new group started by Ryan and Brandon Leitru from the band For Today. They bring in Danon Saylor on vocals from a bullet for pretty boy and Alex Camarena on drums from Silent planet. And so was born a new supergroup. Make no mistake, this is not... (read more)

Dire – Volume 1

Donn King | April 16, 2017

This is Dire, an indie metal band from Georgia's release from 2016. We can expect great things from these guys. The first track All Glory just hits you in the face with Christian metal. The growling in the chorus singing all glory to the one true God just blows you... (read more)

Demon Hunter – Outlive

Donn King | April 15, 2017

With lead vocalist, Ryan Clark's side project of electronic pop, we were worried that they'd go soft. But worry no longer. The new release is plenty heavy. There is some electronic sound but it fits nicely. The album is a great release from a band that is just straight heavy... (read more)

Death Therapy – The Storm Before the Calm

Donn King | March 12, 2017

This is the new project from Jason Wisdom, the former lead singer of Christian death metal band Becoming The Archetype. But he's come up with a totally different sound while still getting his trademark growls into the vocals. What makes it so interesting is that for a metal band, there... (read more)

Red, of Beauty and Rage

Aimee DiDomenico | February 24, 2017

With an exceedingly growing career,  It is no surprise that Red once again makes an outstanding delivery.  This particular album; of Beauty and Rage is by far their greatest work yet. Although they are not known for an upbeat sound,  they nonetheless glorify their Creator with a raw and relative... (read more)

Islander, Power Under Control

Linda | February 12, 2017

I became obsessed with Islander's Power Under Control when every song drew me in and kept me engaged. The songs vary in genre being described as alt-rock, punk via hip-hop inspired,  alt- punk, emo, second wave nu-metal, modern with some retro undertones and likened to a Deftones, POD, Afghan Whigs and... (read more)

Disciple, Long Live The Rebels

Donn King | February 8, 2017

What to say about Disciple? This is their 13th studio release and they continue to stay true to form. They're always good with a nice mix of harder stuff and the power ballad and they do it again here. For me, the ballads God is with Us and Empty Grave... (read more)