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Donn’s Top 10 Christian Albums

Donn King | July 26, 2018

This is a rundown of my top ten favorite Christian albums. This was tough. I had to leave out a ton of albums and I broke my rule of no live albums. Don’t forget that I’ve been saved since 2006, so it’s mostly newer stuff. Okay, let’s get this started.

NUMBER TEN is Relient K – MMHMM – released 2004
This one might surprise people but this is my favorite album of theirs and they have some really great songs over the years. Who I am hates who I’ve been, is a stand out song for me. But there’s a bunch of hits here back when air1 played cool music like this. Miss those days.

NUMBER NINE is Underoath – define the great line — 2006
They may now say they’ve walked away from the church and are no longer a Christian band. But in 2006, they had a powerful belief and faith and this album took secular and Christian metalheads by storm. I was just born again and found this album and was blown away. Forget that it was Christian music because I didn’t think any metal could sound like this. In Regards To Myself and Writing On The Walls are my favorite songs. If you’re in to metal then this is not an album to miss.
I don’t care what they’re saying now about they’re faith. Their music is awesome. We should pray for a revival for them instead of judging their current comments. Haven’t you been hurt before by a church? Really, never? Then you’re a lucky one. Pray instead of abandoning.

NUMBER EIGHT is Fit For A King – Deathgrip — released 2016
This album is awesome. It’s dark and attacks our thinking that everything as a Christian is just fine and dandy. I got to see these guys live and meet and talk with lead singer, Ryan Kirby. Just a great guy with a great heart for the lost and hurting. This might be a little heavy for some of you. But to me, this is Christian metalcore at its best. It was hard not to rank this higher.

NUMBER SEVEN is Project 86 – and the rest will follow – released 2005
This was a tough choice for me. This is a great band, that I don’t listen to nearly enough, and they don’t have a bad album. So I knew I needed them on my list but which album to put there. So I listened to them all and still couldn’t decide on just one but I had my rule of one album from each artist on the list. So this is it. And I love this album. It is heavy and in your face metal just like I love it. It hits hard right on the first track and never lets up. Released only a year before I found salvation and was my first album I bought from them. Still holds as one of their best, in my opinion. But they don’t have one bad album on their list.

NUMBER SIX is Crowder – American prodigal – released 2016
I was never a huge David Crowder Band fan but when he went solo as just Crowder, I fell in love with his new sound. And with his second release here, I can’t get enough of the album. Yeah, I’m a metalhead. But I know awesome music in any style and this album is just that good. Got to see him live last year and maybe this year too, and he makes these songs come alive.

NUMBER FIVE is Demon Hunter – Storm the Gates of Hell – released 2007
Like Disciple at 5, I had a hard time choosing which album was my favorite. They’re all awesome. But for me, 2006-2007 stuff will always stand out. Not a bad song here. Blend of screams and clean vocals. Perfect stuff. Lead us Home stands out for me. These guys just pump out good strong straight metal. Give this one a listen. Check out their live album for a good mix of their early stuff.

NUMBER FOUR is Demon Hunter – Storm the Gates of Hell – released 2007
Like Disciple at 5, I had a hard time choosing which album was my favorite. They’re all awesome. But for me, 2006-2007 stuff will always stand out. Not a bad song here. Blend of screams and clean vocals. Perfect stuff. Lead us Home stands out for me. These guys just pump out good strong straight metal. Give this one a listen. Check out their live album for a good mix of their early stuff.

NUMBER THREE is Kutless – live in Portland – released in 2006
We have arrived at number 3 and the one I broke my rules with. I said no live albums or greatest hits albums. Well, I love Kutless and particularly love their live performance, so I just had to pick this album. Released the same year I was saved and I was blown away by not just how good the CD was but the accompanying DVD was even better. This is early Kutless and what made them such an awesome Rock/Hard Rock group. They have a great heart for the Lord. And this album hits all their early hits. Definitely give it a listen or a hundred listens.

NUMBER TWO is Switchfoot – where the light shines through
We’ve arrived at number 2 and this one will be controversial.. Yes, I know and I agree, this is not their best album. But the songs on this album speak so deeply to me and where I’m at in my life and what I’ve been through in my life and especially the last 5 years. I can’t get enough of this album. “The scars are where the light shines through”. If the house burns down tonight. The day that I found God. Hope is the anthem. I feel like this album gets me and was written to me personally. So even though I agree it’s not their best work, to me it is easily my fav

NUMBER ONE is Skillet – Comatose — released 2006
Well, we’ve arrived at number one. Drumroll please…….. and here it is with probably little surprise. I was born again in 2006 and this was my first hard rock/metal album bought at the Christian living store. I listened to a few tracks there and was blown away. There is Christian music like this, I thought? Being just born again, Rebirthing became my theme song. And with my mental health history, The Last Night felt like it was speaking directly to me. Not a bad track on the album. Felt like good ole 80s hard rock/metal to me. But I felt the coolest track was the finale, Looking For Angels. This is Christian hard rock that I still love to here. So that closes out my top ten.

Here is the final list of my top ten favorite Christian albums:

10) Relient K – MMHMM
9) Underoath – define the great line
8) Fit For A King – Deathgrip
7) Project 86 – and the rest will follow
6) Crowder – American prodigal
5) Disciple – scars remain (extended edition)
4) Demon Hunter – Storm the Gates of Hell
3) Kutless – live in Portland
2) Switchfoot – where the light shines through
1) Skillet – Comatose

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Let the Sparks Fly, TFK

TFK, Let the Sparks Fly

Linda | March 21, 2018

Let the Sparks Fly

-There’s no such thing as maybe,
burn it like it’s fading,
No more hesitating,
Let the sparks fly baby.
Drive it like ya race it,
You can call me crazy,
I’m just tired of waiting,
Let the sparks fly baby.

Give me one if it’s real
And two if you can feel it
Give me three signs that you’re awake
It only takes one spark
For two to fall apart
And three more to blow it away

Give me one if it’s real
And two if you can feel it
Give me three signs that you’re awake
It only takes one spark
For two to fall apart
And three more to blow it away

Let me take you into the light
There’s nowhere to hide
There’s nothing but darkness left here
Shake it off and let’s take a ride
‘Cause heaven’s not far away
And I’m not gonna leave you here

There’s no such thing as maybe
Burn it like it’s fading
No more hesitating
Let the sparks fly baby
Drive it like ya race it
You can call me crazy
I’m just tired of waiting
Let the sparks fly baby

Give me one good reason
Two more to believe in
And three shots at why I should wait
‘Cause I got one more match
Two strikes left
You got to three to get out of my way

Give me one if it’s real
And two if you can feel it
Give me three signs that you’re awake
It only takes one spark
For two to fall apart
And three more to blow it away

Let me take you into the light
There’s nowhere to hide
There’s nothing but darkness left here
Shake it off and let’s take a ride
‘Cause heaven’s not far away
And I’m not gonna leave you here

There’s no such thing as maybe
Burn it like it’s fading
No more hesitating
Let the sparks fly baby
Drive it like ya race it
You can call me crazy
I’m just tired of waiting
Let the sparks fly baby

Let the sparks fly baby

Let me take you into the light
There’s nowhere to hide
There’s nothing but darkness left here
Shake it off and let’s take a ride
‘Cause heaven’s not far away
And I’m not gonna leave you here

Let me take you into the light
There’s nowhere to hide
There’s nothing but darkness left here
Shake it off and let’s take a ride
‘Cause heaven’s not far away
And I’m not gonna leave you here

Let me take you into the light
There’s nowhere to hide
There’s nothing but darkness left here
Shake it off and let’s take a ride
‘Cause heaven’s not far away
And I’m not gonna leave you here

There’s no such thing as maybe
Burn it like it’s fading
No more hesitating
Let the sparks fly baby
Drive it like ya race it
You can call me crazy
I’m just tired of waiting
Let the sparks fly baby

Linda Fau

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Unforsaken

Unforsaken, Adelaide

Linda | March 15, 2018

Adelaide is working on their second album. You can be part of this exciting project by supporting them on Kickstarter. They are close but need your support by March 19th to be funded. They heart and mission is clear. They hope to reach people with their music and the message of hope in Christ. Won’t you support this worthy mission?

Adelaide Website

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Spring 2018 Tour Schedules

Spring 2018 Concert Tours

Linda | March 11, 2018

With Spring on the horizon getting your concerts lined up may be on your agenda.  Following is a listing of links for concerts , tours and festivals lined up in the US this Spring. If you know of any concerts that aren’t listed, email us at rockinwithpurpose@mail.com so we can add them.

You can track your favorite bands’ concert schedules on

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It’s exciting to have concerts lined up to look forward to. It gets you through those long work days. I hope you’ll share your concert experiences with us on the RockinwithPurpose Facebook Page.

Spring 2018 Tour Schedules

CITY ROCKFEST TOUR

DEATH THERAPY TOUR

DECYFER DOWN CONCERTS

DEVIL WEARS PRADA TOUR

DISCIPLE TOUR

EARTH GROANS TOUR

HOTEL BOOKS TOUR

LACEY STURM UNSTOPPABLE SCREAMS TOUR

NF TOUR

PLUMB TOUR

RED UNSTOPPABLE SCREAMS TOUR

RELENT

 SKILLET JOY UNLEASHED TOUR

STARS GO DIM TOUR

STRYPER TOUR

WOLVES AT THE GATE TOUR 

68 TOUR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2017 Best Songs

Best Rock Songs of 2017

Linda | January 16, 2018

Another memorable year for Christian rock and metal to celebrate. These songs will be with us for years to come, adding to the legacy of music exploring life from the view of a believer in Jesus Christ, unashamed, honest and transparent even when some may not understand. Bands that express faith are often criticized for some lyric that stirs up the Christian community or by others who feel that there’s audacity in strongly sharing faith in your music. Honest music can push the boundaries on either side. That’s what makes the music real and not the status quo. We hope you enjoy this playlist of music released in 2017.

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Donn’s Top 10 Albums of 2017

Donn King | January 10, 2018

Donn’s Top Ten albums of 2017

10) Nothing Left – Destroy and Rebuild

9) August Burns Red – Phantom Anthem

8) Manafest – Stones

7) Phineas – Dark Flag

6) War of Ages – Alpha

 

5) Demon Hunter – Outlive

4) Seventh Day Slumber – Found

3) Red – Gone

 

2) Death Therapy – The Storm Before the Calm

1) Rusty Shipp – Mortal Ghost

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Branding Music

Linda | October 7, 2017

Is branding a vital element to surviving in the music industry? When you think of a band, Skillet, for instance, what images come to mind? My mind envisions Skillet as industry professionals, well produced, always entertaining, declaring faith, exploring life’s ups and downs. The band is well recognized in mainstream rock/metal and the Christian music scene. They are polished and confident. These images are the components of branding. Think of your favorite bands. What comes to mind? Does the thought of them bring the “personality” of the band to mind? Should it?

Some may feel that a band should first and foremost concentrate on producing the best music possible. This could be the case but are all bands tied to this being their number one priority? What if they have another purpose for their music besides just the music. Is that OK? Portraying an image to the public can connect a band them with the fans that would appreciate them. Some may think that sharing the gospel and faith based ministry is number one in priority when it comes to Christians that make music. Do you think so?

The fact is, bands, if they were to pin down a mission statement, have different ones. Branding is what reveals the heart of a band to their audiences and attracts fans that identify with them and appreciate their music. Without strong branding, building a fan base can be more difficult. A well thought out brand strategy personifies a band to it’s fans. There is always the danger of overdoing it and coming across as too commercial as if you are selling yourself to the public. Commercialism in branding is not what works but a genuine face of the band revealing what drives them is.

Starting a career in marketing, branding is on my mind a lot. I listened to a New Release Today live show recently entitled  A New Paradigm for Christian Music with Keven and Marcus that got me thinking about this more. They discussed a variety of topics, the emphasis in Christian music by lots of bands these days on worship, bands that devote themselves to a cause like Remedy Drive’s connection with The Exodus Road and a general discussion of the shift of music produced by Christians. This spurred my thinking in the direction of the importance of having an image in mind that identifies yourself as a band to the public. Let’s face it, bands want to be successful and this means music, concert ticket and merchandise sales. They also want to connect with people, increase their fanbase and draw support for the causes that are important to them. Branding can be such an effective way to do this.

When creating a brand, musicians should guard against being a shell that looks amazing on the outside but lacks heart. People like to sense depth to the bands they follow. A shallow band may not keep their fans interested, neither can one that is too predictable. We like a little variation in our music and the presentation of it. Thimblerigsark writes in his article entitled, “Branding the Christian Faith” “I personally know a few Christian musicians and songwriters, and they are – without a doubt – talented people.  In fact, the ones I know have more talent in their little toe than I have in my entire body.  And yet, popular Christian family-friendly music, the kind you hear on our radio stations, arguably the most visible (audible?) part of the Christian brand, is just… bland. Uninteresting.  Predictable.  Over-produced.  Safe. And those are not words that I would use to describe the Christian faith.” I have felt the same thing. I will listen to mainstream Christian radio from time to time and with the exception of a few songs that are really well done, they underwhelm me.  Is it because the music’s message is too safe or the same familiar message that is heard over and over to the point where it just doesn’t hold your attention? Maybe it’s just that some people like repetition in their music and others don’t. Obviously pop music or mainstream Christian Contemporary musicians sells lots of music so this kind of music has a market. It’s just not for everyone and seems to dominate the airwaves.

Depth in a band’s lyrics may touch those areas of humanity that are not as safe, like human trafficking, suicide or substance abuse. Music that touches on our life experiences are not always safe and may not have a widespread appeal but will attract those who are touched by the message or can identify with the subject matter. Identifying with people walking down particular walks of life can bring a sense that they are not alone and that there is hope, which can be instrumental in healing. Making this known in their branding, even Christian bands can seem dark and maybe go against the nerve of some believers, but God has a different mission for everyone. Jesus reached those in the shadows when he hung out with the tax collectors, prostitutes and those who found themselves in dark places. John 1:5 says, “ The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”

There are those bands that bring the light in smaller doses because not everyone is ready to be flooded with light. Light is what we want for humanity as well as hope and a future. There are those Christians in bands that don’t choose to brand themselves as “Christian”. They may hope to appeal to a wider audience bringing music that may not be overtly Christian but is for everyone. Just like David played the harp for Saul simply to cheer him up and relieve stress, there are those bands that are just fun and get the audience involved. Family Force Five has been criticized for this but I find that I have such a great time at their concerts, its pure fun and games. What can be wrong with that? Some music may not have a real message and could just be silliness that makes us laugh or dance (Chain Saw) and feel like life is worth living.  Some people aren’t looking for meaningful music but just the fun stuff.  Family Force 5 brands themselves as just that,  fun, party music. This has been their claim to fame and success in the industry.

Branding is a valuable tool for bands and musicians. Projecting an identity and connecting with fans is an important element in success. Musicians should guard against being over marketed without delivering in their product, the music. Ensuring that the music really is what it claims to be is crucial. Albums that don’t live up to the hype, being well promoted but lacking quality can really disappoint fans. This is detrimental to a band. Whether promoting the latest album, an upcoming concert tour or an event or cause, well-done promotional material with strong branding sends a clear message that helps fans to engage. Thoughtful planning in the area of branding and marketing is a huge component in the success of musicians in today’s music industry.

 

 

 

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With a passion for Rock and Roll with a purpose-driven message, I've dedicated myself to providing you with all the best news and resources possible for Rock 'n Roll with a Purpose. Rock on!

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 away. This is hardcore metal at its best. But wait, they also mix in some melodic hard rock. And they mix it in perfectly. It’s a well produced and mixed metal album. They are full-on Christ-centered lyrics. There’s some doubt these days as to how Christian some of these metal bands are but this is not one of those bands. They bring Christ to the forefront here. I read that they have signed with a record label and hoping for new music from them either late this year or early next. We can expect big things from these guys.

I give them a solid 4 out of 5 stars.

Linda Fau

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With a passion for Rock and Roll with a purpose-driven message, I've dedicated myself to providing you with all the best news and resources possible for Rock 'n Roll with a Purpose. Rock on!

Red, of Beauty and Rage

Aimee Otero | 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 message upon a life of imperfection and the dire need for a Savior. When listening to this album,  I felt a deeper connection.  It was as though they had taken me on a journey through their pain. I had such a quenching for exactly what was being conveyed. – And then, I realized this phenomenal journey I was being taken to was my own. Yes, Red has done it again. My highest regards go to them.

My favorite tracks off of the album are The Ever and Yours Again. The Ever starts off with an array of different instruments and gradually builds its effect by vocal synchronization to allow its introduction into the chorus of this very powerful song.  I especially like where it says “But You saw more,  You saw my deepest part, with the light of a thousand stars.” What a realization that is…To know that the God of the universe would see us with light His hands created and still never look away, even when seeing our darkest parts…

Yours Again is no exception to the greatness that Red delivers.  From the beginning lyrics that say ” I can almost hear You breathing like a whisper in my ear. I remember how You lost me or how I lost You…” The realness of the Lords presence is made so relative here and it’s not merely in just a logical sense. It goes beyond with the confession that God was like a whisper in the ear. It admits the uncertainty of not fully knowing if God left or if we left Him. The fact that the song is in question lets us know that He was always there still working amidst the pain. Even the smallest indication of God is enough and that very often comes to us at first as our questioning. ..we are making that same realization of a presence being there whether we are aware of it being Him at the moment or not. The chorus of this song is taking its emotion and singing out that we are His again!

I would give this album a 5-star rating for sure.

 

Linda Fau

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With a passion for Rock and Roll with a purpose-driven message, I've dedicated myself to providing you with all the best news and resources possible for Rock 'n Roll with a Purpose. Rock on!

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 are standouts. From empty grave, longtime vocalist Kevin Young sings, my scars had drowned out all my faith and goes on to say, where you resurrect me leaving an empty grave.

The whole album is solid stuff from a band that is just that, constantly solid. It’s another really good album from them. I have a lot of their albums and they never disappoint. It’s good, solid metal with Christ-centered lyrics at the forefront. What amazes me is that this band is as good as it gets in Christian metal but what I just can’t figure out how they just don’t have the crossover success like bands Skillet, Red, Thousand Foot Krutch and Demon Hunter have. But don’t get me wrong, they’re an extremely successful act with a good sized following.

For this album, I give them a solid 4 stars and hope they keep going for years to come.

Linda Fau

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With a passion for Rock and Roll with a purpose-driven message, I've dedicated myself to providing you with all the best news and resources possible for Rock 'n Roll with a Purpose. Rock on!

Skillet – Comatose 2006

Donn King | January 30, 2017

It’s November 2006, I’m new to downstate NY and a brand new born again Christian. Totally clueless about how to read the Bible, I start at the beginning with Genesis. But what do I do about music? I love hard rock and heavy metal. Do I have to give it all up?  Discovering the Christian Living Store, that is now gone, I find I can sample music there. Right off the bat, I discover Skillet’s Comatose album and I’m blown away. This is Christian music? My love of metal can still work for me? I buy the cd and instantly listen to it over and over and over again.

The opening song, Rebirthing blew my mind and still does today. The album totally worked for me. Ten years later, does Comatose still hold up? It sure does, maybe not as great as my original experience,  but it’s still a game changing album. It’s symphonic metal at its best, blending hard guitar riffs with many heartfelt ballads. The album has since gone platinum and other than Stryper is the best-selling Christian rock album out there. This album took them into the stratosphere of crossover appeal. The secular world has taken notice of the band and history will show that they get better with each release. Playing both secular and Christian festivals, Skillet is a huge headlining act now.

Yes, the album still works for me. The second song, The Last Night, speaks directly to me and my own struggles with mental illness. The album is beautifully laid out. My only complaint being that there may be a few too many like sounding ballads, but I’m an 80s metal guy where that was normal.
Even today, I give this album a 4-star review. If you’re looking for something slightly heavy and a true game changer in the business of Christian music, pick this one up. It’s worth a listen. You can listen to the full album below:

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Wolves At The Gate

Linda | November 8, 2016

Creativity in the hardcore genre is desperately needed and this is a band that delivers those song arrangements that don’t disappoint. On the band’s website wolvesatthegate.com they are described as “a forward-thinking, art-minded group whose music is as cerebral and nuanced as it was ferocious and deliciously heavy.” Wolves At The Gate is a hardcore Christian metal band from Cedarville, Ohio. They have been around since 2008 but only Stephen Cobucci and drummer, Abishai are original members. The band released two independent albums before signing with Solid State Records in 2011. Their newest release is their fourth with Solid State.

Reviewer, Christopher Geriak giving his thoughts of a previous album, VxV not speaking well of Christian rock and metal music in general, says of WATG that they “are a Christian post-hardcore band that contains the typical “Jesus saves” lyrics, so you would expect to hate them because of it. However, there’s a surprise at the end of the tunnel, especially when it comes to VxV.” (2014) He also says of the band that they write and perform their music with the feel of an ongoing mission in mind giving them a passion that is radiated to their audiences. This is an interesting perception from a non-Christian reviewer watching Wolves At The Gate burn with a fire for God. Though those that watch the fire may not buy the message, they can’t deny that the band is burning with passion to share it. This is an exciting perception of what people are noticing about Wolves At the Gate.

A few weeks before their newest release on November 4th,  Types and Shadows, Stephen Cobucci, lead singer and founder of WATG and his wife introduced a baby boy AND baby girl (yes, twins) into their lives. In an interview on The Riot on RadioU Stephen discusses sleepless nights with the twins, shares about his other job and his thoughts about the new album. Though WATG has been known to tour extensively, gaining an impressive following that way,  the band will be laying low with touring for a while, staying close to home to give Stephen and his wife some precious family time with their newborn twins.

Never wavering in their vocal stance on their faith, WATG has said their mission is to “show the incredible love of God to every person we come in contact with”, WATG strongly believes that “the salvation message of the Gospel is free to everyone, and our primary purpose on this earth is to spread that message to everyone we meet.” (Wikipedia) The single, Flickering Flame, from the new album, speaks of how faith can flicker like a flame at times in our lives, discussing how we often try to self-motivate to counter this without success. Instead, we are encouraged to focus on God’s love, which never changes, even if our faith does.

Early reviews of the new album seem to reveal that hardcore fans are feeling a little disappointed that the band has toned their sound down a bit. For the same reason, the band is picking up new listeners that like the new album having more  melodic clean vocals balancing the screams. Many are enjoying the maturity and strong faith message of the album as well. The song, Fountain, includes lines from an old hymn from the 1700’s “There is a Fountain Filled with Blood,” written by William Cowper . David Craft of Jesusfreakhideout wrote an excellent review of the album.

 

But the album in the Wolves At the Gate web MERCH STORE

Discography

  1. Types & Shadows, 2016 (Solid State)
  2. Reprise EP, 2015 (Solid State)
  3. VxV, 2014 (Solid State)
  4. Back To School EP, 2013 (Solid State)
  5. Captors, 2012 (Solid State)
  6. We Are the Ones EP, 2011 (Solid State)
  7. We Are the Ones EP, 2011 (independent)
  8. Pulled From the Deep, 2010 (independent)

Band Members:

  • Steve Cobucci — clean vocals, guitars (2008–present)
  • Ben Summers — bass, backing vocals (2008–present)
  • Nick Detty — unclean vocals, piano (2012–present)
  • Abishai Collingsworth — drums (2015–present)

 

 

 

 

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