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.
Buried Above, the musical brainchild of Colton Reed, has been steadily gaining traction over the past couple years with tracks like "The Front Lines" and "It's Never Too Late." That building momentum comes to fruition with the explosive self-titled full-length debut album, Buried Above.
Fight The Fade has capped off 2021 with the release of a brand new single, "Composure." The song is a perfect culmination of their discography to this point, featuring a return of substantive guitar riffs married to ethereal electronics.
Manchester, UK-based alt-rockers, Amongst Wolves recently released their full-length album #choosetolive. The project is an eclectic journey through the world of mental health, addressed from a Christian perspective.
Recently, Elevation Worship released a new song titled "Might Get Loud." Some have called the song "unreserved" and "electric." Compared to their usual sound of worship music, "Might Get Loud" is definitely different, and could be considered rock or metal.
Laura McElroy has put together an excellent narrative-album that explores life in all it offers: the good, bad, and indifferent. There's a sense of tranquility that can be felt while listening, almost as if it is providing rest for the listener.
Heavy is an album that you can lean on, rock with, relate to, and emote through.
DAV is not backing down from their desire to spread a message of hope and unity during a time when there is so much hatred, anger, and fear. Although “The Divided” was inspired by the way the COVID crisis has caused many people to pick and defend their side, frontman Dave Hanson shares that, at the root of it all, there is a deeper issue: we are all broken and in need of a savior.
Whom I Serve's Eternity is a hard-hitting album that pulls no punches about the band's faith
The Fire Itself is such pure metalcore, done so breathtakingly immaculately... the guitars are as intricate as Phinehas has ever written, and the breakdowns (and there are plenty) are some of their most complex.