Rising rock band UnMasked has announced some details of their upcoming project in a video shared with their fans, including the news that the project will feature a song by Tate Olsen (Skillet) and will be mixed by Paul Lapinski (Linkin Park, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus).
Righteous Vendetta gave rock fans a late Christmas gift today by dropping a surprise single to kick off 2019. "Like Poison" is available on all streaming formats now (iTunes, Spotify), according to a post on their Facebook page. The band said that listeners will be "pleased to find something that wasn't there before" when referring [...]
As one of the strongest years for rock in recent memory draws to a close, here are Rock On Purpose we're reflecting on the best 2018 had to offer.
The 7th annual We Love Christian Music Awards is announcing their rock nominations early today in partnership with Rock On Purpose. The nominees for Rock Song of the Year and The Amp Award (Rock Album of the Year) were selected in partnership with Rock On Purpose's core staff.
Hayley Williams is one voice in what I believe is a growing conversation: what happens when the emo kids grow up?
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.
In 2016 when As We Ascend began preparations to record their first studio album, Farewell To Midnight, the band founded by former members of We As Human invited fans to become the recording label as "label executives." The time has come for round 2.
It is often said that music is a universal language, connecting people from different corners of the earth despite language and cultural barriers. Two members of Canadian post-grunge and alternative rock band Three Days Grace recently experienced this phenomenon firsthand on a trip to Kenya.
Burn the Ships marks the places of our pain and then calls us towards the wide open horizon of hope, setting our heartache alight behind us-- ultimately soundtracking the only journey worth taking.
Convictions' Hope for the Broken is an emotionally intense experience for those suffering from anxiety and heartache, songs which will bring a sense of spiritual peace, rest and hope.