Still Just Breathing blew me away with its musical maturity, satisfyingly unapologetic rock sound, earnest humanity, and resolute message of redemption.
Meg Hudson of Drive Thru Society
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.
Farewell to Midnight by As We Ascend: A Perfect Storm
Although Farewell to Midnight is technically As We Ascend's debut, it would be difficult to categorize it in anywhere near the same league as your usual hard rock freshman fare. As We Ascend is a trio formed by guitarists and vocalists Justin Forshaw and Jake Jones, both formerly of We As Human, and drummer Robert [...]
The Covering by Random Hero: Struggle and Salvation
Random Hero has built their following through a consistency of work ethic and missional focus that characterizes all the most enduring hard rock bands. With an impressive discography of independent releases under their belts, for new release The Covering Random Hero turned to fan funding, leaning on the dedicated following they've garnered through a decade's [...]
IX by Spoken: Rock Longevity
Few bands have had the level of steady longevity that Spoken can boast. The title of their new record IX, roman numerals for nine representing the number of studio albums they've released, speaks to the reality of their work ethic and faithfulness to the calling of crafting hard rock centered on messages of redemptive hope. [...]