Saved by Skarlet has been around for a while now, sending faith-forward music into the world from Rhode Island. "Black Knight" is a level-up in musical sophistication and thematic maturity for the band.
Skillet announced today, alongside the release of new track "Psycho in my Head," that they will be releasing a deluxe edition of Dominion on February 17.
Impending Doom's latest EP, Hellbent, finds the band shattering eardrums and melting faces with an unflinchingly visceral and aggressive sound.
What Amongst the Giants have done with Desolate Minds is create a vehicle that gives voice to the utter hopelessness many feel trapped in, and they've done so in an extremely creative and expressive way.
From the way they released Remade in Misery one carefully crafted track at a time, to the final composition, Memphis May Fire affirmed the value in the genre and took hold (once again) of their place within it.
Filled to the brim with driven guitars, synth swagger, and emotive expressionism, Apophysitis by Fight the Fade is an album that leaves listeners on their toes and fires on all cylinders.
Handling the overall theme of the brokenness of the world with a steady hand, Islander solidifies their place as a band with a clear voice that demands to be heard.
Reclaim the Day is a hard-hitting group out of Indiana that never fails to bring intensity with their music. Their new EP Psalms is no exception. Each of the 5 songs packs a punch.
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.
Heavy is an album that you can lean on, rock with, relate to, and emote through.