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.
Forsaken Hero Releases God of Revival
Forsaken Hero has released an uplifting and atmospheric new song with “God of Revival." “God of Revival” has a powerful rock worship feel, and I am a fan especially of the stringed instrument start to the track. It gives an uplifting soaring feeling. The track then melds into what we've come to expect from Forsaken [...]
Members of Disciple Launch Worship Band Honor & Glory
Disciple members Kevin Young, Josiah Prince, and Joey West have launched a brand new worship venture titled Honor & Glory. The band is booking church and ministry events now, and there is merch available through Disciple's webstore.
Heavy Metal Worship: An Introduction to James Franchise
James Franchise, a solo artist from New York, has been making a name for himself by taking worship songs and giving them a metalcore spin.
Compassion International Presents Together We Rise With We Are Vessel And Jenna Parr
By His Grace Entertainment and Compassion International Present Together We Rise: A Night of Worship and Stories with We Are Vessel and special guest Jenna Parr on May 1 at 7 PM Eastern / 6 PM Central.
Skillet’s John and Korey Cooper Share Piano Arrangements of Skillet and Worship Songs
John and Korey Cooper of Skillet have been making use of the time home with their family to record some piano renditions of Skillet songs. Today they shared "Whispers in the Dark," with a surprise chorus from Hillsong's "Oceans" woven into the classic Comatose song.
Former Hawk Nelson Singer Jason Dunn Releases New Song
Former Hawk Nelson lead singer Jason Dunn released a new song on his YouTube channel on February 12.
Reclaim The Day Release Debut Single ‘Who You Are’
Reclaim The Day has just released their first single "Who You Are," a track produced by Josiah Prince (Disciple).
Planetshakers Releases Rock Version of “Fall On Me”
The Australia-based worship movement Planetshakers has just released their latest album Rain, recorded at the annual Planetshakers Conference in Melbourne. This album includes the special bonus of a rock version of "Fall On Me." You can hear the track and watch the video below.
Finding Light Through The Haze: ‘In The Dark’ By Silversyde
In The Dark is an album full of catchy melodies that serve as an invitation to sing along in worship, while providing plenty of rock and roll goodness. Silversyde delivers a performance that is full of passion and provides "wow" moments musically and lyrically that will leave listeners in higher spirits.