Category Archives: Reviews
Review : My Epic – Behold
Facedown closes the year with another strong album sure to make many people’s “Best of” lists. My Epic presents an etherial and worshipful album with “Behold.”
Worship artist Joanna Beasley has released her Christmas EP Single, ‘Hallelujah Christmas’. Check out the review.
Review : Everything in Slow Motion – Phoenix
Facedown Records has saved the best for last as they release Everything in Slow Motion’s full-length debut album “Phoenix.” The album features Christian Lindskog of Blindside, in what may be the best song of the year, “Speak,” among other powerful tracks.
Review : Casey Darnell – Casey Darnell
Signed to North Point Music like other artists like Eddie Kirkland, Seth Condrey and Todd Fields, Casey Darnell has released his second label album, this time self-titled. Check out the review.
Check out my review of This Divided World “The Missing Pages”. For fans of Creations, Impending Doom, MyChildren MyBride.
Review : Michael Boggs – More Like a Lion
Michael Boggs, previously the guitarist for FFH, has released his first album, ‘More Like a Lion’. Check out the review.
Lincoln Brewster has released his expanded edition of ‘Joy To The World’, featuring 5 live tracks, 3 videos and 2 newly recorded studio tracks. Check out the review.
Review : Citizens – Repeat the Sounding Joy
BEC Recordings and Mars Hill Music presents to us the first Citizens Christmas album, ‘Repeat the Sounding Joy’. Here is the review.
Hillsong UNITED have released an acoustic album of their famous studio album release, ZION. With all of the songs on the album redone, here is the review.
Five Iron Frenzy returns after ten years “in the grave,” but is this the comeback album fans are hoping for? Read on to find out.
Review : Luke Hellebronth – Stand Up
Luke Hellebronth, a worship leader from Britain and part of Worship Central, has released his EP, ‘Stand Up’, via Integrity Music. Check out the review.
Review : LZ7 – Aftershow
British Christian rap group, LZ7, have released their latest album, ‘Aftershow’, featuring the title track, ‘Give out the Love’, ‘Overcome By Love’ and ‘Irreversible’. Here is the review.
Review : The Letter Black – Rebuild
Female fronted hard rock act The Letter Black are back with their second Tooth and Nail release featuring all new material. Is “Rebuild” up to par? Find out here.
Review : Kingdom – Redeemer
Kingdom have released the physical copies of their new album ‘Redeemer’ on November 11th, with their hits like ‘God of Fire’, ‘Carry On’ and ‘Always You’. Check out the review.
North Point Music have released their second Christmas album, Let There Be Light. Check out the review.
Review : Party or Die! – The Well
Imagine if TwoThirtyEight had kept at it and experimented more with the guitar tones, effects, and song structures of post-hardcore. That’s the best way I can describe this excellent release from Party or Die!
Review : Kerrie Roberts – Thank You Child
Kerrie Roberts has released her new Christmas EP, ‘Thank You Child’, featuring the original title track, as well as some beloved favourites such as ‘Go Tell It On the Mountain’ and ‘What Child is This’. Check out the review.
Review : Bradley Hathaway – How Long
One of those rare beasts where it’s more than beats and more than clever wordplay; you listen to it like an old radio play, sitting quietly in the dark, waiting for the next lines of the story to come.
Dorean Lives makes their debut appearance on Red Cord Records. “A Cold Fire From the One I Loved” is six years and multiple line-up changes in the making. Is it worth taking a ride on? Read on to find out.
Vertical Church Band from Chicago have released their second live album, ‘The Rock Won’t Move’, featuring the title track, ‘Strong God’, ‘Worthy Worthy’ and ‘I’m Going Free (Jailbreak)’. Here is my review.
Review : Warr Acres – Hope Will Rise
Warr Acres, a worship band from Oklahoma City and signed to DREAM Records, release their second album ‘Hope Will Rise’ on Tuesday 29th October, featuring their hit song ‘Hope Will Rise’ and others like ‘Freedom Fall’, ‘All Around’ and ‘Lovesick’. Check out the review.
for KING AND COUNTRY have released their first Christmas EP, titled ‘Into the Silent Night’. Check out the review.
Newest signings to Sparrow Records, City Harbor have released their first EP, featuring their radio singles ‘Come However You Are’ and ‘Somebody Tell Them’. Check out the review.
Review : Royal Tailor – Royal Tailor
Royal Tailor are back with their self titled second album, featuring their hit song ‘Remain’ and other standouts like ‘Original’, ‘Got that Fire’, ‘Fight for Freedom’ and ‘Ready Set Go’. Check out the review.
Review : Scott Stapp – Proof of Life
Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp brings a solo effort shaped by his hurt-filled past and faith-filled struggles. With strong radio tracks like “New Day Coming” and “Dying to Live” and likely semi-controversial tracks such as “Jesus was a Rock Star,” is “Proof of Life” worth wading into? Find out here.
Review : The Civil Wars – The Civil Wars
A review of The Civil Wars’ latest album. Read on if you are interested in references to Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Romeo and Juliet, Taylor Swift and Johnny Depp.
A variety of artists, from Michael W. Smith and Kari Jobe, to TobyMac, Nichole Nordeman and Matthew West; have come together to create My Hope, an album in honour of Billy Graham’s ministry. Here is the review.
Review : Brandon Heath – Christmas Is Here
Brandon Heath, famous for ‘Give Me Your Eyes’ and ‘Your Love’, has released his first Christmas album, titled ‘Christmas Is Here’. Here is the review.