Tag: Becoming The Archetype
January 19, 2017
January 16, 2017
January 4, 2017
Hi, I’m Seth Andrew Hecox and I am conducting a 4+ part interview with Jason Marshall Wisdom right now.
Part 3 will post exclusively to IVM and that part of the interview is where you come in.
Send me questions, ideas and conundrums that you want to ask Jason. Continued →
December 16, 2016
Read this split review of Death Requisite’s Revisitation with Matthew Michel
December 13, 2016
Looking to ring in the Christmas season with something a little more powerful than gramma singing Rudolf? We’ve got you covered.
December 6, 2016
Today, I’m doing something a little different. These bands are bands that people should know and that are on the rise. Check them out! And here you go!
5. Saints Can Lie
Metalcore acts have become very common in the United States. But Saints Can Lie seem to be doing something sort of fresh. The band formed in 2012 with the original lineup of brothers Vocalist Jake and Guitarist/Pianist Hunter Shaw, Guitarist John McDonough and Drummer Bryce Garland. The band comes from Texas, home to many amazing metal bands including Pantera and The Famine. On April 26, 2013, John, as well as Jake and Hunter, got into a car accident. John died that day, but the Shaw brothers survived. To this day, the band has memorialized him permanently on their Facebook page. The band is independent and has released an album titled Trial & Tribulation.
October 17, 2016
September 20, 2014
These are the ten faith-based bands that every hard rocker/ metalhead owes it to themselves to check out.
June 19, 2014
In the Silence of the Mind returns from it’s long and silent slumber to tackle one of the great questions of our day… will Community get a sixth season and a movie? Well, actually this is about rebranding…
January 31, 2014
Lee invites Seth Hecox of Becoming the Archetype to share his thoughts on a key element of being a band, branding. Read on to find out more and see what life would have been like if Magnified Plaid hadn’t rebranded.
January 19, 2014
Jason Wisdom and Alex Kinas (formerly) of Becoming the Archetype team up with Travis Turner (Aletheian) to bring a new album that blends the combined member’s past work with a hopeful new future. But, can “Depravity’s Demise” get out from the shadow of the often similar “Celestial Completion”? Read on to find out.
September 28, 2013
February 18, 2013
Sometimes, as Stephen King said, the most mind-boggling thing is size. Size conquers all. The sheer size of the known universe, for example, crushes the mind when you just consider it.
As I think about the mysteries and wonders in creation, usually my mind turns to the insanely vast reaches of space. Continued →
January 28, 2013
You may have noticed a subtle change in the title of this column. You may have also noticed I haven’t posted a Metaphysical Monday for several weeks. Both of these situations exist because I’m working hard at turning Kafka’s Metamorphosis into a reality. Continued →
November 12, 2012
We are proud to bring you an exclusive stream of the new song from Brandon Michael Williams & Seth Hecox (of Becoming the Archetype) titled “Last Time I Asked For More”. You can listen to the song below and let everyone know what you think. The “All Folked Up” album will be released on December 4th. Continued →
November 5, 2012
September 13, 2012
September 9, 2012
Becoming The Archetype has regrouped and returned with a vengeance! Check out the review of their upcoming album, I Am.
August 21, 2012
Check out the new lyric video from Becoming the Archetype for their new song “The Time Bender”. The band’s new album “I Am” will be out on September 18th. Continued →
August 13, 2012
Last weekend, my wife and I visited a Benedictine Priory. We were able to attend the nightly Compline service they had, which is a nightly music service meant for meditation and evening prayers to end the day of work in which the monks have labored. Continued →
August 6, 2012
The issue of Transhumanity is of great interest to me and it’s something I’ve given a good amount of thought to over the past few years. The song “Artificial Immortality” is about this issue and my thoughts have changed since then (4 years ago). Continued →
July 23, 2012
READ NO FURTHER IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE MOVIE YET!
Well, now that some of us have seen The Dark Knight Rises, let’s look at what we’ve viewed.
I have to say up front that the movie didn’t deliver like I expected it to. Continued →
July 16, 2012
In a few short days, The Dark Knight Rises will open in theaters. This is an event that you are either 1) anticipating or 2) in need of a wake up call so you can anticipate it.
July 9, 2012
This article will address several topics, so if you happen to be disinterested in the movie titled Moonrise Kingdom, be not afraid!
But yes, first of all, Moonrise Kingdom was fantastic. I’ve written here before about my feelings on Wes Anderson movies. Continued →
July 2, 2012
Becoming The Archetype is on the road right now and I’m reminded of how much work every band on the road is going through. If you haven’t noticed, the nation is blazing hot right now. And if you didn’t already know, lots of bands our size and smaller frequently sleep in their vans for lack of other lodging accommodations. Continued →
June 25, 2012
Everyone needs a day/week off, I suppose. So I’m writing this on my computer a couple hours before it goes live just to say I couldn’t find time the last week to write a new MM post. Between touring and recording, an opportunity just hasn’t presented itself to create anything I feel compelled to write about. Continued →
June 18, 2012
You can file this one under the Classic Christian Albums heading for Metaphysical Monday. Released in 1999, this album is second only to MxPx’s Life in General as far as Christian punk albums go (in my opinion). While remaining fairly obscure in the underground, Blaster the Rocket Man created an album of incredible musical and lyrical excellence. Continued →
June 11, 2012
It seems like all the main brains in Christian theology right now are self-proclaimed Reformed guys. Preachers and authors such as John Piper, R.C. Sproul, John MacArthur, Francis Chan (sort of), Tim Keller, J.I. Packer, Mark Driscoll (also sort of), and David Platt are all either part of the Reformed tradition or are closely related to that family of theology. Continued →
June 4, 2012
Christianity has given the world a hefty volume of great authors and books. Obviously, you’ve got the Holy Bible, which is by far the best-selling book in the world. And outside of that, you’ve got a rich tradition of the Church producing excellent literature. Continued →
May 28, 2012
This article is about a touchy (and somewhat trendy) subject right now. A lot of people are talking about the state of Christian festivals and I can perhaps shed some light on this subject.
Christian festivals (and mainstream festivals as well, I assume) have been experiencing declining ticket sales for years. Continued →