Tag Archives: blindside
Christian Lindskog posted a short clip on Instagram with Marcus Dahlström on “#teardropactivist”, which you can hear below. In the description he states that all the members of Blindside will be home soon & they will begin working on new material.
Today’s world has more music than ever. Are we music fatigued? Is there just too much music?
These are the ten faith-based bands that every hard rocker/ metalhead owes it to themselves to check out.
[Update: Video with English subtitles posted below] Lindforest, the side project from Christian Lindskog and Simon Grenehed of Blindside, has posted a brand new video for their new song “Den dag du faller ner”. View the video below and purchase the song on iTunes here.
In this edition of “In the Silence of the Mind” we take a look at some songs that are completely passionate “Love Songs to God.”
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.
In honor of Living Sacrifice’s track “Sudden,” In the Silence of the Mind examines the best songs out there for overcoming the fear of death.
Wolves at the Gate will release a 4 track “Covers” Ep titled “Back to School” on September 30th. This digital only ep will feature covers of Thrice, Thursday, Blindside, and The Receiving End of Sirens. View the press release and tracklisting below.
Today’s Video Flashback comes from Sweden based Post-Hardcore band, Blindside, and their song “Pitiful” (from “Silence” 2002 Atlantic Records). So many different viewpoints and opinions arise when talking about Blindside and their vast collection of music over the years. My personal favorite is still this album, although the 2011 release is also quite good. Discuss your favorite Blindside albums and how this band shaped your musical taste, below. Also, in case you missed last years’ video for “Our Love Saves Us”, you can find that below too.
Saturday and Sunday of Cornerstone Festival 2011.
Call me crazy, but I like the thrill of a challenge, and WSHWW seemed like a good place to start as a newbie. Turned out to be more intimidating than I thought, but hey…go big or go home!