Tag Archives: Worship
Remission Flow leaves me conflicted: Rhythm Of Grace still has vestiges of the cliché riddled CCM that drove me away from most mainstream worship acts, but they have a spark of creativity and a refreshing purpose behind their music that sets them far from the madding crowd.
The Ember Days to Release Live EP. NASHVILLE, TN – March 25, 2014 – The Ember Days just announced they are now taking pre-orders for the April 29th release of the The Ember Days Live. The five-track EP, recorded at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California, showcases the band’s melodic sound while capturing the passion of a live worshiping crowd. It is The Ember Days at their best. Watch a live song below and read the rest of the press release.
King’s Kaleidoscope delivers passionate worship with artistic integrity in this latest release,and though they have an occasional misstep, I think Live in Color is going to resonate with quite a few people.
Due to the success of her Kickstarter, Audrey Assad is releasing a short film titled, O Happy Fault. In a surprise move she has released an EP of the same name featuring the live recordings from that film. You can download it below. It’s limited to a certain number of downloads available so grab it while you can.
Bad Christian’s latest signing, Kings Kaleidoscope, has released their first album Live In Color, and it’s available for free for the week. Don’t miss out!
Future of Forestry are known to have grandiose tendencies, but this EP gives Eric Owyoung the chance to show off his great abilities as a vocalist.
In preparation for their upcoming album release, titled Asaph, Loud Harp released a live EP today. The album, titled Asaph Ep (Live at St. Ida’s), features “four stripped down/live versions of songs from the upcoming album, one stripped down/live version of a song from the debut album and the album version of the song “(77) You Heard Me”.” Download it via Noisetrade below.
I am excited to bring you a free song download from Future of Forestry from their new Piano and Strings Session recording. The song is “Travelers Song” done stripped down and with just Piano and Strings. Check it out below. Future of Forestry’s new release “Piano and Strings Session” due out March 18th!
Be on the look out for these guys to make an impression in the world of worship music with their interesting music and intelligent, heartfelt lyrics.
Cool Hand Luke are giving away their 2011 12 track full length “Of Man” for free download via NoiseTrade here. Check it out below and please encourage everyone you know to download this fantastic release. You can read a little message from Mark Nicks below.
Mentioned briefly in an issue of Relevant Magazine a few months back, Michael and Lisa Gungor (and possibly others?) have quietly released a new EP from their side project, The Liturgists. The Vapor EP is quite an experience of meditation, spoken word, music, and prayer. Take a listen at their Bandcamp page, download for “name-your-price” and comment below on your thoughts. It is quite unlike anything I have heard before.
You can also check out some tour date…
Sow & Tether are an indie worship group from the state of Mississippi. Fans of Dustin Kensrue, All Sons and Daughters, and The Digital Age. Former members of the post-hardcore band “Parallels” that we covered quite a bit a few years ago, comprise this band. Check out their music video and 3 song demo below. You can either download the ep from bandcamp ($3) or from NoiseTrade here.
SEATTLE, WA. – FEBRUARY 04, 2014 –BEC Recordings announces a new addition to their roster with the signing of Florida natives Among the Thirsty. The band will release their debut radio single, “What Love Looks Like,” on February 14. Click here to check out the band’s single.
Among The Thirsty was established in Clearwater, FL in 2008 when the band began touring together. They released an independent single, “I’d Need a Savior,” in 2009 that charted in…
The New Divide have revealed the album cover for their upcoming album titled “Created For His Praise” due out February 13th on iTunes and CD. Check out the album cover here and the band on Facebook here.
It’s deceptively simple, both musically and lyrically, but the closer you listen, you hear more layers underscoring it, until you finally decide to surrender and let yourself be caught up in it, caught off guard by the beauty of simplicity.
After months of anticipation, Kye Kye’s new Kickstarter-supported album, Fantasize, is finally ready for streaming. Even though it doesn’t release until next Tuesday, you can listen to the electro-pop record over here at Bullett. Kye Kye is currently on tour with Gungor. Is this a AotY contender already?
Singer-songwriter John Mark McMillan has put out the first song from his recently Kickstarted album Borderland. The single “Future/Past” is now available to purchase from iTunes but you will have to wait until March 4th to get the entire album. In addition, you can view a live video of it at Relevant Magazine’s RTV.
Jason from What Glorious Things contacted me to tell me about his new ep titled “Far and Fading”, which is full of hooky melodic alternative songs with a great hopeful message. Check out the ep below and if you like what you hear, you can download on Noisetrade here. Check out What Glorious Things on Facebook here. Thoughts?
Seeker & Servant will release their new album “Into Your Love, I Go” on January 7th. The album is available for purchase via the band’s webstore and will be on all digital networks beginning January 7th. Listen to the single “In Awe” right here.
Aaron Strumpel, the extremely unique and gifted artist responsible for psalm based masterpieces Elephants and Birds, has announced his new project, Bright Star. It will be his first specifically worship album since he released his two Enter the Worship Circle albums.
My Epic are set to release their awe inspiring new album, “Behold” on December 10th through Facedown Records and we think you’ll love it. Deeply spiritual, creative music held to the highest regard. This band has consistently improved upon their sound with each subsequent release and “Behold” further proves their dominance in both their genre (whatever that may be) and the music scene at large. Don’t miss out on “Behold” and the best My Epic album by far.…
Los Angeles, CA (December, 2013) KINGDOM, the worship team from Rocklin, CA is proud to announce their sophomore release with DREAM titled, “REDEEMER”. The group put together a mixture of worship, rock and pop and features guest vocal performances by Esterlyn’s, Luke Caldwell and Run Kid Run’s, David Curtis and a special rendition of “God Of Fire” by David Thulin. Their new album is available on iTunes today.
Seeker & Servant have posted their brand new lyric video for the song “In Awe” which you can view below. The band will release their new album “Into Your Love, I Go” on January 7th. Pre-order the album on Vinyl or CD (and in bundles) right here.
Check out the brand new song from My Epic, “Zion”, off the upcoming album “Behold”. “Behold” will release on December 10th through Facedown Records.
Check out another great commentary from the new My Epic album, “Behold”, below. The commentary is for the song “Zion”. “Behold” will release on December 10th through Facedown Records.
My Epic will be releasing a series of commentaries for their new album, “Behold”. You can check out the first one on the song “Curse”, below. “Behold” by My Epic is out December 10th on Facedown Records.
Oceans and Vessels have wrapped the writing process on their new album. The band will start revealing details about this release when they reach 3K likes on Facebook.
Seeker & Servant have just posted pre-orders for their new album “Into Your Love, I Go”. The band have also released a video detailing the making of their new album and some behind the scenes info. The album is available on CD, Vinyl. Check out the bundle packages here.
Check out Dustin Kensrue performing “It Is Finished” acoustically. Dustin’s new album “The Water and the Blood” is available now.
It appears that the band My Epic will release their new album “Behold” on December 10th through Facedown Records. So it looks as though we will get both this album and Everything in Slow Motion in the same week. Who’s going to join with me in excitement?