Author: Josh Silbernagel

Josh Silbernagel is a 28 year old amateur historian and archivist of Christian rock. His musical credentials include his current role as vocalist and guitarist for the alternative rock band Glower, as well as having been the co-founder and drummer for the critically acclaimed ambient/hardcore band Hands. Josh is the program director at Red Willow Bible Camp in Binford, North Dakota where he lives with his wife Rachel.

April 1, 2014

Tracings - Standstill

Fargo, North Dakota based post-hardcore band, Tracings, have debuted a video for their new single “Standstill”. You can check it out below and pick up the independently released song at their Bandcamp page. While you’re there, download their “Unconditional” EP for free.… Continued →

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January 9, 2013

God Gave Rock and Roll to You: Part 10 - Rock the Party

Rock The Party Around the turn of the century a new genre of music would see a meteoric rise in popularity. Teenage boys were stoked. Music critics were not. This genre would come to be known as “rap-rock”. Rap-rock was exactly what it claimed to be, a mixture of hip-hop and alternative rock or metal, usually played with down-tuned guitars and loads of testosterone fueled angst.… Continued →

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