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March 16, 2021

March 15, 2021

And the Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album Goes to.... Kanye West

So maybe a handful of people actually tuned into the Grammy Awards last night to feel the full brunt of relevance that awards shows have actually turned into (sarcasm). Well surprisingly enough but not really, considering the mass appeal (and star power) coming from one such winner in the “Contemporary Christian Music Album” category at the Grammys last night.… Continued →

Names Without Numbers Return With a New Song Feat. Matt Baird of Spoken

Names Without Numbers are BACK! The band drops the new single “Empire on Fire (Feat. Matt Baird of Spoken)” on April 16th. It’s an explosive first single that truly captures the band’s unrelenting energy and righteous anger fueled rock n’ roll. This is heavy and melodic at the same time. If you enjoyed the band’s earlier music and are maybe just discovering them for the first time, you’ll be blown away.… Continued →

March 14, 2021

New Music: March 12, 2021

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March 13, 2021

March 12, 2021

Song of the Day: Resurrection Band - Beggar in the Alleyway

Depending on how you define the term, Resurrection Band was arguably the first Christian heavy metal band. While their debut album was released in 1978, their earliest demo recordings date back to as early as 1973. While many fans and critics will argue, “they’re not heavy metal, just hard rock,” this outlook unfortunately judges the past by current standards.… Continued →

March 11, 2021

March 10, 2021

March 8, 2021

DENS to Drop Tamed Tongues, a New Version of Taming Tongues

Beloved indie rock/post-hardcore band, DENS, return with a completely new and reworked version of their 2020 album titled “Tamed Tongues”. The album will featured all reworked versions of the songs found on “Taming Tongues” but incorporating a more toned down, acoustic, Americana like vibe. The band dropped a new music video for the lead off track, “To”, that you can watch below.… Continued →

March 7, 2021

New Releases: March 5, 2021

Rock & Metal Pop & CCM Continued →

March 6, 2021

Furnace Fest 2021

In a stunning change of events, Furnace Fest WILL return this year and in that fall slow they rescheduled to last year. You definitely don’t want to miss this one time opportunity to catch some of the biggest bands of the music scene along with some reunions and other one off shows.… Continued →

Radical Radical - Misfit Toys (Featuring Adam Lohrbach of Home Grown)

Adam Lohrbach of the classic Southern California based pop-punk band Home Grown, has just launched his brand new song titled “Misfit Toys” under the band name Radical Radical. Check out this nostalgia drenched and super fun new song below. This is a song perfect for those summer drives of 2021 and one that helps usher in some much needed positivity in a time of great uncertainty.… Continued →

March 5, 2021

Song of the Day: 4•4•1 - Show Me

4•4•1 burst onto the SoCal new wave scene in 1984, releasing their debut album on Royal Commandment Records (soon to be re-named Blue Collar Records). The band formed in 1983 in Los Angeles County, diligently rehearsing in the garage of bassist/keyboardist Glenn Holland’s parents. They recorded a 4-song demo and subsequently sent out copies to area youth pastors.… Continued →

March 3, 2021

March 2, 2021

Light The Way Will Demolish 2021 With Their Infectious Pop-Punk Energy

Light The Way will return this year with quite possibly, THE BEST pop-punk album in years. The band known for their high energy, spirit-filled, unique sound is quite remarkable in a scene with run of the mill relationship driven songs and profanity laden banter. The band seek to change things up by connecting with audiences in a deeply emotional, honest, and spiritual way.… Continued →

March 1, 2021

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February 26, 2021

Song of the Day: The Walk - Vessels of Noble Worth

Welcome to what is probably the most underrated album in Christian alternative music history. The problem is largely that it just wasn’t heard by enough people. This Pennsylvania band comprised one third of the ‘holy trinity’ of Christian jangle pop, rounded out by Virginia’s The Throes and Minnesota’s The Swoon (coincidentally all band names beginning with the definite article).… Continued →

February 21, 2021