HolyName Could Be The Biggest and Most Important Music Act of Our Time

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What seemingly began as a solo project of sorts for Tommy Green of Sleeping Giant, HolyName is likely to become one of our music scene’s most important and dare I say, “influential”, acts in a long time. The music hits you in all the right spots, digging deep into the most hardened of hearts. The emotions swelling up between heavy, chugging guitars, thundering drum beats, and soft, soothing vocals building into this sort of adrenaline fueled, aggressive, and violent (sounding) worship music that you’ll never hear at a Church on Sunday morning. Likeable as they seem, the mystery runs deep and I truly believe that HolyName will develop into a music act like none other. The past, the present, and the future of heavy, spirit filled music, culminates right here in the sounds of HolyName. Oh and I hear a certain Christian heavy music based Record Label have begun working with them. Well, now you know the basis for this post and the reason my excitement is building, building….

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Mark K
Mark K
June 10, 2021 5:48 pm

I get what you mean Brandon! The songs so far are great. I really miss the sheer boldness of Sleeping Giant. There truly is a worshipful atmosphere to the music here, even more so than SG. I’ve been ministered to by Sleeping Giant more than any other heavy band and always appreciated the challenging lyrics. I’ll expect the same here.

Date mike
Date mike
June 10, 2021 11:55 am

They’re listed as a facedown recording on Amazon music. Good stuff too.

Stephen Young
June 12, 2021 1:35 pm

Does anybody know why he didn’t just continue on with sleeping giant?

Christian Music Releases
June 10, 2021 7:14 pm

Rockin’ out to them on YouTube right now!

Is this like Sleeping Giant 2?

Last edited 2 years ago by Christian Music Releases
David Marshall
June 15, 2021 8:02 pm

Randomly came across them on Spotify the other day. Definitely dig it. Had a feeling it had to do with Tommy, not sure why, then bam. Made sense.

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