Tag: A Hope for Home
August 28, 2022
August 25, 2022
A Hope for Home are back! After 10 years the band are returning and with a new album titled “Years Of Silicon” which is out in September! Yeah, coming up pretty quick. Once I hear these songs (any day now), I will plug them even harder. I know we are in for a real treat. Go fill your bellies with their past material as you await “Years of Silicon”. Welcome back.… Continued →
June 24, 2017
It has been years since A Hope for Home served us an album. I remember when “In Abstraction” dropped my freshman year of college. I got the email my preorder had shipped and it was the highlight of the week. Of course, that’s quickly approaching six years ago now. I’ve had plenty of time to listen to their discography and have actually found it to be their weakest album; on the same token, “Realis” is quite possibly one of my favorite albums ever and “The Everlasting Man”, despite its stylistic consistency, is also a pretty great album.… Continued →
December 2, 2011
Pick up A Hope For Home's new album In Abstraction December 6th!
March 25, 2010
You see below that A Hope for Home will be streaming their third album, Realis, tonight. For now here's a review for the soon-to-be fantastic release by an underrated band in their genre.
January 28, 2009
My interview with A Hope For Home - Check out their latest CD titled "The Everlasting Man"
January 21, 2009
Artist: A Hope For Home Album: The Everlasting Man Label: Strike First Records Reviewer: Stephen M 01. The Covenant (2:11) 02. Iniquity: An Offering (3:53) 03. Affliction: The Witness, The Advocate (4:31) 04. Infidelity: Kingdom’s End (3:15) 05. The Exile (2:33) 06. Babylon: The Insatiable Thirst (6:08) 07. Absolution: Of Flight And Failure (6:28) 08. Masada: The Spiral Staircase (6:13) 09. Restoration: The Return From Exile (6:50) 10. Redemption: A Grief Observed (5:27) 11. The Thousand Years (1:18) I had no idea what to expect with the newest CD from A Hope For Home entitled The Everlasting Man, but what I found surprised me.… Continued →