Tag: Atlantic Records

November 26, 2021

Song of the Day: Enemy Ships - Rock American Style

Welcome to the best band you’ve never heard of. Enemy Ships (FKA The Emergency, not to be confused with The Emergency, AKA Ten-33) was a sort of supergroup with members from Christian alternative heavyweights like Jason Martin (Starflyer 59, Bon Voyage, Neon Horse, etc.), Dirk Lemmenes (Stavesacre, Focused), Ryan Denne (Stavesacre), Travis Zimmerman (Jupiter James), and Frank Lenz (Fold Zandura, Frank Lenz, etc). The band recorded an album for mainstream Atlantic Records entitled The Emergencyin 2007, but sadly it was never released.… Continued →

July 27, 2019

REVIEW : Skillet - Victorious

I got my first taste of Skillet in the early 2000’s just after I came to know the Lord. I was drawn to their raw, gritty, heavy sound because, musically, I heard some similarities to Marilyn Manson, a band I’d been a tremendous fan of in my B.C. days. As the years went by, as is to be expected, the band’s sound changed a bit, mellowing here and there, adding string sections, adding electronic sounds (or at least making them a bit more prominent), having a much more produced sound, songs that are more radio friendly…the list goes on.… Continued →

July 18, 2019

Skillet Releases Music Video for "Legendary"

Skillet has release a music video for their single, “Legendary”, which will appear on the band’s upcoming release, “Victorious”, which is set to release August 2nd on Atlantic Records. This particular song is a very good representation of what you can expect from the new album with some tracks heavier, some as heavy, and others mellower. You take the average of all of the varied intensities/styles and you’d get this particular song. I’ll be posting a review on this album in the near future, so stay tuned for that, but after having heard it, I’m really looking forward to picking it up.… Continued →

November 27, 2018

REVIEW : Review: Fight the Fury - Still Breathing

Before I came to a place of faith in my life, I was really, REALLY into Marilyn Manson. Odd way to start this review? Maybe, but stick with me. When I finally did come to faith in Christ, I guess I really had little idea of the concept of Christian music and what it could sound like. Imagine my surprise then, to find a band like Skillet, who, at the time, bore a striking resemblance to Manson.… Continued →

April 11, 2018

REVIEW : Ledger - Ledger EP

When it was announced that Jen Ledger would be releasing her debut solo ep, it filled many with a sense of excitement, rivaled only by an insatiable curiosity as to what we could expect from it. Would it be hard rock, similar in nature to her band Skillet? Pop? Electronic? Rock? The answer is yes…yes, it is. The Ledger EP, which drops this Friday, is a fairly diverse offering that has a little something for everyone.… Continued →

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June 27, 2013

INTERVIEW : Skillet

John Cooper from Skillet and I chat about the new hit album "Rise," why Ben left, if they feel the need to always have female drummers now, and so much more.

June 26, 2013

REVIEW : We As Human - Self Titled

We as Human debut with their first full length album. Having been scouted by John Cooper of Skillet, many people have high expectations, but does the band live up to them?

June 23, 2013

REVIEW : Skillet - Rise

Skillet is back with a powerful new album that should make a huge splash in both Christian and Mainstream markets. But is this new effort worthy of the past decade of hits Skillet has produced? Read on to find out.

May 9, 2013

REVIEW : Needtobreathe - Cercas Blancas EP

Needtobreathe are readying to release their new album later on in 2013, but to hold out fans til then, here is their new EP Caercas Blancas, with lesser known songs like 'White Fences' and 'More Time', as well as a new demo called 'Happy If You Could'. Here is the review.

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