Tag: bad christian
May 31, 2019
November 16, 2018
It has been announced that Matt Carter (on behalf of Tooth & Nail Records) has re-launched the “Labeled Podcast”. Matt Carter is a member of Emery as well as Matt & Toby plus a founding member of Bad Christian. He is working to bring these stories of past and current Tooth & Nail bands to life through the podcast platform and this time for fans, there are incentives. That’s right, the Podcast now has a Patreon campaign where fans can actively be a part of the podcast creation and process.… Continued →
November 9, 2018
(Actual album cover in review. Edited Cover provided by our friends at JesusFreakHideout ) The southern emo/screamo/rock/alternative/however you decide to classify them boys have returned after three years from their last full length release. You’ve read the controversy, you’ve seen it, and so what is there to say about this album? Well, a lot. “Is This The Real Life” sets the general tone of Eve; and that is mellow and thoughtful. The lyrics of the song at first seem to be rather ambiguous in form of stream-thought.… Continued →
May 1, 2017
It’s been nearly five years since mainstay rockers, The Classic Crime has put out new material. For avid fans of the band, it was an interminable wait. We can rejoice because the hiatus is over and we have a new album from one of the few remaining bands from the pop/rock, Tooth & Nail era. So the question lingers in the air – was the wait worth it? Here’s why it’s a frustrating “no.” After a forty second intro track, How To Be Human kicks off with their first and for obvious reasons, controversial single.… Continued →
November 16, 2016
Last summer, Bad Christian released a compilation album focused on electronic artists. Like most compilations, it proved to be a mixed bag – however, it was specifically aimed at getting exposure to a number of lesser-known artists. Summer Sleep happened to be Black Pages’ submission to the compilation and is also the first track off his 2015 EP Where It Gets You. Black Pages, the solo project of James McCurley of Vertica, is an ambitious singer-songwriter experience that is fairly unique – it’s neither folky nor relies too much on backing tracks.… Continued →
May 22, 2015
While there will always be those people who refuse to move on with Emery and hang on to their more vintage stylings, I believe that “You Were Never Alone” is the most robust and fully rounded album the band have offered to date
May 7, 2015
Abandon Kansas are back with their second full length album, 'Alligator' on Bad Christian Music. 'Alligator' offers a sundry cornucopia of lush musicianship and emotions. I think there’s truly something for everyone and every mood on this record.
December 18, 2014
Spoiler alert: This album is good. Very good. Like, really really good.
May 5, 2014
Bad Christian's own King's Kaleidoscope touched base with us this week about their partnership with Bad Christian, their new album, and what makes them tick. Check out our conversation, here.