Tag: Rapcore

December 19, 2020

Song of the Day: Broken - Beautiful

Here’s another obscure band for ya! Broken released one LP on Mercy Street Records which had a small yet diverse array of artists: Real (Nu metal), Popcorn (rap), one of Seventh Day Slumber’s early releases & Salt (Southern rock). Broken has a hard hitting heavy rapcore/nu-metal sound. They released 3 songs to indie Christian rock/loud radio: Beautiful, Stand & Cage.… Continued →

June 12, 2020

May 18, 2020

Song of the Day: Vagabond12-Crystal Clear

Vagabond12 was a brief rap rock band which reminds this listener of Broken Yoke and NOT the heavier rapcore music made known by bands such as EDL or Jack Of All Trades. They seem to have only released a two song single before fading into obscurity. But the 2 songs are very radio friendly with rapped vocal hooks laden within acoustic guitars.… Continued →

May 13, 2020

Song of the Day: Whitman’s Mold-Kingdom

WM was a brief rapcore band reminiscent of American Made. Hailing from my old stomping grounds in South Carolina, I first heard of them on a Christian indie rock show. Their 1999 LP was released on DTS after they released their first demo in 1998 on cassette. DTS comprised an eclectic artist list ranging from Paul Noel Stookey to .hopesfall!… Continued →

August 19, 2017

November 21, 2016

November 7, 2016

Every Day Life (EDL) Reunite for Shows in 2017

The now classic numetal/rapcore band, Every Day Life, have indeed reunited as evidenced on their new Facebook page. The band recently hosted a Q&A session on Facebook and have plans for a special podcast through their former label home “Frontline/Alarma Records”. Every Day Life have plans for some explosive reunion shows in Orange County/So Cal, Ohio, and a few other spots in 2017.… Continued →

September 20, 2014

REVIEW : Disciple - Attack

Veteran hard rockers Disciple return with their newest album, "Attack." Functionally their first independent album since "Back Again," and bringing a sound that combines that album with their later works, "Attack" is an assault from start to finish. But, does this album live up to its massively successful kickstarter campaign? Read on to find out.

August 24, 2014

REVIEW : Thousand Foot Krutch - Oxygen: Inhale

Thousand Foot Krutch follow their career defining "The End is Where We Begin" with a more somber offering in "Oxygen: Inhale." A spiritual successor to "The Art of Breaking," TFK fans are in for a ride with this incredibly faith affirming album. But, will the more somber tone alienate those who were drawn in by their more raucous recent offering? Read on to find out more.

December 22, 2013

July 8, 2012

REVIEW : P.O.D. - Murdered Love

Powerhouse rock group P.O.D. returns with a vengeance in "Murdered Love," but is this a return to form for the band or simply a rehash of previous glory? Read on to find out.