Tag: rock

January 19, 2019

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January 6, 2019

Best of 2018: Rob Jensen

2018 had a number of great albums, all of which I couldn’t list here, but after careful consideration, these are my top 20, none of which are listed lightly. See which ones you’d have picked out and maybe find some new music to check out. Continued →

December 26, 2018

Letter Kills Teasing Return?

Letter Kills just might be teasing a comeback. It’s a little soon to speculate what it could mean; a one-off reunion show? An new album? I recommend finding the band on their social networks like Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with whatever is going on, because there certainly appears to be activity of some kind going on. Continued →

Introducing: Census

Jessieville, Arkansas is about the last place on earth I’d expect to discover a new artist. I’ve been there, the entire town is comprised of a high school, a post office, and a burger shack. Yet much to my surprise that’s exactly where the progressive rock band Census comes from. Continued →

December 21, 2018

Names Without Numbers - Goodnight (Music Video)

Names Without Numbers have just posted their brand new music video for this rockin’ song “Goodnight” over on YouTube. Check out the really cool new music video below. You can purchase/stream the band’s two new singles “Goodnight” and “The Apathy Anthem” at your favorite digital networks NOW! The band plans to work on their new full length soon with a release in 2019. If you like what you hear then keep on requesting “The Apathy Anthem” on your favorite radio stations (and add it to your playlists on Spotify).

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December 17, 2018

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November 28, 2018

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November 25, 2018

REVIEW : Review: P.O.D. - Circles

P.O.D. has long been a favorite of mine, and likely the first Christian band I ever listened to. Their successes have made them a staple among hard rock fans in both Christian and secular markets, and despite a less popular album here or there, or even less interest in the hard rock genre in general, the band’s fanbase have continued to remain loyal to the band, a fact easily evidenced by the band’s live shows and the online response to all the latest news, especially where new music is concerned. Continued →

November 22, 2018

November 17, 2018

November 15, 2018

November 9, 2018

REVIEW : Emery - Eve

(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? Continued →

November 8, 2018

November 5, 2018

Spoken Get to Work on Album #10, to Release in 2019

Matt Baird and Spoken have begun work on album #10 which will see a release in 2019. This is a not only a monumental accomplishment but also reflects the longevity of a music project that has transcended music scenes and style shifts over the years. Matt will be auditioning Guitar, Bass, Drums for 2019 tours, so make sure to message them on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram if you have what it takes. Bring back Jef! jk

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October 28, 2018

October 26, 2018

October 25, 2018

Slow Coming Day Reunite for New Ep

That indie/emo band known as “Slow Coming Day” have reunited and will release a new 5 song ep in 2019. The band recently released a new song which you can check out on digital networks and a another song “All Things New” that was on “Family & Friends Sampler 3” which I put out a few months ago. This highly underrated band will seek to win over hearts worldwide with their catchy brand of melodic songwriting and emotion drenched songs. Go listen to “Farewell To The Familiar” on digital networks and the “A Part of Me Died Ep” on bandcamp here to get prepared. Check out a video of the band performing at Joshua Fest this past summer, below.

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October 22, 2018

Collington - Trouble (Official Music Video)

A really impressive new group by the name of Collington has just released a music video for the song “Trouble”. If you haven’t heard Collington before then drop what you’re doing right now and give this song a listen. Recommended for fans of Band of Horses, Hozier, Switchfoot, The Fray, and Damien Jurado. It’s an eclectic mix of artists just like the music of Collington. Debut album “In Between”, out now!

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October 19, 2018

October 18, 2018