Michael Gungor's musical creativity and passion for worship are on full display with Beautiful Things, a 13-song set of refreshing original compositions. Featuring a guest appearance from Israel Houghton, Gungor breezes through alternative worship styles on tracks like "Dry Bones," "Please Be My Strength," "People of God," and others.
Thousand Foot Krutch follow the critically-acclaimed Welcome To The Masquerade album with their first independent release. The End Is Where We Begin takes the group's trademark sound to new levels with a fifteen track set of fist-pumping rapcore and hook-heavy hard rock. Includes "Light Up the Sky," "Be Somebody," "All I Need to Know," and more.
Hailed as their most diverse album, this re-defines their "Switchfoot sound" with new musical boundaries. Featuring More Than Fine, Ammunition and This is Your Life, THE BEAUTIFUL LETDOWN is sure to touch your life where you are.
In the words of Jon Foreman, the voice and guitar player of Switchfoot, "THE BEAUTIFUL LETDOWN is about real life: the good, the bad, and the ugly. It's an honest attempt to reflect on the great and terrible aspects of being human, the tension of existence. A lot of people run away from this tension because the problems in our world are too hard to face. But the tension of being human is where we live and think and breathe. In fact, the very lowest moments in our lives are ... more
The Canadian hard rock heroes take off their masks and showcase the truth in this set of fist-pumping originals and #1 singles - plus bonus tracks and fan photos! Includes "Fire It Up," "Bring Me to Life," "E for Extinction," "Watching Over Me," "Look Away," "Forward Motion," "Outta Control," "Smack Down," "Already Home," "Take It Out of Me"and the title track.
In the last few years, Robbie Seay Band has built a name for being one of the smartest and most uncompromising new bands in Christian music. The band's debut album, Better Days, earned the trio a solid college following not just because of Seay's enigmatic melodies and gritty vocals but also because of his challenging perspective on justice, faith and hope.
With its balance of modern worship and folk-pop, Robbie Seay Band has made fans of influential people including David Crowder and author Donald Miller (Blue Like Jazz). Compared to Better Days, Give Yourself Away is bigger in regard to its songs and its message.
There's something so incendiary about a solid metal show that pulls an audience in, one by one. With a wailing lead guitar combined with throaty growls and an explosion of moshing onlookers, metal allures the masses to join, and then doesn¹t let go. It¹s no wonder then that Indiana-born Haste the Day have charmed audiences with that same flurry of their musical onslaught.