Family Force 5 is positioned to move to the next level with the release of Dance Or Die. This has been a story of artist development that has been rooted in the modern day fundementals of great songs, non-stop touring and a commitment to the bands deeply held beliefs.
Kevin Max's second release since the dc talk schism features a modern rock & brit-pop inspired sound on 12 new songs. The Imposter includes straightforward messages of faith & trust in God on "Your Beautiful Mind," "Sanctuary," "Fade to Red," and others.
The Face of Love contains hard-hitting songs portraying universal themes of love, brokenness and the sometimes elusive sense of God's presence. Inspired by real-life heartache and rediscovered joy, the emotions behind each track are vulnerable and undisguised, making this album the band's most accessible project. Further, Sanctus Real members Matt Hammitt (lead vocals), Mark Graalman (drums), Chris Rohman (guitars) welcome newest addition Dan Gartley (bass), a protégé of producer Mark Townsend. Gartley replaces former bassist Steve Goodrum.
mewithoutYou's third release is a brash collection of crashing post-punk and new wave rockers with sharp guitars and passionate vocals. Includes "Yellow Spider," "The Sun and the Moon," "In a Sweater, Poorly Knit," and more.
The Chariot are no longer the new kids on the block. What began, in the minds of most of the hardcore and metal underground, as the highly buzzed about reemergence of original Norma Jean singer Josh Scogin has since become a behemoth of its own distinction. Two years of touring behind the raw, unhinged and powerful bombast off Everything is Alive, Everything is Breathing, Nothing is Dead, Nothing is Bleeding and the follow-up EP, Unsung, have cemented the Southern quartet's place in the modern metal landscape.
The debut release from edgy emo rockers mewithoutYou kicks off their career with a sharp collection of intense, passionate modern rock anthems including "Nice and Blue," Silencer," "The Cure for Pain," and more.