In the last few years, human trafficking has been a buzz-word of sorts within the Christian music industry. Nearly every artist seems to have ties to an organization committed to fighting this human travesty…
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From the opening strands, it’s clear that Majestic is not just an album; it’s an experience.
Just picked up this Kutless CD, since it was on sale at local Christian store. I didn’t realize how many of these songs I have been listening to on Air1 radio. Most all of them! Not a bad song on the CD, although some are better than others, of course. It was my best use of $5 bill this month.
The newsboys have been an amazing band for many years. With the addition of Michael Tait they have never sounded better. This is a vibrant worship CD that draws you in immediately and helps keep your focus on God. Highly recommended!
I am not a huge listener of worship music outside of church, but since I heard they would be the Dare2share artist this year, I decided to get more familiar with the band. I listened to this album and I can say I enjoyed it. The music seemed solid and the lyrics felt real, like something I could feel myself worshipping to. I do feel that the lead singer can be a bit awkward at times, distracting from the song itself. Even though a few songs are a bit long for my taste (only two are under four minutes), I
3.7.14 – With Finding Favour and Shine Bright Baby….
3.7.14 – From his new album….
3.7.14 – At this week’s ceremony….
Classic metal will never die and Stryper is both destined and determined to prove that point. Stryper is having a busy year in the studio. March of 2013 saw the release of Second Coming, a collection of re-recorded Stryper classics and a pair of new tracks. On November 5th the band releases their latest album through Frontier Records. No More Hell to
I bought this CD on preorder because of the two single releases of “Love at the End” and “Future Past” really excited me. I especially like the music video for Future Past and when I read the lyrics along with the music, I felt the Holy Spirit move in me to declare my dependence on the Lord God once again. I’ve listened to this album at least 4 or 5 times now.
How often have you wondered how a band creates the name for their latest release? Mouth Of The South has made that transparently clear on Transparency. Sorry for the poor pun, but the fact is that Mouth Of The South wants to spread the word of God through their music. LyricallyTransarency transcends the typical output of most metal bands by revealing their hearts with out
Ever wondered what’s happened to the punk music scene? To find the answer you need to head across the Atlantic to Manchester, England, to the roots of punk and the home ofAmbassadors of Shalom. Ambassadors of Shalom formed in 2012 after an acoustic gig at Stoke-On-Trent, UK and recently signed to the indie punk label,