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Monday, January 27, 2014

Nine Lashes - From Water to War 2014 English Christian Album Download

Nine Lashes - From Water to War 2014 English Christian Album Download
From Water to War is the latest Christian Metal hard rock album released by American Christian Metal band, Nine Lashes. This album was released on January 21, 2014 produced by Jason Rauch and Aaron Sprinkle and released under the label, Tooth and Nail Records.

Album Details ::

Album :: From Water to War

Artist :: Nine Lashes

Release Date :: January 21, 2014

Genre :: Hard Rock, Christian Metal

Label :: Tooth & Nail Records

Hometown :: Birmingham, Alabama, USA


Nine Lashes - From Water to War 2014 Biography and History
History ::
The track "Break the World" was released as a single on October 29, 2013. It peaked #1 on BDSradio.com's Christian Rock National Airplay chart on January 15, 2014. Also, "Surrender" was released on Tooth and Nail's YouTube channel a month before the album was set to release. Nine Lashes also posted an exclusive stream on RadioU of the entire album about a week before the release date, because the band "couldn't wait any longer." (from official Facebook page, Jan 16, 2014).

At CCM Magazine, Andy Argyrakis rated it four stars, calling it "compelling" that expands "upon its alternative rock experimentation with electronic enhancement, the groups songwriting captures intense spiritual growth, sure to resonate with anyone seeking authenticity." Mary Nikkel of New Release Tuesday rated it likewise, noting how "The interplay between searing guitar work and chilling electronic influences make this an album to remember". At Jesus Freak Hideout, Michael Weaver rated it four stars, stating that "Nine Lashes have crafted something very interesting this time around." David Craft also of Jesus Freak Hideout rated it four stars, writing that it is a "strong album."

Nine Lashes - From Water to War 2014 live from kansas city
Tracklisting ::

01. Never Back Down
02. Break the World
03. Where I Belong
04. Lights We Burn
05. Surrender
06. You Are the Light
07. In the Dark
08. Light It Up
09. Love Me Now
10. Cover Your Own

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Monday, June 24, 2013

August Burns Red - Rescue & Restore 2013 English Christian Album Download

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Rescue & Restore is the latest Christian Metalcore album released by American Christian Metalcore band, August Burns Red. This album was released on June 25, 2013 and released under the label, Solid State Records.

Album Details ::

Album :: Rescue & Restore

Artist :: August Burns Red


Release Date ::
June 25, 2013

Genre :: Metalcore


Label :: Solid State Records

Location :: Pennsylvania, USA


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History ::
Guitarist JB Brubaker stated that their new album will "...push the boundaries of our genre more than we ever have before. We set out to write a record where every song stands out from the last. There is a lot of ground covered here and a ton of meat to this album. It's full of odd metered rhythms and breakdowns, unexpected twists and turns, and some of our most technical riffing to date. Each of us have parts that make our heads spin and we have had to practice like crazy to get some of this stuff together. I know we always say this, but this will be our most ambitious album yet."

On February 12, 2013 the band announced that they would be back in the studio next week to commence recording on their new album. Carson Slovak (Century) and Grant McFarland (former This or the Apocalypse drummer) will again be overseeing the production of the album.
Promotion

On May 5, they announced that the album, Rescue & Restore is set to release June 25, 2013. They released the first song off of the album called "Fault Line" on May 14 on their Facebook page. On June 4, the album became available for pre-order on iTunes. The pre-order also comes with a free download of the first single "Spirit Breaker".

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Band Members :: 
* Jake Luhrs – Vocals
* Brent Rambler - Guitar
* JB Brubaker – Guitar
* Dustin Davidson – Bass, Guitar, Vocals
* Matt Greiner – Drums, Percussion
* Jason Suecof – Percussion, Guitar


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Tracklisting ::
01. Provision
02. Treatment
03. Spirit Breaker
04. Count It All As Lost
05. Sincerity
06. Creative Captivity
07. Fault Line
08. Beauty In Tragedy
09. Animals
10. Echoes
11. The First Step


August Burns Red "Fault Line" Lyric Video

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Hope for the Dying - Aletheia 2013 English Christian Album Download

Hope for the Dying - Aletheia 2013 English Christian Album Download
Aletheia is the latest Christian Hard rock album released by American Christian Progressive Shred Metal band, Hope For The Dying also known as HFTD. This album was released on 19, March 2013 and released under the label Facedown Records.

Album Details::

Album :: Aletheia

Artist :: Hope for the Dying


Release Date ::
March 19, 2013

Genre :: Metal/ Progressive, Hardrock


Label ::Facedown Records


Location ::Jonesboro, Illinois, USA.


Hope for the Dying - Aletheia 2013 Biography and History
Biography:: 
Hope for the Dying also known as HFTD is an American Christian Metal band from Jonesboro, Illinois. The band formed in 2006 and released their first album (a self-titled EP) in April 2008, the album was later repackaged and released with Strike First Records on November 25, 2008.

Hope for the Dying formed in November 2006 with sights set on bringing something different to the table. Tiring of the typical simplistic music that has manifested itself in the heavy music culture, Hope for the Dying brings new meaning to the idea of 'guitar-driven metal.' By blending the musical virtuosity of old school shred-metal pioneers like Iron Maiden and Metallica with the modern edge of today's progressive heavy-hitters like Between the Buried and Me and The Human Abstract, Hope for the Dying is developing a signature sound that is as technically proficient as it is fresh and unique.

In 2008, Hope for the Dying was featured in HM Magazine's 'Pick-of-the-Litter' section and subsequently inked a deal with the newly resurrected Strike First Records (a division of Facedown Records) and released their debut self-titled full length on November 25 of that year. In the two years following the release of their debut, Hope for the Dying matured in both their music and their line-up. As 2010 comes to a close, the band is stronger and more driven than ever before, and on December 1, revealed that they will be releasing a new album in mid-April 2011 on Facedown Records.

The band is currently writing and recording tracks for the highly anticipated follow-up, and is very excited about the direction in which the music is moving. "This is definitely the most ambitious music we've written to date," says guitarist James Houseman. "When we were writing for the last album, the process was so spread out, and then at the end we were just rushing to finish up a couple more songs, I think we felt like the album kind of suffered a little bit and didn't have the 'flow' that we would have liked." With the new album, HFTD has deliberately set aside an essentially uninterrupted block of time to focus on writing in hopes that their next release will have more continuity and consistency from track to track. "This is by far the most complex music we've ever made. We're trying lots of new things and so far we couldn't be more excited about how things have been going, " - guitarist Jack Daniels.

The as-yet-untitled project will be mixed by Brian Hood of 456 Recordings (A Plea for Purging, Before There Was Rosalyn) in Huntsville, AL, in early February 2011. "Working with Brian has been awesome so far, he's been really helpful to us in getting things prepared and making sure we come out with the best product possible" says Daniels. "We're thrilled with what he brings to the table and can't wait to work with him more as we get closer to wrapping this thing up!"

In the mean time, Hope for the Dying will be returning to the tour circuit in early 2011 with plans for coast-to-coast tours in both headlining and support roles.

Hope for the Dying - Aletheia 2013 Band members
Band Members :: 

Current members :

* Josh Ditto - Lead Vocals, Keyboards (2006–present)
* James Houseman - Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals (2006–present)
* Jack Daniels - Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals (2006–present)
* Brendan Hengle - Drums (May 2010–present)

Former members :

* Jacob Capps - Bass (2008–2009)
* Brice Voyles - Drums (2006–2009)
* Jesse Fleming - Drums (2009–2010)
* James Red Cloud - Bass (2006–2007, 2008)
* Zach Gowen - Bass (2008)
* Ryan Dillon - Bass (September 2009 - March 2010)
* E.J. Sugars - Drums (January–March 2010)
* Chris Owens - Bass (May 2010–September 2010)

Hope for the Dying - Aletheia 2013 during rehearsal time

Tracklisting :: 

01. Acceptance    
02. Reformation    
03. Iniquitous    
04. In Isolation    
05. Through a Nightmare, Darkly    
06. The Lost    
07. Visions    
08. Serenity    
09. Open the Sky 


Hope for the Dying - Aletheia album preview youtube video

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Blessed By A Broken Heart - Feel The Power 2012 English Christian Album Download

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Feel The Power is the latest Canadian Christian Rock Metal album released by Canadian Post Hardcore and Glam Metal band, Blessed By A Broken Heart stylized as BBABH. This album was released on January 24th, 2012 and released under the label Tooth & Nail Records.


Album Details ::

Album :: Feel The Power

Artist :: Blessed By A Broken Heart

Release Date :: January 24, 2012

Genre :: Rock, Metal

Label :: Tooth & Nail Records

Location :: Montreal, Canada



Blessed By A Broken Heart - Feel The Power 2012 biography and historyBlessed By A Broken Heart - Feel The Power 2012 biography and history
Biography ::
Change can be a great thing, but it doesn’t always happen overnight. For some bands, the process can take the better part of a decade, between locking in the right lineup, finding the ideal sound and forging a unified creative vision. After eight years as a band, heavy metal trailblazers Blessed By A Broken Heart are finally there, and are embracing the changes as yet another chapter in their alre...ady distinguished career. And the best is yet to come.

After spending the last three years writing their third full-length release, Blessed are ready to get loud and make some noise, featuring new members, a retooled aesthetic and a sharply honed focus on monster hooks, sure to have fans everywhere banging their heads and hoisting lighters and phones high up into the air. One thing is clear: Blessed have come to bring the rock.


“We've been writing this record for the last three years, kind of like a Def Leppard thing. You can't rush greatness,” says drummer Slater. “We've grown—We're still a fun, carefree band with songs about partying and having a good time and everything rock 'n' roll's all about—but we've got some songs that are more serious, and a little more personal. We've all grown as musicians, too; it's more technical and a lot more melodic, yet still heavy.”


Blessed By A Broken Heart began in 2003 in Montreal, Canada after being founded by bassist Tyler Hoare, and the band issued its first recording—All Is Fair In Love And War—just a year later, in 2004. Early tours included a notable run with punk-core sensations A Day To Remember, who were on the road for the first time. Blessed continued to evolve over the years, with guitarist Shred Sean joining the ranks in 2005 and vocalist Tony Gambino signing on in 2007, leading to the band’s 2008 release, Pedal To The Metal, on Century Media Records. In those five years since their inception Blessed toured incessantly, including playing jam-packed houses in the U.S., U.K., Japan mainland Europe and Australia, performing alongside bands such as Judas Priest, Bring Me The Horizon, Steel Panther, Megadeth and Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster. In 2009 Blessed parted ways with Century Media Records, paving the way for their current collaboration with Tooth & Nail Records.


Over the course of the last eight years, Blessed has experienced a near constant evolution, including various lineup changes, and a stylistic progression away from pure metalcore in favor of more traditional metal and hard rock. One listen to the new album and it’s apparent that Blessed are no longer the same band that recorded All Is Fair, and if you ask the members, that’s their saving grace. Staying ahead of the curve and distancing themselves from the pack is the key to longevity, and the reason the new album will resonate with even the most veteran headbangers.


“We've definitely matured as a band. We really wrote this album collectively, and it just naturally had this progression of where we all wanted to go,” says vocalist Tony Gambino. “It naturally went in this direction. I think all of us are over the hardcore/metalcore stuff; we were one of the first bands that were successful doing that back in 2003. Now, there are millions of bands trying to be like that, and we want nothing to do with it. We're not in this to follow the trends—we're in it to do what we love.”

And indeed, this latest record is not your typical modern metal album, by any stretch. Between its anthemic choruses, rich keyboards and scorching guitar licks, the album evokes the feel of a classic ’80s metal album a la Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses, yet moves beyond sheer nostalgia into true creative territory. Blessed are quick to point out that the genre is something the band eats, sleeps and breathes, and this time around they’re playing for keeps, channeling their passion into a serious, yet still fun, compendium of songs that keep the hair metal torch burning, sans irony, here in 2011.


“The whole band is still obsessed with the ’80s, and that's bled into our lifestyles. It's not just when we're on tour: We all kind of dress ’80s; we still have mullets. It's become part of our lives,” says Gambino. “On the last album, we used more of the cheesy side of the ’80s, and this album we used a little more of the mature side. It's a little less fluff, a lot less cheese, a little more serious. We’ve kind of gone a little more classic metal and heavy rock ‘n’ roll. It's real organic how it all came together.”

Another stylistic departure was made with the band’s choice of producer. Instead of tapping the usual suspects for a metal record, Blessed opted to work with pop-punk/rock veteran James Paul Wisner (Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory, Paramore) at his South Florida HQ. It proved to be a sound move, between Wisner’s skills at enhancing Blessed’s melodic leanings and his abilities as an engineer, which resulted in what’s arguably the band’s best sounding recording to date.


“We scoped out a lot of producers, but because this record was a lot more commercial-savvy, we wanted to go with someone who wasn't just some metal guy,” says Slater. “We wanted to go with someone who had a touch with good songwriting, good substance to songs, and someone who has a good background working with people who have written really catchy songs. More than just producing, he brought his engineering skills, too, and he can get a really good, clean sound. I think that was the best thing he brought to the table: being able to take our style and make it sound sonically in the right place.”


Beyond just the authenticity of its tone, Blessed’s latest effort tracks pulse with a prevalent heartbeat that stems from the songs being a true labor of love; writing them was very much a hands-on process that the band spearheaded through their own initiative. Over the last few years, Blessed have been writing literally everywhere, using Slater’s mobile recording rig, known as “The Cave,” to document the sessions. Besides the obvious productivity advantage of such a setup, the fact that FEEL THE POWER was written in a variety of locations adds to the album’s diversity, taking on different tones and feels based on the environment where inspiration first struck. 


“Wherever I'm at we'll set up this little recording rig and write, and over the last three years, we've been in so many different places. It's kind of funny, because songs were written in different parts of the world, and those songs all have different vibes,” explains Slater. “The Seattle songs are darker, thanks to all the rain. [laughs] The New York ones are the hardest rocking. The Florida ones are all about partying on the beach.”


On the new album Blessed have also continued their topical discussions of faith and spirituality, combined with the reality of everyday life and touring, but have taken a personal, inordinately subtle approach to such themes, which is a rarity these days, when in contrast so many bands are aggressively spreading the word. “We just wrote what we were feeling at the time. We're not one of those bands to try to shove our views down people's throats,” explains Slater. “We just want to sing about what's on our mind, whether it's love or a relationship with a girl, or our faith, or partying all night on the beach. We do it all. We're not some church kids who are trying to pose to be a heavy rock band.”


So after three long years that saw significant lineup changes, vast musical growth and countless road miles, Blessed are finally armed with a bold new record, and are ready to bring their unique brand of metal to the masses; the only question is whether the world is ready. Rocking ultra-hard amid a scene that’s become reliant on copycats, clichés and trends, the Blessed are taking the genre back to its roots, and doing everything in their power to destroy stereo speakers across the globe.


“The whole vibe of this record is to forget all the bull crap; no matter what the song's about, simply FEEL THE POWER,” says Gambino. “There's so much watered down music in the scene, and we're kind of just trying to bring back the real roots of rock ‘n’ roll. At the end of the day, we're trying to rock as hard as possible.”

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Band Members ::
  • Tony Gambino – Vocals
  • Shred Sean – Guitar
  • Tyler Hoare – Bass
  • Slater – Drums
  • Sam Ryder – Guitar

Blessed By A Broken Heart - Feel The Power 2012 English Christian Metal Album Tracklisting and lyricsBlessed By A Broken Heart - Feel The Power 2012 English Christian Metal Album Tracklisting and lyrics
Tracklisting ::

01. Deathwish
02. Shut Up and Rock
03. Love Nightmare
04. Forever
05. Thunder Dome
06. Holdin' Back Nothin'
07. I've Got You
08. Rockin' All Night
09. Scream It Like You Mean It
10. Skate or Die
11. Innocent Blood
12. Sleepless Nights
13. Champion (Japan Bonus Track)
14. Shred The Dead (Japan Bonus Track)
15. Unleash The Fury (Japan Bonus Track)



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